Monthly Archives: November 2014

E-learning on W Cape timetable – Independent Online

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REUTERSPlugged in: Thousands of teachers and students will soon have broadband internet access. Cape Town - Thousands of Western Cape teachers and pupils will soon have broadband internet access while smart classrooms will be rolled out to several schools. At a press conference on Thursday, Education MEC Debbie Schäfer said schools were central to the provincial government’s ...

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T-Mobile customers will get better info about mobile broadband speeds under … – Fierce Mobile Government

Federal regulators recently announced a deal with T-Mobile that would provide customers with more accurate information about their mobile broadband speeds, especially those whose speeds have been reduced after reaching the monthly data cap. The Federal Communications Commission said Nov. 24 that T-Mobile will fully implement the agreement within 60 days. "I'm grateful T-Mobile has worked with ...

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Colombia must assign more spectrum for wireless Internet, advisory body says – Fox News Latino

Colombia must assign more spectrum for wireless Internet services within the next eight years to ensure that enough capacity exists to meet growing demand, the National Spectrum Agency, or ANE, said. Speaking at the 4th International Spectrum Congress, a two-day event in Bogota that ends Wednesday, the director-general of that advisory body, Oscar Leon, warned of ...

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Wireless Companies Bid $34B in FCC Mobile Broadband Airwave Auction – ExecutiveGov

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The Federal Communications Commission has so far raised $34 billion in bids from wireless companies for 65 megahertz — or six blocks — of mobile broadband airwaves in the electromagnetic spectrum, Tthe New York Times reported Saturday. Edward Wyatt reports that $7 billion of the potential auction proceeds will go to the First Responder Network Authority — or FirstNet ...

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Third Consecutive Annual Decline in Mobile Broadband Modem Market in 2014 … – The Providence Journal

BOSTON, Nov. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Mobile broadband modems and hotspot router shipments fell 17% year-over-year in 2013 to nearly 87 million units and Strategy Analytics expects the modem market to decline yet further by another 24% by year-end 2014, while the market's value has halved since 2010, according to new market research from Strategy ...

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Oregon State Beavers improve wireless Internet at Reser Stadium – OregonLive.com

CORVALLIS — Oregon State announced a partnership with AT&T on Monday that should make it easier for Beavers fans to use cell phones on game days. AT&T has installed a new Distributed Antenna System (DAS) at Reser Stadium to expand its wireless Internet coverage. The DAS features multiple antennas strategically distributed throughout Reser. It should offer ...

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FCC Airwave Auction for Mobile Broadband Reaches $34 Billion – Headlines & Global News

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By Julie S julie.s@hngn.com | Nov 24, 2014 09:11 AM EST Some of the known bidders for the airwaves include AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile US and Dish Network, which are all looking to expand even if they own almost half of the spectrum. (Photo : Reuters) The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has received more than ...

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The Internet of Things Is Far Bigger Than Anyone Realizes – Wired

CardioMEMs sensors are implanted using minimally invasive techniques.

Little sensors, big impact: CardioMEMs sensors are implanted using minimally invasive techniques. intelfreepress/Flickr When people talk about “the next big thing,” they’re never thinking big enough. It’s not a lack of imagination; it’s a lack of observation. I’ve maintained that the future is always within sight, and you don’t need to imagine what’s already there. Case ...

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Wireless Internet services expands in county – Fond du Lac Reporter

Bug Tussel Wireless, LLC, has continued its expansion of Wireless Internet Services to Fond du Lac County as four more towers are now operational and ready for customers. The towers, located near Alto, Brandon, Rogersville and Van Dyne, join existing towers near the towns of Osceola, Oakfield, Ashford and Forest. Known in the industry for providing ...

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