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Should There be a Broadband New Deal?

On a make-shift stage before 50,000 people in rural Barnesville, Georgia, the President of the United States stressed the importance of universal connectivity. He insisted that the lack of access to connectivity created “an economic unbalance in the nation as … Continue reading

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My CES 2020 Coverage

As I have for the last 35 years or so, I helped cover the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) for the official CES Show Daily, published by TWICE. Here is a sampling some of my pre-show and on-the-spot reporting. FCC Chair … Continue reading

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How Net Neutrality Is Like Game Of Thrones

A more expansive exploration of the real reasons behind the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality rules from a version originally published in the CES 208 Show Daily.

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My CES 2018 Coverage For TWICE Show Daily

For the (at least) 30th time, I helped TWICE, the leading trade magazine in the consumer electronics business and publisher of the official CES Show Daily, cover CES.  Here’s some of my coverage: What Does ‘Google Assistant Compatible’ Mean? Pai, … Continue reading

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Is Net Neutrality In Trouble?

A new administration in Washington means a new FCC commissioner, which means different communications policies, which could mean threats to an open Internet and “net neutrality.” Read why here.

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