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Fuera de peligro lesionados por accidente aéreo en Los Roques

El coronel Luis Rosales Cuberos, secretario de Seguridad Ciudadana del Territorio Insular, informó que las personas 6 personas a bordo de la avioneta que se precipitó en el Archipiélago de Los Roques la mañana de este lunes están fuera de peligro y ya fueron dadas de alta. 82 more words

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Aereo Founder's New Startup Wants to Bring You Wi-Fi—And Cut Out the Providers - ISSIE LAPOWSKY: 01.27.16 1:41 PM

Because it wasn’t enough to piss off every major television broadcaster in America with his last company, Aereo, now Chet Kanojia is taking on the country’s biggest Internet providers with a new start-up called Starry. 310 more words

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Aereo Founder Now Wants To Offer Wireless Gigabit Broadband Service

While Aereo — the startup that offered online access to freely available over-the-air broadcast TV networks — may have been gutted by a 2014 Supreme Court ruling… 443 more words

Meet 'Starry,' a Radical New Internet Service From the Founder of Aereo

Everyone knew Chet Kanojia was up to something. Since the Supreme Court crushed his quest to use a streaming TV service called Aereo to disrupt the cable companies in 2014, Kanojia has plotting another big-time gambit. 918 more words

Tech

Aereo Founder to Unveil Wireless Internet Access Startup Dubbed Starry Next Week (Exclusive)

Project Decibel registered a trademark for “Starry” last fall. That trademark application covers “wireless and wired telecommunications and data networking hardware; network routers; wireless routers; wireless access points” as well as “providing access to the Internet; providing access to digital content; Internet access provider services,” amongst other things. 60 more words

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Aereo Founder to Unveil Wireless Internet Access Startup Dubbed Starry Next Week (Exclusive)

With Aereo, Chet Kanojia took on the broadcast industry — and lost spectacularly. Now, he is getting ready to go up against an equally formidable foe: Kanojia is about to unveil a new startup that could provide wireless internet access in major metropolitan areas across the U.S., and in turn directly compete with big incumbents like Comcast and Time Warner Cable. 654 more words

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