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Magazine articles on broadband service and applications, DSL, cable modem, VoIP and video-on-demand.
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January 8, 2007
Clint Boulton
Web Content Over More Than The Web Courtesy of Windows Vista, new services and devices, users will be able to view Web content over their televisions. mark for My Articles 638 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
January 2007
Steven Cherry
Nothing but Net Britain switches its entire phone network to the Internet Protocol. The BT initiative will give the country a phone system that will be at once the simplest and most modern imaginable. mark for My Articles 55 similar articles
January 2007
At the 4 Front For entrepreneurs, 4G should bring better mobile internet access and more powerful wireless multimedia applications for laptops and other devices. But as we learned with 3G, it can take time for services to become available. mark for My Articles 453 similar articles
PC Magazine
November 21, 2006
Davis D. Janowski
Skype 3.0 for Windows beta With Skype 3.0 for Windows beta, the leader in Internet voice calling brings consumers easier, better conferencing features and more, while also giving network admins much more control. mark for My Articles 236 similar articles
PC Magazine
October 17, 2006
Lance Ulanoff
ITVN ITVN's service and tiny set-top box provide Internet-based, on-demand content for your television set today, and the quality isn't bad. mark for My Articles
Commercial Investment Real Estate
Nov/Dec 2006
Craig Castillo
Setting the Tone Commercial real estate owners will find making the simple switch from a traditional phone system to a VoIP solution allows them to offer something their competitors can't: A lease package that comes complete with advanced and ready-to-use telecommunications options. mark for My Articles 410 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2006
David Kushner
Wi-Fi for the People Philadelphia plans to become the biggest wireless hot spot ever. But Philadelphia's plan is not designed just to put computers into underserved areas; it also aims to teach people how to use them. mark for My Articles 126 similar articles
PC World
September 25, 2006
Kirk Steers
Hardware Tips: The Right Hardware Keeps VoIP Calls Loud and Clear Find out what equipment you need for high-quality VoIP phone calls. mark for My Articles 519 similar articles
PC Magazine
September 13, 2006
Matthew D. Sarrel
VoIP Sends the Message If you're opening a new office or looking to switch out your phone system, an IP PBX VoIP system could save you money. mark for My Articles 454 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
September 2006
Seema Singh
India Connects To Wireless Internet High-speed Internet connectivity still is an elusive luxury for most Indians: only the best off in the big cities can take advantage of it. But WiMax, the IEEE standard for wide area wireless broadband connectivity, could be coming to the rescue. mark for My Articles 365 similar articles
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