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14 November 2005

Google Proposes Mountain View Wi-Fi Network

Google has announced plans to use its home city of Mountain View, California as a testing ground to prove the social and financial benefits of providing customers with free wireless internet connections.

13 November 2005

Google Expresses Concern about US Telecom Legislation

Several members of the American Energy and Commerce Committee are attempting to force a draft legislation that would make it easier for telephone companies to move in to the internet video industry.

11 November 2005

O2 Subsidiary Launches Europe’s First Super 3G Network

Wholly-owned O2 subsidiary, Manx Telecom, has officially launched what it says is Eurpoe’s first High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) network, which offers super fast 3G wireless data capabilities.

10 November 2005

Falcon Broadband to Launch G6-Powered VoIP Service

Colorado cable and wireless service provider, Falcon Broadband, has announced the pending release of a new VoIP service, which will run on the G6 Universal Media Gateway.

New VoIP Option for Mac Users

i2Telecom International Inc. has recently announced the release of a new version of its VoiceStick Softphone service specifically for Macintosh computers.

VoIP: The Ongoing Telecom Revolution

Although it is still a developing technology, VoIP broadband telephony has become increasingly popular over the last couple of years. According to In-Stat, the number of VoIP subscribers in the US will likely be over 3.2 million by the end of this year.

09 November 2005

Free VoIP without the PC

Taiwan-based Accton Technology yesterday unveiled its new Skype-friendly Wi-Fi phone, called the SkyFone WM1185-T.

Instant Messaging Applications Face Increased Security Threats

The number of threats being targeted towards instant messaging applications has soared in the past year.

08 November 2005

Google and Yahoo Plan Further Wireless Web Expansion

Google and Yahoo are both currently making plans to further expand into mobile communication markets, by extending a number of their internet based services to cell phone users.

Another Free Internet Telephony Service Hits the Market

Telecommunications service provider, Yak Communications Inc. has made a deal with CounterPath Solutions, a premier provider of VoIP, SIP, and Instant Messaging services, allowing Yak to release a powerful new voice and video-enabled peer-to-peer VoIP network.

07 November 2005

Citywide Wi-Fi Network Proposed for Milwaukee

A small start-up by the name of Midwest Fiber Networks (MWFN) has put in a bid to build a citywide Wi-Fi network in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, similar to the network being built in Philadelphia.

06 November 2005

Nintendo Announces UK Launch of Free Wi-Fi Gaming

Nintendo has announced a date for the UK launch of its free Wi-Fi gaming service. The service, which is compatible with the Nintendo DS, will become available at numerous bars, restaurants, and other public places, starting on November 25.

02 November 2005

Nokia Wins Telus Broadband Contract

Canadian telecommunications giant, Telus, has just awarded a major contract to Nokia, which will allow them to build Telus’s next-generation broadband internet

26 October 2005

Skype Security Flaws Discovered

Skype has just issued security patches for two critical bugs involving their popular internet telephony software. The recently discovered bugs would have made it possible for hackers to run hostile code on computers running vulnerable versions of Skype.

24 October 2005

US Robotics Releases New USB Phone

Modem and networking market leader, US Robotics, has announced the shipment of its new USB Internet Phone, the USR9600. This is the company’s first VoIP hardware release, and the beginning of a major line of such products.

23 October 2005

Rogers Working on New IP Multimedia Technology

Rogers Communications is working together with Ericsson on a new IP-based Multimedia Subsystem, which will help Rogers to better integrate voice, data, audio, and video services.

22 October 2005

Broadband Speeds on an Upward Spiral

Come next spring, BT will be trying to grab its share of the UK's ultra-high-speed broadband market with its new "Max" ADSL service. Max is expected to provide data transfer speeds of up to 8 Mbps.

21 October 2005

New Zealand ISP Abandons IPO Plans

New Zealand broadband provider, Woosh, has decided to abandon their plans for a public stock offering, but claim that the decision is not due to weakness in technology or competitive position.

18 October 2005

UK Satellite Provider Prepares for Broadband Expansion

British satellite television broadcaster BSkyB is preparing to announce the acquisition of high-speed internet provider, Easynet this week, in a clear attempt to move into the UK’s highly competitive broadband market.

17 October 2005

New Google Wi-Fi Details Surface

Google’s eight-page proposal for a free Wi-Fi network in San Francisco has now been publicly released, and with it come new details about the company’s plans.

12 October 2005

Yahoo and Microsoft Create Instant Messaging Partnership

The Wall Street Journal has reported that Microsoft and Yahoo, both dominant players in the instant communication industry, are preparing to link together their free instant messaging services to take on market leader AOL, and industry newcomer, Google.

eBay Removes Skype Brand Name From Buttons

It appears that eBay has been making some questionable decisions regarding the future of the Skype internet telephony service, which they purchased last month for over $2 billion.

07 October 2005

T-Mobile to Launch New Web-Enabled Mobile Phones

T-Mobile UK has announced that it will be launching eight new high-speed mobile internet devices by this Christmas.

06 October 2005

Vernier Enhances Edgewall Network Security Functions

Vernier Networks has announced the introduction of a new network access management application called EdgeWall Rx.

EarthLink Wins Philadelphia Wi-Fi Bid

Philadelphia has decided on EarthLink to be the provider of the new citywide wireless broadband network, which will be the largest municipal Wi-Fi network in the US.

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