What is Starry? An Internet service and router unlike anything else
Super high-speed Internet can be beamed to your home with millimeter waves. Bridget Carey explains Starry and its helpful (but pricey) Wi-Fi hub. Also: Facebook is ending the Like as we know it.
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Bridget Carey is writer and host of Bridget Breaks It Down, a video series examining how technology is changing our world. She's now in New York, but she started in Miami, covering tech trends, reviewing gadgets and authoring the nation's first social media etiquette column. Why journalism? She was born 150 years too early to join Starfleet.
The same technology that scans through your clothes at the airport can bring you Internet service.
A new company hopes to shake up the way you get Internet at home with Starry. Watch Update below for a quick overview on how it'll work, and what makes the Starry Station Wi-Fi hub so interesting.
Any Internet service should work with the router hub, but be prepared to pay a pretty penny:
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