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Years after the FCC agreed to open up white-space spectrum for unlicensed use in the U.S., California's rural Gold Country tries out the first commercial version of the service.
White-space radio may solve the country's broadband needs, but it requires some clever thinking.
Consortium test this week will investigate how unused TV spectrum could be tapped for new wireless broadband networks, according a Financial Times report.
The social network tests a new profile layout with one only one column of posts. This time, folks may actually like it.
Once again, the iPhone goes on sale with hundreds lining up in front of Apple stores to get it the day it comes out. What motivates people to do so? Don't dismiss being fashionable as a crucial selling point.
With the FCC about to finalize "white space" rules, Microsoft and others are working on wireless products that use the unlicensed spectrum that sits between TV channels.
The recent Google+ redesign introduced a significant amount of white space on one side of the screen. We'll show you how to center the layout for an improved look.
When the sun goes down, that's when the iPad gets busy for folks with news readers. The iPhone? It's more of a daytime habit. If you're building an app for both devices, heed the lesson.
A photo display picturing deliberately destroyed Apple gadgets explores the relationship between consumers and their new toys. Apple devotees might want to proceed with caution.
The agency is examining whether it should delay its vote on opening up unlicensed wireless spectrum due to a petition filed by broadcasters last week.