A decade ago, a pigeon with a 4 GB memory stick outran an ISP’s ADSL service. A 2023 rematch features a bird with 3 TB of flash drives vs gigabit internet.
AWS is introducing hourly charges for services with public IPv4 addresses. From next Feb users will be charged half a cent per address per hour.
A 14-year-old was abducted and taken from Virginia to Arizona. Location data from her Nintendo Switch console facilitated her rescue.
The FCC has instituted new broadband "nutrition labels," forcing ISPs to be more transparent about services offered.
Current worldwide internet bandwidth is said to be approximately 1 petabit/s, and this technology could almost double that over a single cable.
5 Gbps and 8Gbps services will cost $125 and $150 per month, respectively. Announcement comes in the wake of Google teasing 20 Gbps service tests.
The 2.5 Tbps attack via a Mirai botnet variant didn't have a noticeable effect on the gaming server, thanks to Cloudflare filters.
Google currently offers 1 and 2 Gbps fiber services, but is going to “dramatically expand our multi-gigabit tiers,” in the coming months.
Jared Mauch’s rural FTTH service quickly expanded from 1 to 30 customers and currently has 70. But he now has $2.6m of government funding to allow provisioning for nearly 600 customers.
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