Internet

Flume lights up dark fiber to bring fast internet to more people – TechCrunch

It’s the darnest thing — in major cities, around 30% of homes have a fiber cable running past the house due to a local cell site or enterprise customer, but a bunch of humans are still on dial-up speeds. Flume Internet is tapping into the under-used fiber capacity in order to make high-speed internet available …

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Couple’s Incredibly British Video Recorded On Lost Phone Wins The Internet

The internet has been won over by two strangers who found a man’s phone while out shopping and recorded a video of themselves before handing it in. TikTok user George Saunders was out shopping at homeware store The Range when he did something so many of us dread to think about: he lost his phone. …

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Internet service providers launch objection to Vumatel-Vodacom merge

South Africa’s Internet Service Providers’ Association (Ispa) has asked for a commitment from Vodacom and CIVH that the Vumatel and DFA fiber networks will remain open access. Vodacom and Community Investment Ventures Holdings (CIVH) announced a R13.2-billion deal in November that would see the fiber assets of both companies being merged into one network. CIVH …

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Homeowners fed up with paying $600 a month for internet

PITTSBORO, NC (WTVD) — Imagine paying $500 to $600 a month just for high-speed internet. That’s the reality for residents who live along Frosty Meadow Drive in Chatham County. The street is filled with homes, not businesses, yet the only fiber optic internet these homeowners who live on Frosty Meadow Drive have is business fiber. …

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AI in supply chain ‘is where the Internet was in the 1990s’

Frederico CrespoCEO, Valiot Tell us a little of yourself and AI Valiot I am CEO of the operations and manufacturing company AI Valiot. We manage artificial intelligence (AI) for major suppliers such as Heineken, John Deere, Metalsa, and more. Since the earliest part of my career I have been exposed to inefficiencies within the manufacturing …

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#TBT: AT&T caps internet customers; iPad 2 comes to India; White hot iPhone 4 … this week in 2011

Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines from the past. Fire up the time machine, put on those sepia-tinted shades, set the date for #TBT and enjoy the memories! AT&T sets data caps for internet customers Starting Monday, May 2, Dallas-based AT&T …

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Super fast 10Gbps internet edges one step closer to your home

The era of 10 gigabits per second (Gbps) internet has moved one step closer to reality, with Comcast announcing that it has successfully tested record download and upload speeds. Through a demonstration that was performed via a 10G connection on a live network, the company said it was able to hit download speeds faster than …

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Arm announces high-performing internet of things (IoT) hardware

We are excited to bring Transform 2022 back in-person July 19 and virtually July 20 – 28. Join AI and data leaders for insightful talks and exciting networking opportunities. Register today! Earlier this week, Arm debuted several new products for its internet of things (IoT) portfolio, including its highest-performing Cortex-M microcontroller yet. The new updates …

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Berkeley Rep’s ‘Octet’ explores the cacophony of the internet

The West Coast premiere of Dave Malloy’s Byte, directed by Annie Tippe. Front row, left to right: Justin Gregory Lopez (Toby), Margo Seibert (Jessica) and Kim Blanck (Karly). Middle row: Kuhoo Verma (Velma), JD Mollison (Marvin) and Isabel Santiago (Paula). Back row: Adam Bashian (Ed) and Alex Gibson (Henry). Credit: Kevin Berne/Berkeley Repertory Theater The …

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