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AT&T Wireless Chooses LTE for 4G Services

AT&T LogoAT&T was announced as a big winner in the FCC Auction of frequency for next generation wireless services, and with AT&T expecting to deliver AT&T 3G services to nearly 350 major U.S. markets by the end of the year, they are already planning for the years ahead when our bandwidth needs are greater and more digital mobile services are in use.

With broadband speeds in the hundreds of Megabits – this is no slow connection and promises much for the future of wireless.

D-Link DIR-450 and D-Link DIR-451 Routers

D-Link DIR-450 3G Wireless RouterIf you like road trips and the great outdoors but like to stay connected to the outside world, I have the perfect product for you. The D-Link DIR-450 3G Mobile Router for EV-DO Networks offers you WiFi Routing for those convenient Wireless 3G Internet Cards.

If this sounds a little confusing, it’s not. Don’t worry, I’ll explain it all. This router works with these nifty PCMCIA adapters that your cell phone service provider carries. If you’ve never seen one, it’s the best thing since sliced bread for people that are on the road and need to have Broadband Internet access. And essentially, if you have cellular signal, you’ll have Broadband Internet access: most carriers offer 1.5Mbps.

New Fiber Optics Spell High-Speed for the Masses

Corning Inc. has developed a new form of optical fiber that is at least 100 times more bendable than current fibers. Standard Optical fiber’s flexibility has long been one of the major hurdles preventing its installation in the home. Corning’s President, Peter Volankis said, “This is a game changing technology for telecommunications applications. We have […]

Broadband: Cable vs. DSL

broadbandToday, everybody wants lightening fast Internet service for as little as possible, but with so many companies vying for your business, how do you know which choice is ultimately the best decision for your needs? Cable or DSL?

Both Internet services are available in most areas and both cost relatively the same amount each month, depending on where you live. What makes one better than the other?