Tag Archives: Broadband

The End of PCs as We Know Them

I’m on a long plane ride to Phoenix. Outlook corrupted its .ost file so I can’t do email. I don’t want to see another Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock movie. My books are in the checked luggage. Time to listen … Continue reading

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The meaning of Web Services

 …is apparently going down the drain as the WSJ article below considers broadband access to be a “web service”. I guess Web services are the new “OO” or “Internet-based”. Link to HighContrast » Boeing Shuts Connexion: no more high-speed Internet … Continue reading

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Boeing Shuts Connexion: no more high-speed Internet access on planes

After investing over $1B and making less than $50M in revenues, Boeing has shut down its project for satellite-based high-speed Net access on planes. Boeing acknowledged in June that it was in talks with commercial-satellite operators and other potential suitors, … Continue reading

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WSJ.com – Cable Industry May Need to Spend Heavily on Broadband Upgrades

WSJ reports on a Cable Labs research that puts some extra pressure on cable companies. While the truth is likely somewhere in the middle, this is good news for startups such as our Narad Networks.  The report is inflaming some cable executives who insist … Continue reading

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