- Broadband Bytes for 2013-12-13 http://t.co/nam186YTnK ->
- Like most incumbents, AT&T believes that being first to a franchise agreement gives them special rights. http://t.co/mjspogklAi ->
- Good news: UTOPIA is ahead of their 5-year projections. http://t.co/kVU3rmGWa7 ->
- Yet another reminder that if you're not already upgraded, you're going to get sold off. http://t.co/p9QluKgznR ->
- Dish and Sprint want to be WISPs. http://t.co/dlOMOrE1kM ->
- Even urbanized areas have broadband dead zones. http://t.co/Sash09o97A ->
- Shocker: tech companies aren't very happy with the NSA these days. http://t.co/lHJwdePJdt ->
- Service providers need to, you know, provide services, not just a fat pipe. http://t.co/1BzD8PkXT8 ->
- Google could be playing a very effective long game on changing the video market. A long but worthwhile read. http://t.co/4ZILeUfcZZ ->
- UTOPIA could be going the public-private partnership route. http://t.co/hdNuS7qbZ0 ->
- In the immortal words of John McClain, it's about the money. http://t.co/Nc39YYWGJd ->
- Here's the Standard-Examiner's take on UTOPIA's new partnership. http://t.co/FNtvpSMe0d ->
- The Daily Herald's take on the UTOPIA partnership. http://t.co/QLBWIp718N ->
- A new modulation trick could boost broadband across the board. http://t.co/ykoq2Uefh1 ->
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