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Why Zuckerberg prefers drones to Google's balloons

The Facebook chief explains some of his thinking behind Internet access delivered via drone and satellite

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Internet via lasers, drones: How Zuckerberg will bring the 'Net to all

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg introduces the Connectivity Lab, which will develop the tech to bring the Internet (and Facebook) to the rest of the world.

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Cross-industry IoT group pushes for gear that works together

AT&T, Cisco, GE, IBM and Intel kicked off the IIC to push for better standards

Turkey blocking YouTube in 'desperate and depressing move'

The government is attempting to block access to a secret recording of a meeting. But will it work?

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Chinese telco hardware makers no longer under EU investigation

The EU suspends an anti-dumping investigation against Huawei and ZTE

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Cisco fixes denial-of-service flaws in IOS software for networking devices

Seven vulnerabilities that could lead to device reboots and other performance issues were patched in various IOS components

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Hands On: T-Mobile's free international roaming

The speed of the service is capped, so is it really useful when traveling?

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Spherix sues Cisco for 'immense' patent infringement

The company bought Nortel patents and says Cisco is using the technology

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Cisco's Intercloud could supercharge its IoT plans

The company's IOx edge-computing platform could mesh with its cloud plan to improve IoT performance

FCC's chairman moves to allow wireless spectrum sharing

FCC chairman Wheeler will soon float a proposal to experiment with sharing spectrum in the 3.5GHz band to alleviate the mobile bandwidth crunch.

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Cisco plans $1B investment in global cloud infrastructure

By partnering with the likes of Australian operator Telstra, Cisco hopes to catch up with competition

US officials: NSA overseas surveillance is targeted, not bulk collection

Critics question the officials' description of the NSA's overseas surveillance programs. Are they wide nets or targeted strikes?

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Group files complaint against Verizon on 'forced' VOIP conversions

Verizon is converting some traditional telephone customers to VoIP without their permission, advocacy group says.