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Entries from App-Rising tagged with 'bittorrent'

October 29, 2007 12:04 PM

More from the Comcast Brouhaha...

The fallout from the news that Comcast is officially interfering with P2P traffic continues to grow. It's officially hit Congress now. Here's an article in large part about a conversation the author had with Representative Rick Boucher, D-VA. And there's...

October 24, 2007 10:00 AM

Comcast - Why Are You Adding Fuel to the Net Neutrality Fire?

Just when I sensed the net neutrality debate was cooling off and the opportunity for a rationale dialogue finally seemed possible, Comcast had to go and stick its finger into the eye of the net neutrality camp. Here's what's happened:...

September 14, 2007 9:22 AM

Meet Rich - Verizon's 100Mbps Man

Don’t know how I missed this: earlier this month Verizon allowed regarded tech columnist Om Malik to send questions to a Verizon employee named Rich who’s been wired for 100Mbps access to his home to discuss how it’s changed his...

June 19, 2007 10:44 AM

Celebrating Innovation Powered by Broadband

After a weekend spent partially on horseback pondering last week's adventures at the Digital Hollywood Summit, I've had a chance to step back and look at the big picture of what it all means. The impact of YouTube and BitTorrent on the entertainment industry was clearly evident as I perused the exhibit floor and later waded through a bag full of glossy marketing materials.

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