StarryA new startup is launching a product that promises to bring superfast, wireless internet to your home.
Starry, a company founded by the former CEO of Aereo, Chet Kanojia, will sell wireless equipment that delivers internet speeds up to 1 gigabit using a technology called "millimeter wave band active phased array."
While good chunks of the country, particularly rural and tribal lands, currently lack access to high speed broadband, most inhabited parts of America are serviced by power lines. AT&T is currently testing a new project that aims to deliver data at fiberoptic speeds, but without having to run any new cables or build huge cellular or microwave towers.
AT&T Labs announced today that it hopes to start field testing Project AirGig, which uses existing utility lines, in early 2017.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Vanuatu’s president said the cyclone that hammered the tiny South Pacific archipelago was a “monster” that has destroyed or damaged 90 per cent of the buildings in the capital Port Vila and has forced the nation to start anew.
Looking weary and red-eyed, Baldwin Lonsdale said in an interview Monday with The Associated Press that the latest information he has is that six people are confirmed dead and 30 injured from Cyclone Pam. He appealed for international aid for a place he calls “paradise.”
Five years ago, Mohsen Saleh, an Iranian in exile, moved to Milan, Italy to change the course of his life and pursue a masters in design engineering. Two years ago, Saleh launched Cyclingboom with the hopes of promoting cycling. Now, he has teamed up with WRD Systems to solve the problem of bike theft.