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- Network Could Put City in Online Fast-Lane
- Nick Draper, Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jan 19, 2015
- Jacksonville in talks to update broadband network, possibly become a gigabit city
- New Year, New Threats: Electronic Health Record Cyberattacks
- Nora O'Brien, Jan 19, 2015
The recent flood of cyberattacks means that hackers are relentless and more sophisticated than ever before.
- State of the Union: Ready for bipartisan cyber action
- Dan Lohrmann, Jan 19, 2015
- This should be the year that significant bipartisan progress is made on cybersecurity legislation, with new laws set to pass on issues ranging from data breach notification to sharing sensitive cyber intelligence between the public and private sectors. In fact, since President Obama and Republican congressional leaders can't agree on much else, cybersecurity action is moving to center stage.
- State Says 80 Percent of Mainers 'Unserved' by Broadband
- Whit Richardson, Portland Press Herald, Jan 19, 2015
The ConnectME Authority, which oversees the state’s broadband service, on Friday adopted a new standard to define adequate service levels.
- President Obama Announces Plans for Next-Generation Broadband Connectivity
- Heidi Bruce, Broadband Illinois, Jan 15, 2015
- Announcement means better connectivity and less red-tape for Illinois and the United States
- 9 Things Computers Can do Now That They Couldn't do a Year Ago
- Ciara Byrne, Jan 14, 2015
- 2014 had its fair share of "firsts" in hardware, software, and robotics
- Obama aims to unleash broadband boost
- Politico Magazine, Jan 14, 2015
- In visit to Iowa, President Obama will push to end laws that limit Internet coverage
- Research Study Shows NTIA Broadband Grants Provided Billions in Economic Benefits
- NTIA, Jan 14, 2015
- NTIA review of economic impact resulting from American Recovery and Reinvestment Act monies
- Broadband Illinois Welcomes Governor Bruce Rauner
- Heidi Bruce, Broadband Illinois, Jan 12, 2015
- PCI participates in inauguration activities
- CES 2015: Robots Can Teach a Kindergartner to Code
- Michelle Maltais, Los Angeles Times, Jan 9, 2015
The robots, Dash and Dot, are designed for kids ages 5 to 12 to work in conjunction with an app to teach the "fundamental ideas of programming."
- FCC Commissioner to Tech Industry: It’s Time to Reinvent Textbooks, Teaching
- Jason Shueu, Government Technology, Jan 9, 2015
After increasing spending by $1.5 billion on Internet broadband projects for schools FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel asks the tech industry to innovate for education.
- The Future of Medicine Is in Your Smartphone
- Eric Topol, The Wall Street Journal, Jan 9, 2015
New tools are tilting health-care control from doctors to patients
- FCC Chairman Wheeler Hints at Shift in Net Neutrality Rules
- The Los Angeles Times, Jan 8, 2015
On Wednesday, Wheeler suggested that he would propose rules next month that would treat broadband Internet service providers as utilities subject to more intense regulation than they have been in the past.
- Only 25Mbps and up will qualify as broadband under new FCC definition
- Jon Brodkin, ARS Technica, Jan 7, 2015
Broadband not being deployed “in a reasonable and timely fashion," Wheeler says.
- Investment in Digital Health Surges
- Stephanie Lee, San Francisco Chronicle, Jan 6, 2015
In 2014, investment in digital-health companies grew 93 percent, outpacing that of biotechnology and medical devices.
- Apps Everywhere, but No Unifying Link
- Conor Dougherty, The New York Times, Jan 5, 2015
- Webpage navigation has been simplified, but now apps need to follow
- 9 Maps that Explained the Internet in 2014
- Andrea Peterson, The Washington Post, Dec 31, 2014
- From subscription rates to barries to municipal broadband networks, here is a look at the state of all things Internet across the globe
- School Buses add WiFi to Bring Internet to Homes of Poor Students
- Nichole Dobo, The Hechinger Report, Dec 24, 2014
- Equally as important to school connectivity, students need to be connected at home
- Does Comcast Really Reach Out to Poor People?
- Todd Shields, Bloomberg News, Dec 22, 2014
- Big Internet providers provide subsidized service to the most needy population
- The Year of Community and Municipal Gigabit Broadband
- Drew Clark, Broadband Breakfast, Dec 18, 2014
- Former PCI executive director, Drew Clark, reflects on broadband in 2014 and touts PCI's accomplishments.
- Gigabit or GigaWhat? There is Work to Do Regarding Ultra-Broadband Services
- Bernie Arnason, Telecompetitor, Dec 17, 2014
- Is Gigabit service necessary for most Americans?
- Year in Review: Making Sense of 2014
- Steve Towns, Government Technology, Dec 17, 2014
2014 may not have been the year, but there are definitive signs that we’re pointed in the right direction.
- Broadband coverage strong across rural Illinois
- Nat Williams, AgriNews, Dec 16, 2014
- Strong broadband coverage across Illinois means more productive farmers
- Fantastic Voyage: Tiny Sensors May Soon Monitor Seniors’ Medicines From Inside
- Frank Browning, Kaiser Health News, Dec 15, 2014
- Ingestible monitoring devices could be the future of healthcare
- High Tech Coming to Highland
- Lisa Peck, Dec 15, 2014
- Squarefruit Labs, maker of next generation 3-D printers, wins
$15,000 Highland Gigabit Challenge
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