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Bluetooth starts weaving its mesh for IoT

Low-power Bluetooth devices should get a standard way to organize themselves in networks next year

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Samsung, SKT to demonstrate 7.5Gbps wireless data next week

The prototype '5G' cellular system will use beamforming antennas to realize the high speed

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Republican FCCers call for delay in net neutrality vote

But the agency's chairman says he intends to move forward with Thursday's meeting

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Twitter speaks up for FCC net neutrality plan

Keeping the Internet open promotes free speech and helps the US economy, Twitter said

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Republican lawmakers investigate White House net neutrality push

Republicans want to know whether the Obama administration influenced the FCC's proposal

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New chips make Wi-Fi more maker-friendly

The goal is to make adding Wi-Fi connectivity to DIY smart devices much easier.

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Nokia, Korea Telecom plan to demo 4G for machines, cars

The two companies will show a prototype for communicating with wearables, cars and smart meters

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Vendors lay groundwork for 5G with greener and faster mobile networks

New systems from Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson increase capacity yet use less space and electricity

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Mobile networks limber up for the Internet of Things

Virtualization is expected to help carriers serve new devices and demands

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Liquid Telecom raises $150 million to extend broadband in Africa

Fiber network to offer speeds up to 100Mbps

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Both sides make last-minute push on net neutrality

Groups for and against strong rules try to score points just over a week before the FCC's vote

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You'll pay more for privacy with AT&T's gigabit broadband

AT&T's Gigapower broadband service has arrived in Kansas City. But as in Austin, you'll pay more if you want AT&T to ignore what you're doing online.

Making sense of the wireless technology spectrum

Learn all about the invisible tech that keeps us connected, and compare the strengths and weaknesses of Bluetooth, WiFi, and NFC.