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PlayStation TV Arriving with Huge Library in Tow
By: Steve Anderson
PlayStation TV has sparked the imaginations of a variety of users; the thought that a library of games could be on hand, readily accessed, from one central point is the kind of thing that's captivated gamer interest pretty much …

Embracing Location Independent Computing: Overcoming the Challenges
By: TMCnet Special Guest
The explosion of mobile, cloud and social technologies has dramatically changed the business landscape. Today, distance is no longer a barrier to business success. An organization's applications, data center and offices can be at opposite sides of the world, …

New Net Neutrality Rules Now Inevitable
By: Gary Kim
It now seems a virtual certainty that new network neutrality rules will be created by the Federal Communications Commission. The only issue is how stringent and extensive those rules will be, and how far they might go.

AT&T Opens the Business Broadband Throttle to 300Mbps
By: Tara Seals
AT&T has announced its AT&T Business Fiber offering, delivering up to 300 Mbps initially to on-net buildings, with future plans to offer speeds up to 1Gbps. The offering is part of its U-verse High …

WebRTC's Biggest User Base May Just be Arriving
By: Steve Anderson
Much has been made in recent months about Web-based real time communications (WebRTC) and its wide array of uses. It's been seen as the next great thing in communications as a means to offer inexpensive and easy to …


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