Thanks to government approval, the SpaceX program to offer internet worldwide to consumers, Starlink, is rolling forward.
While internet usage grows as a result of COVID-19 quarantines, working hours lengthen, and U.S. infrastructure should be able to get the job done.
The Trump Administration claims the net neutrality repeal will save consumers lots of money, but the facts aren’t adding up.
Reports say that the Starlink cluster could provide Earth with internet access from space in 2020, starting the vacuum of profits for Elon Musk and SpaceX.
Sanders, among the other Democratic competitors, proposes a plan that will help Americans with poor access to high-speed internet.
Tim Berners-Lee says that users have been treating the internet like a weapon instead of a tool to help humanity. Luckily, there’s still time to fix it.
Web experts fear that the recent sale of .org is going to skyrocket the price – and problems- of nonprofits.
Broadband service from space could be available as early as mid-2020 thanks to companies like Elon Musk’s SpaceX Starlink.
A recent ruling in the case for net neutrality shows that consumers are still in the throes of the court battle.
Video streaming service Netflix still uses nearly 13% of the world’s data, but is showing signs of slipping amid increased competition.