Monday, October 29, 2007

CO2 Emissions Alarming, 200 Times Faster Broadband, Verizon Drops 700 MHz Rules Challenge


Carbon Dioxide Emissions Rising At Alarming Rate

Carbon dioxide — the greenhouse gas considered most responsible for global warming — has been emitted into the Earth's atmosphere at a dramatically accelerating pace since 2000

technology to Make Broadband Internet Up To 200 Times Faster

Harnessing the potential power of telephone lines and DSL broadband, the technology will deliver internet speeds up to 250 megabits per second, compared with current typical speeds of between one and 20 megabits per second.

Verizon Drops Challenges To 700 MHz Rules

Verizon had sought to have the FCC drop open-access requirements it has set up for roughly one-third of the spectrum rights eligible to be sold via auction this January.

No comments: