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People search the internet for answers. Companies that discern their questions will be found even by people who weren't looking for them.
The initial version of OpenCellular's software platform will be available in the summer, and Facebook is testing out the boxes at its headquarters right now.
Webpass has deployed its 'superfast' connections in five US markets.
Plus: Tesla is planning to sell electric cars at Nordstrom.
The rules prohibited broadband providers from giving or selling access to speedy internet, essentially a 'fast lane' on the web's information superhighway.
We all use this thing called the internet every day, but many of us probably don't understand the mechanics behind it.
If you agree with most of the opinions you read online, you could be in a 'filter bubble.'
A news report, citing sources close to the talks, said execs at the two firms had met several weeks ago and had spent several hours looking at whether a strategic combination might make sense.
Building a strong online community will foster customer loyalty and generate greater sales.
'The events of the past few months are a strong reminder that the Internet can be used for the worst reasons imaginable,' Microsoft said in its post.
It's the latest example of staffers who were let go or quit but believe they can do it better.
The service, called fast.com, works like other Internet connection measurement tools such as speedtest.net.
The legislation will now have to pass through several other congressional committees before being put to vote in the floor of the lower and upper house.
Case looks for a time when entrepreneurs will transform business sectors as diverse as health, education, transportation, energy and food.
Internet is a global communication network that connects computers worldwide in order to exchange information in various forms via routers and servers. The system originated from the U.S. government network Arpanet, starting in the 1960s.
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