The National Football League (NFL) is cooking up a new way for you to watch its Thursday night games.
The NFL is holding talks with several technology companies to offer them streaming rights to “Thursday Night Football,” … 652 more words
Last year, when the FCC was preparing to vote on the new Open Internet Order (aka “net neutrality”) and its reclassification of broadband Internet as a vital utility, virtually the entire telecom and cable industry claimed this change would ruin investment and slow innovation. 3,635 more words
Recently while speaking at the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson told the attendees that AT&T’s DSL technology is obsolete. This is a rare admission of the truth from AT&T, which has been less than forthcoming over the years about its broadband business. 662 more words
I look around rural America and I see fiber projects being proposed or built in a lot of places by small companies. Some of these are new initiatives like the new RS Fiber Cooperative that is underway in Sibley and Renville counties in Minnesota. 674 more words
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — For rock fans, the Super Bowl came one day early. Metallica’s explosive, eclectic set at “The Night Before” by CBS Radio provided lucky attendees with as much excitement as any iconic Super Bowl showdown. 435 more words
BOARDMAN, Ohio (WYTV) – The “It Can Wait” campaign stopped in Boardman on Friday to illustrate the dangers of distracted driving.
Research from AT&T shows that motorists are doing more than just texting while driving. 137 more words