Google’s Stadia service comes with bandwidth consumption requirements that could put a serious strain on 1TB data caps across the country. 4K isn’t going to be accessible to a lot of folks — not without overage fees.
Verizon’s 5G fixed wireless service might never make money according to an analyst firm. The short range and small cell requirements are challenging to deal with.
Verizon has been caught distributing memos threatening to fire its workers if they repair copper infrastructure, while the company continues to insist it is investing in maintaining its existing service.
Verizon and New York City may be headed to a court room after Verizon repeatedly broke an agreement to wire all of New York City for fiber access. Verizon denies the allegations.
Ookla’s latest Speedtest report for the US is in, and it’s got some good news: internet speeds have become a lot faster.
Google claims it wants to start building wireless gigabit connections to its fiber customers to cut costs, but whether it can deliver what it promises through the 60GHz spectrum is open to debate.
Leaked documents point to Verizon’s deliberate campaign to shove home customers off copper networks and into fiber deployments, whether they’re interested in using those services or not.
Google’s gigabit internet service might be coming to America’s second and third most populous cities.
Verizon is once again in the dog house for threatening to yank a customer’s service unless he converted to fiber — even though there was nothing wrong with his existing copper lines.
Comcast’s recent announcement that it’s deploying 2Gbps fiber in Nashville turns up the heat in what could finally be some actual competition in US broadband.