New and Noteworthy: Jobs = iPod carrier; Apple threatens Linux
What looks good in broadband news for the fourth day of 2005.
European mobile phone carriers are offering music over 3G networks. But it's pricy and scarce.
The old FCC broadband penetration data was next to useless. New changes could help.
Craig McCaw goes to the Canadian hinterland and sells his wares to a military dictator.
The United States trails many developed nations in broadband penetration. Will U.S. carriers be able to catch up?
The technology took a beating when the telcommunications bubble burst, but new interest in optical research could reignite the craze.
Some chipmakers jumping gun on new broadband standard?
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