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Apple Insider: FCC says broadband-class connections must offer at least 25Mbps download speeds

(Apple Insider) The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has set the bold standard of 25 megabits per second (Mbps) as the minimum required to be considered “broadband” service in the United States of America. 164 more words

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CNET: Sorry, your broadband Internet technically isn't broadband anymore

(CNET) The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has re-defined “broadband” by upping the requisite connection speed from 4 Mbps (megabits per second), to 25 Mbps… 105 more words

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Economist 1/29/15

  1. Symphony, an Indian aircooler company does just one thing, and does it so well that it is not only the leading brand at home, but sells more than a f…
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CRTC report: Nine things to know about impeding changes to your TV, online or off

The television landscape has changed dramatically over the past decade, and Canada’s television regulator announced major changes Thursday to keep up with the times.

Who would have thought in 2005 — the year YouTube launched on Valentine’s Day — that a decade later so many Canucks would consume their entertainment online that it would upend the entire system? 1,315 more words


David Wins Against Goliath: CRTC Bolsters "Net Neutrality", Limits "Zero-Rating" & Strengthens Local TV

Today’s trilogy of CRTC decisions on “network neutrality”, local TV and simultaneous substitution are a huge win for Canadian citizens. They reinforce Canada’s network neutrality regime while backstopping local, over-the-air TV as a viable alternative to cable and satellite and as an important source of news and information. 2,007 more words


CRTC Actually Does Something Right By Slapping Bell & Videotron Over Their "Unlawful" Practices

Frequent readers of this blog will know that I an no fan of the CRTC. But today, I will actually say that they’ve done something right. 357 more words