Broadband Surf Report

What looks good in broadband news for Dec. 16.

The Web's alive with the big broadband and networking stories, including Microsoft's purchase of Giant, the ad from Firefox hitting the New York Times and Bin Laden's apparent video blogging. The video search stuff we've been reporting on has hit big, and the Sprint-Nextel story is still all the rage. Here's what else we caught online today:

U.S. Lags In Broadband Adoption Despite Demand For VoIP, IP Video: Report--Networking Pipeline

Samsung targets 100M mobile phone shipments in 2005--Infoworld

Systimax Debuts 10-gigabit Cable For Bandwidth-Hungry Enterprises--Networking Pipeline

Zigbee (Almost) Arrives--Wi-Fi Planet

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