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  • December 21, 2011 - Thousands Of Gifts Delivered Using Software - Route planning software has assisted missionaries in the U.K. in saving dozens of hours and increasing the efficiency of their gift deliveries to needy families.
  • December 13, 2011 - The Year In Review: 7 Online Threats We Endured - Technology and security services company Internet Identity has gathered and released what it says were the world's top threats to our online security in 2011, making us glad we updated our malware programs and changed our passwords.
  • November 28, 2011 - New iPhone App Provides Professional Audio Recording Without Equipment - Those who need a solution to lugging expensive recording equipment to various locations now have a convenient solution: the Pro Audio to Go app by Rev Up Transmedia. The app replaces traditional audio recording equipment with one-tap access to AIFF format recordings at 48KHz, which can then be sent instantly to an editing program or post-production location.
  • Home Security Becomes New Bundled Option From Internet Providers
    November 21, 2011
    - Several broadband providers have been quietly rolling out home security options in their bundled plans in various markets. This trend is expected to continue to expand. Read full story.
  • New Partnership Will Bring AT&T Wireless To Frontier
    Stamford Connecticut - November 15, 2011
    - A recent announcement will bring Frontier customers a much wider selection of wireless devices and services on one bill.Read full story.
  • Pricing Models for Broadband Users
    November 9, 2011
    - Learn about the debate on how consumes may end up paying for their usage. Broadband companies are attempting to discourage excessive bandwidth usage. Read full article.
  • November 7, 2011 - First Multi-Tenant Cloud Management Platform Announced For WISPs - A new way for wireless internet service providers to manage their networks will dramatically cut costs. Supplied by PowerCloud, their CloudCommand software will allow for the securing, configuring, and deployment of Wi-Fi networks.
  • November 3, 2011 - AT&T Prepares New Application to Stop Texting While Driving - Take a minute to pull out your wireless device. Read out loud the very last text message that you received. Could responding to that message while you are driving a car possibly be worth the very real risk of being involved in an automobile accident, or worse? Today people want and need to stay connected to one another. As a result, the number of text messages sent out has grown to tenfold over these last three years. We all understand that sending and receiving texts is one of the most common ways to communicate today. Sure, there is a great temptation to quickly read and reply to a text, even if you are behind a steering wheel. But texting while driving is extremely dangerous. It is the goal of AT&T to show their customers - particularly teens - that there is a better, smarter way to text. Watch the thought provoking documentary entitled "The Last Text." Then take a look at their free new application, called AT&T Drive Mode.
  • 2011 Internet Summit Promises Expert Speakers
    Raleigh, NC - October 31, 2011
    - The Raleigh Convention Center in North Carolina will be abuzz as thousands gather for this year's Internet Summit, an event that will provide the latest in current and future digital trends. Read full article.
  • Healthcare Becoming Available to Rural Areas Via Telehealth Services
    Wise, VA - October 20, 2011
    - Thanks in part to a grant by the Verizon Foundation, the Nursing department of the University of Virginia, in partnership with the Healthy Appalachia Institute and Office of Telemedicine, is developing a resource for needy Appalachian citizens in Southwest Virginia. Read full article
  • October 18, 2011 - Jobs Detective Goes Mobile With Free App - Only online for four months, Jobs Detective has just released a new, no-cost app that will allow anyone looking for work to browse the site listings from their tablet or smart phone. The multi-specialist online board offers other unique features, such as Multiapply and JD Score.
  • Low Income Families Offered High Speed Internet From AT&T and One Economy -Chicago - October 14, 2011 - A federally-funded broadband opportunity initiative in Chicago offers the economically-disenfranchised internet access and education. Read full article.
  • IPTV Revolutionizing The Finding And Viewing Of Television And Movie Content
    Westlake Village, CA - October 13, 2011
    - Analog television has gone the way of the dinosaur. IPTV is the new way to watch TV from where ever you may be. Read More.
  • October 10, 2010 - Hearings May Overhaul Universal Service Fund -The Russell Senate office building in Washington D.C. will be the site of an October 12th hearing to revisit an FCC fund which currently offsets the costs to bring phone networks to rural areas and refocus it to provide high speed internet service instead.
  • Place Tech4Teachers Increases Access To Technology Products
    Redmond, Washington and New York - September 27, 2011
    - Teachers in New York State are now able to improve their technology skills and access technology products, thanks to a new program launched by Microsoft, Intel and New York State Teacher Centers. Read More.
  • Pando Networks Study of Global Internet Speeds Places U.S. Slightly Above Average
    New York - September 22, 2011
    - Data extrapolated from 224 countries and over 27 million downloads determined average worldwide speed to be just below average U.S. speed of 616 Kbps. Read More.
  • September 27, 2011 - Faster Internet Access Needed For Google Expansion - The Google Fiber project would give governments all of the benefits of high-speed internet, if only regulations could be reformed to help those who build the infrastructure.
  • Affordability Of Information and Communication Technology and Services Has Increased Worldwide
    Geneva – May 16, 2011
    - Those who have looked at the total of their past internet bills with chagrin may be surprised to know that internet has actually become more affordable. A recent report by the International Telecommunications Union says that businesses and consumers worldwide are paying 50 percent less on average for high-speed internet connections that they were in 2009. Read More.
  • September 13, 2011 - Mobile Could Be Most Popular Way To Surf By 2015 - Tablets and smartphones are the darlings of recent technology expos. And they could end up being more popular for those who want to get online than traditional forms of internet like cable or fiber optic.
  • New Initiative Will See Faster Internet And More Accessibility On Global Basis
    San Francisco, CA - August 30, 2011

    Open DNS has recently announced its intentions to provide a vastly improved internet experience to users around the world. The Global Internet Speedup Initiative will solve the current cause of slow internet - the routing of data - by changing the route that data has to travel before it reaches users. Read More.
  • August 26, 2011 - More Than Half Of American Farmers Utilizing Internet Today - A recent report by the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows that a growing number of farms in the U.S. are using the internet to market their crops, increase work flow efficiency and stay connected with their customers. A decrease in the costs of internet-enabled devices is suspected to have made the internet more accessible to rural America.
  • July 6, 2011 - Sprint Now Stands Alone With No-Strings Plans - Sprint's unlimited data plan now remains the only one since the announcement of several popular companies to cap data usage and offer tiered pricing plans to their customers. While some agree this is good for the company, others fear the strain of increased customers could be detrimental.
  • June 15, 2011 - Verizon Announces Pre-Order Option for New Samsung Galaxy Tab - To the surprise and delight of many technophobes, the LTE version of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is farther ahead in production that previously thought - so much so, that Samsung announced that the company is currently taking preorders for the 4G tab.
  • April 18, 2011 - Existing AT&T Wireless Subscribers Can Now Take Advantage Of U-verse Services - AT&T has recently announced that their Triple Play bundle is now available to existing AT&T wireless customers. Those who sign up can enjoy the award-winning benefits of U-verse at home for extra savings of up to $270. So if it was tempting to try U-verse before, this latest offering could see many taking the plunge.
  • February 17, 2011 - ESPN Online Streaming Offered by Verizon FiOS - If you are a FiOS subscriber, you have something new to celebrate. Verizon is offering their subscribers the ability to stream all of their ESPN channels on any broadband connection.

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