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danielboeswald / Flickr) Researchers at Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs have developed a way to send Internet traffic over phone lines at speeds reaching 10 Gbps that's 1,000 times faster than what the average American household currently gets.
ET DSL companies are lagging behind cable and fiber broadband providers when it comes to download speeds, according to a new report from the Federal Communications Commission. The agency released its fourth annual report on broadband speeds, which
Who doesn't think their Internet and cable bills are too high? For years now, I've been tracking the stories asking why we in the U.S. seem to be perennial sufferers of a certain chronic syndrome: Bills too high, Internet speed too slow...Compared to
The module is specifically designed to be integrated into host devices...This makes it a versatile and exceptionally compatible solution for data transfer...With a weight of 18 grams and compatibility with many other manufacturers' radio protocols it
August 2013 I've written several columns on the concept of building an "undernet" that operated totally outside the realm of the internet. Using lasers or RF technology, such an undernet would be comprised of many individual nodes that not only
I would like to get rid of the telephone line coming into my house. What options do we have, considering that we receive TV over-the-air, use a wireless router and an Apple TV device for Internet video and have DSL Internet service on our phone line?
I'm sure dial up modems pre broadband continued at least the mid or late naughties. I think the speed then was 14400 same as you could send a fax. That's why you could hardly browse, and there weren't all that many websites then. SDG61 , Windsor, 21/
For years, I have had poor signal and would loose connection to my Internet. My cable light would constantly blink even when I would unplug my cable wire from the cable modem. There were times when I thought it was because of bad storms. There
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In 1993, the Internet was in its infancy, so Mark Metz improvised with the technology of day, utilizing a few home computers and fax modems to distribute his calendaring idea to thousands of -area recipients as a single page fax. He soon improved