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Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
One of Google's Project Loon balloons can cover an area the size of Rhode Island with LTE service; remote locations still primary target for commercial service   —  Google balloons, “cell towers in the sky,” can serve 4G to a whole state  —  A single Project Loon balloon can cover an area the size of Rhode Island.
Mar 12, 2015, 5:50 AMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Verizon mocks FCC ruling with Morse code response dated 1934, despite using Title II to its benefit   —  Verizon issues furious response to FCC, in Morse code, dated 1934  —  Verizon wants 1st Amendment right to edit the Web, but rules from 1934 are too old.
Feb 26, 2015, 8:05 PMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
FCC enforces net neutrality, voting to regulate broadband providers as common carriers under Title II and ban paid fast lanes   —  FCC votes for net neutrality, a ban on paid fast lanes, and Title II  —  Internet providers are now common carriers, and they're ready to sue.
Feb 26, 2015, 1:05 PMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Net neutrality order could get last-minute change on peering classifications as FCC Democrat Mignon Clyburn reportedly questions Wheeler's plan   —  Net neutrality order could get last-minute change on peering disputes  —  FCC Democrat reportedly questions Chairman Tom Wheeler's plan.
Feb 24, 2015, 6:06 PMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
US carriers still stink at unlocking phones, analysis finds   —  Sprint is especially bad, while Verizon is the most customer-friendly.  —  A consumer rights activist who led the charge against restrictions on phone unlocking has graded the four major US carriers and found three …
Feb 18, 2015, 10:10 AMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Starting today, wireless carriers have to unlock your phone   —  Once you've paid off your contract, carriers can't say no.  —  Major wireless carriers in the US have promised to unlock customers' phones or tablets once they've paid off their contracts, beginning today.
Feb 11, 2015, 12:35 PMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Republicans launch attack on FCC's net neutrality plan   —  A commissioner, a former chairman, and Congress target Obama and Tom Wheeler.  —  Republicans are launching a multi-pronged assault on the net neutrality plan proposed by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler.
Feb 11, 2015, 1:55 AMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Box's new Enterprise Key Management gives encryption keys to customers, thwarting third party requests for data   —  Box hands cloud encryption keys over to its customers  —  Key management system keeps data safer from intrusion—and government demands.  —  Box has been talking …
Feb 10, 2015, 1:00 PMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
The FCC isn't afraid of AT&T's legal threats over net neutrality   —  Lawyers dissect AT&T's claim that broadband can't be a common carrier service.  —  AT&T will probably be one of the first companies to file a lawsuit if the Federal Communications Commission follows through on a plan to impose stricter rules on broadband.
Feb 9, 2015, 8:40 AMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
FCC's net neutrality rules will ban throttling but allow “reasonable network management”   —  Don't call them “utility” rules: The FCC's net neutrality regime, explained  —  Not the end of the world: What Tom Wheeler's proposal will and won't do.
Feb 5, 2015, 1:30 AMIn context

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