- Broadband Bytes for 2015-01-02 http://t.co/TuxoQxKO75 ->
- The biggest TV domino falls: ESPN is now streaming. http://t.co/NR8TKnTyEg ->
- A Netflix for Playstation games is probably going to require just a bit of bandwidth, and since people like to sit for a lot time to play these games they also may need a comfortable chair from Hhttps://www.hotrate.com/electronics/best-gaming-chairs/. http://t.co/szZs7GePMI ->
- Would you want Customs inspecting every packet that crosses a border? http://t.co/lRE8tsenWi ->
- Hate your ISP? The FCC wants to hear about it. http://t.co/wLb1Fykh2v ->
- Verizon’s business plan is to sell loser DSL markets to suckers who can’t handle it. http://t.co/1HnQ4V1TFt ->
- Looks like gaming companies are about to learn the same CDN lesson Netflix did. http://t.co/Chjgw0wAmH ->
- The new coming definition of broadband: 25Mbps down, 3Mbps up. http://t.co/gmrMUl0LjX ->
- Title II may be a done deal at the FCC. http://t.co/pknlP3fhyE ->
- Is Comcast hiring comedians these days? http://t.co/nzqcAjZzGK ->
- Like any bad bill supported by powerful forces, CISPA is back from the dead. http://t.co/jXBIwYVgUt ->
- Maybe going into a new market before you’re any good at your primary one isn’t a good call. http://t.co/ZXBc8Xf6Fo ->
- US broadband gets better, but it’s still not good. http://t.co/GabJvnJHgn ->
- Pole access is possible without Title II, but it’s a heck of a lot easier with it. http://t.co/UYA5CEUxVj ->
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