Topic: broadband internet
Project Loon is no longer just a "project," having advanced to become an entity unto its own within Alphabet.
Take a look at how a revised Telecom Act might work.
Comcast continues to sell its prepaid Xfinity internet service through Sprint’s Boost Mobile stores.
Facebook is using data it created to map the planet’s entire human population to help it determine what types of internet service it should use to reach the unconnected.
Most of one of Project Loon’s foundational patents was canceled.
Skycom1 is using MetroLinq unlicensed 60 GHz products from IgniteNet to deliver gigabit connections in New Orleans.
The planned merger between satellite companies OneWeb and Intelsat—a transaction orchestrated by Sprint parent SoftBank—has collapsed.
AT&T exec Hank Hulquist commented on the D.C. Circuit's Title II decision, which he feels signals that the net neutrality legislation isn't effective.
Engineers at Project Loon plan to send small teams of balloons to form a cluster over specific regions where people need internet, reducing operation costs.
NuRAN Wireless is getting a bit of a boost as part of Facebook’s Telecom Infra Project (TIP).