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On January 20th, Donald Trump will be sworn in as president of the United States. With a Republican-controlled House and Senate behind him, things in this country are going to change... a lot. One of the things that might be on the chopping block ear...

Sorry, LA, Dallas, and San Jose. Your Google Fiber hopes have been put on hold...perhaps forever.  Google announced Tuesday that it was freezing any plans to expand into eight "potential cities," with the other metropolitan areas on the list bei...

When Google first introduced Project Loon, its internet balloons used static algorithms to change altitude and stay in position. While clever, they were limited -- Google couldn't do much to adapt to unexpected weather patterns, which are quite...

To quote Tool’s Maynard James Keenan: “I’m getting bored of getting bored.” So many of America’s institutions are so consistently Leftist - that it pushes one past outrage to simple, resigned boredom. Government primary and secondary school...

When most people shop for a new broadband package, they're focused on download speeds. What can I expect when everyone in my home is trying to stream Netflix? Or downloading a game like Inside to their PlayStation 4? But, now more than ever befo...

A free market economy - is all about the customers. Which in the United States - is roughly 300 million people. Millions of businesses spend every second of every day trying to give these 300 million people as much of what they want as possible - for...

After losing its bid to protect municipal broadband services, the Federal Communications Commission has apparently given up the fight to keep local competition in high-speed internet service. As Ars Technica reports today, the FCC has decided not to.