John Chambers and Julius Genachowski contend that the FCC’s increase in E-rate funding is a positive change for educational technology.
Writing for Bloomberg, Todd Shields questions whether Comcast’s Internet Essentials program is as beneficial as the company
claims. Jeff John Roberts discusses the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger, which, despite the general feeling that regulators would let the deal through, might be facing some unforeseen issues.
Tom Whitby reflects on the development of educational technology and how it has changed the 21st-century classroom.
In MIT Technology Review, David Talbot explains Porto, Portugal’s new mobile Wi-Fi network provided by over 600 buses and taxis, serving 70,000 people per month.
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