Havana’s Hottest Spot is a Crowded Ramp to WiFi Bliss
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Havana’s Hottest Spot is a Crowded Ramp to WiFi Bliss

Nick Miroff, THE WASHINGTON POST     HAVANA (The Washington Post) — The busy stretch…

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Google Announces OnHub, a WiFi Router That Gets Rid of Wires and Flashing Lights
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Google Announces OnHub, a WiFi Router That Gets Rid of Wires and Flashing Lights

(Irish Examiner) – Just because you’re one of the biggest technology companies in the world…

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ICANN Proposes to End US Oversight of Internet
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ICANN Proposes to End US Oversight of Internet

SAN FRANCISCO (India Times) – The overseers of the internet published a keenly anticipated proposal…

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Blacks Lag in Accessing High-Speed Internet
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Blacks Lag in Accessing High-Speed Internet

By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – As education, jobs, and the national…

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Net Equality Needed as Much as Net Neutrality
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Net Equality Needed as Much as Net Neutrality

Obama Urges FCC to Adopt Strict Rules on Net Neutrality
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Obama Urges FCC to Adopt Strict Rules on Net Neutrality

Michael D. Shear, THE NEW YORK TIMES WASHINGTON (The New York Times) — President Obama on Monday put…

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Why the U.S. has Fallen Behind in Internet Speed and Reliability
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Why the U.S. has Fallen Behind in Internet Speed and Reliability

Claire Cain Miller, THE NEW YORK TIMES (The New York Times)—America’s slow and expensive Internet…

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Facebook App Gives Free Internet to Mobile Users in Zambia
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Facebook App Gives Free Internet to Mobile Users in Zambia

(IDG News Service) – Facebook introduced an app on Thursday that will give mobile phone subscribers…

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After 25 Years, 87 Percent of Americans Connected to the Web
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After 25 Years, 87 Percent of Americans Connected to the Web

[PC Mag] Get your party pants on, people — the World Wide Web is turning 25…

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Appeals Court ‘Net Neutrality’ Ruling Clouds Internet Access
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Appeals Court ‘Net Neutrality’ Ruling Clouds Internet Access

Poorer Consumers Feared Negatively Impacted by Zenitha Prince Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American…

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