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Free Wireless Available in More Riverside (CA) Locations
Wi-Fi service expanded last week to the Orangecrest and Sycamore Canyon sections of the city, according to spokesman Austin Carter.
From The Desert Sun, July 23, 2008

Swedish Firm to Acquire UK's Moovera Networks
Icomera, a Swedish supplier of Internet connectivity to trains, has announced that it will acquire UK-based Moovera Networks, a manufacturer of fixed and mobile communications systems, for an undisclosed amount.
From CBR Online, July 23, 2008

T-Mobile Objects to Free Service Tied to New 70-0 MHz Auction
In a new attempt to revive the auction, the FCC has dropped the requirement for setting aside spectrum to support public safety networks, and has instead added the free access requirement.
From TMC Net, July 23, 2008

Milledgeville (GA) Partnering with Clearwire
Milledgeville took a giant technological leap forward Tuesday when city council voted unanimously to contract with Internet provider Clearwire for the city’s proposed wireless Internet system.
From The Union-Recorder, July 23, 2008

Cities Gone Wireless: Safety Or Surveillance?
While some cities have seen their dreams of providing wireless Internet access for all fade, others have forged ahead with wireless networks for an altogether different purpose: surveillance.
From NPR, July 22, 2008

Vint Cerf: Telcos Hurting National Interests
Mr Cerf talks about how he was misquoted on the subject of net neutrality and offers a solution to the current issues around broadband Internet.
From ZDNet, July 22, 2008

Inspiring Broadband Video at E-North Carolina
"As the world moves to a truly global economy, access to broadband infrastructure is vital in order for communities to remain competitive and participate globally. The rural areas of North Carolina are being left behind."
From E-NC, July 21, 2008

UK CCTV Boom Has Failed to Slash Crime, Police Say
Only 3% of street robberies in London were solved using CCTV images, despite the fact that Britain has more security cameras than any other country in Europe.
From The Guardian, July 21, 2008

Editorial: Strike Up the Broadband
Local efforts are important, but they can't improve the nation's global standing. That's why a national policy is essential.
From The Boston Globe, July 17, 2008

Internet Consortium Says It's Got Financing
East Central Vermont Community Fiber Network, which is also known as ECFiber, will enter a deal with Oppenheimer & Co. to find investors to help pay for construction of the network, according to state Rep. Jim Masland, D-Thetford, who serves on the organization's board.
From The Boston Globe, July 17, 2008

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