Google’s “Fiber TV” app is now available on iPad
TelecomsTech has previously reported about Google’s “Fiber” initiative, bringing high-speed broadband and TV packages to select areas of Kansas City. As part of the TV service a mobile app had been released on Android – and now a similar app has just been unleashed on the iPad.
Have Belgium’s biggest ISPs been sued for providing Internet access?
Three of the largest Belgian internet service providers (ISPs) have not been paying “copyright levies” according to authors’ association Sabam, whilst still offering access to protected materials.
BT and TalkTalk fight, Virgin steps in
The last few weeks for both BT and TalkTalk have been interesting for UK telecoms - some may say slightly pathetic - but a lot is at stake for the broadband companies’ financial future.
Are we ready for a single European telecoms market?
Last month, Neelie Kroes used her MWC 2013 speech to call for a single Telecoms market, which as Vice President of the European Commission for the Digital Agenda holds some amount of weight, so how has the industry reacted?
Google Fiber is finally here, but will it be a success?
Google has started to install its Fiber TV and broadband service in Hanover Heights, Kansas City, KS, giving residents in the US state internet of up to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps).
Will China Mobile offer fiber-to-the-home?
This isn't a typo: within a year, people in China could apply for fiber-to-the-home service from China Mobile.
Beware of broadband monopoly, small TELCOs warn
Alternative TELCOs have called on the European Commission to lower wholesale charges and have warned that unless the “copper gravy train” is put to an end, broadband services will revert to the monopolies of before.
Beijing Correspondent: China's journey into the broadband elite
The race is on to deliver fibre-optic broadband to households around China. But the road is beset on all sides by challenges and the targets will be tough to attain. Our Beijing correspondent Dr Lin Sun reports on China's progress into the broadband elite.
Billions for new EU broadband funding plan
The EU will this week announce plans for an €9.2bn broadband rollout project across the continent as part of a huge infrastructure development project that is expected to create hundreds of thousands of new jobs over the next few years.
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