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Bulgaria 's economy has jumped five spots up in the World Economic Forum's competitiveness ranking (current edition 2013-2014) and is now placed 57th out of 148 countries included...Significant factors for the country's improvement in terms of
With the NBN rollout behind schedule, private operators have seized the opportunity to cherry-pick some of Australia's most lucrative fast internet installations, installing fast internet to thousands of inner-city apartment dwellers.
N.C. (AP) President Barack Obama says he wants 99 percent of American students connected to super-fast Internet within five years. He's directing federal regulators to use an existing program to equip schools with broadband Internet. Obama says the
Ignite partnership is the growing Lake Nona community, where a "Medical City" complex of two hospitals, a medical school and several research facilities is taking shape and where a hub of medical research teams already are utilizing the site's high-
Commission warns against slow take up of ultra-fast Internet Published 04 April 2012 The European Commission renewed its warning against the moderate migration from copper to fibre in telecoms networks, as markets expect EU long-awaited guidelines on
Cable suppliers aim to cover half EU households Published 08 March 2012 The European cable industry aims to increase their coverage of high-speed internet connections to over half of EU households by 2020, in a move that would help meet the EU's
Next Inning readers leverage the insight you can only get from an industry insider. Next Inning editor Paul McWilliams was a tech industry executive for more than two decades. Not only does he know how things work from the inside and how to spot a
Digital Landing finds the best prices on both cable TV and Internet providers. Sept. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The days of flipping through volumes of encyclopedias to help your child with homework are long gone. Parents need to be connected online,
British scientists have devised a way of using graphene, the thinnest material in the world, to capture and convert more light than previously, paving the way for advances in high-speed Internet and other optical communications.
The smart guys get all the breaks.At Stanford, the faculty and staff even get next-generation-fast Internet at home...For now.On Wednesday a Google spokeswoman cautioned the Kansas City market that the introduction of fiber-optic