Monthly Archives: October 2014

Wireless Companies Hold a Car Show to Protest Net Neutrality Rules – In The Capital

Image via CTIA - The Wireless Association The FCC's forthcoming net neutrality rules should not apply to wireless Internet in part because of how it could affect the emerging smart car market according to a group of major wireless companies. Executives from AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, Ericsson and other telecom companies explained their reasoning to FCC officials ...

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How the growth of free Wi-Fi is transforming life in Africa – The Next Web

South Africa Free WiFi 730x430 How the growth of free Wi Fi is transforming life in Africa

Ruckus Wireless is calling 2014 the “watershed year” for Wi-Fi, with the company predicting the number of hotspots across the world will increase to 5.8 million by next year, an increase of 350 per cent from the number in 2011. In Africa, the trend is towards providing citizens with free Wi-Fi in order to boost economic ...

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Park Inn by Radisson Cape Town Newlands inaugurated – Travel Wires (blog)

Park Inn by Radisson Cape Town Newlands

Park Inn is now open to receive guests as the official inauguration has just taken place. The location will feature in the updated Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group portfolio. The new Park Inn location offers 122 guest rooms. It is positioned at the foot of Table Mountain. “We are delighted to bring another flagship to Africa by opening ...

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Park Inn by Radisson Cape Town Newlands opens to guests – Breaking Travel News

Park Inn by Radisson Cape Town Newlands opens to guests

20 minutes ago The Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group has seen the opening of Park Inn by Radisson Cape Town Newlands. The hotel offers 122 superior guest rooms and lies at the foot of Table Mountain – a flat-topped mountain forming a prominent landmark overlooking the city of Cape Town. “We are delighted to bring another flagship to Africa ...

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FCC: You'll have to wait EVEN LONGER for faster wireless broadband – Register

The FCC confirmed today that it will delay its planned wireless broadband spectrum auction until at least 2016. The US watchdog blamed a court case for holding up efforts to sell TV frequencies to cell networks, which will then use the airwaves for faster and broader mobile data services. The FCC hoped to auction off the spectrum ...

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Keystone February Opening In Jeopardy – CapeNews.net

As Keystone Place, the new senior housing complex fronting the Cape Cod Canal behind the post office on Main Street in Buzzards Bay, nears completion, questions have arisen as to the complex’s compliance with the town’s affordable housing zoning regulations. Bourne Zoning Board of Appeals chairman Lee M. Berger sought a legal opinion from Bourne town ...

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5G: A New Frontier for Mobile Broadband Innovation – MarketWatch

BELLEVUE, WA, Oct 23, 2014 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- The debate around 5G continues as new mobile broadband developments emerge by the minute. It is not surprising that several theories and assumptions have been made on what requirements are needed for this new generation of mobile broadband technologies. Common questions on this hot topic typically ...

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Town Of Bourne: Keystone Not In Compliance – CapeNews.net

As Keystone Place, the new senior housing complex fronting the Cape Cod Canal behind the post office on Main Street in Buzzards Bay, nears completion, questions have arisen as to the complex’s compliance with the town’s affordable housing zoning regulations. Bourne Zoning Board of Appeals chairman Lee M. Berger sought a legal opinion from Bourne town ...

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