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Verizon touts nationwide wireless test to claim it's still no. 1

Verizon Wireless is using results from a RootMetrics test to claim it's the fastest and most reliable wireless carrier in the US.

By 6 March 2014

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Verizon uses Super Bowl to show off LTE broadcast video

It's called multicast, and it's Verizon's way of beaming high-quality video to many people at once.

By 1 February 2014

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NFL Now digital network to deliver personalized videos

The NFL is the latest to take advantage of the shift to digital with media including game highlights and media produced by the teams, NFL.com, or the NFL Network.

By 31 January 2014

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Speed up the shutdown process in OS X

A quick adjustment of the timeout values for key processes can greatly speed up otherwise laggy shutdowns in OS X.

By 15 October 2013

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Asus patches its Wi-Fi routers' AiCloud vulnerabilities

Asus is rolling out a new firmware update, version 3.0.4.372, that addresses security holes caused by the AiCloud, a storage-based feature available in its USB-enabled Wi-Fi routers.

By 17 July 2013

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Verizon vs. broadcasters: Deciding the fate of mobile TV

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam sees his company's LTE wireless network as the answer for distributing live TV to mobile users. But TV broadcasters may have something to say about that.

By 10 April 2013

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What's next for 4G? Telstra announces LTE-Advanced and more

Telstra has given mobile users a taste of the future, with announcements of its work on next-generation wireless broadband, including LTE-Advanced, LTE-Broadcast and HetNet technologies.

By 21 February 2013

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NBN Co: 'we are not set up to be a broadcaster'

NBN Co has been approached to embed media multicast functions, but the network provider is not interested.

By 4 December 2012

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Fetch TV looks to take on Foxtel with NBN deal

Fetch TV is contemplating an NBN investment that could see it become a major pay-TV competitor.

By 27 November 2012

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Reuse an old router to bridge devices to your wireless network

Reuse an old router to connect wired-only devices -- like your TV, DVR, or game console -- to your wireless network.

By 12 October 2012