Palo Alto-based Plume has come up with relatively low-cost, router-free "pods" that you can plug into power outlets around your home to let you connect to the Internet from any room.
The reach of Google’s up-and-coming wireless service has just gotten even bigger. Google has expanding the coverage of its Project Fi service with the addition of U.S. Cellular’s network.
Google's parent company, Alphabet, is exploring the possibility of deploying wireless gigabit Internet as an alternative to Google Fiber in some areas, says executive chairman Eric Schmidt.
The Federal Communications Commission is considering new rules that would restrict how broadband service providers like Comcast and Verizon can use the data they collect on our internet habits.
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