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AAPD Lauds G3ICT for Digital Cities Wireless Roundtable
The American Association of People with Disabilities is delighted that the United Nations Global Initiative for Inclusive Information and Communication Technologies (G3ICT) included discussions focused on accessibility for people with disabilities at its Digital Cities Convention held December 11-12, 2007, in Washington, D.C.
From PR Newswire, December 18, 2007

Digital City Initiative in Yalova, Turkey
Yalova’s ongoing transformation into a digital city marked an important milestone today as the city launched its first Connected Community Center along with the Yalova Beehive, a local information and life portal for citizens.
From WebWire, December 18, 2007

Japan's Net Industry Set to Eclipse Korea's
Japan's Internet market is slowly taking steps toward becoming a global leader after long standing in the shadow of Korea, an Internet hot-house, and China, the world's biggest market.
From The Chosun Ilbo, December 18, 2007

BBC Backs Better Broadband to Prevent Digital Divide
The BBC is throwing its weight behind Ofcom, the communications watchdog, in pushing for a faster broadband network to be built across Britain.
From The Financial Times, December 18, 2007

BPL, WiMAX Electricity Smart Meters Coming to NSW
Over these networks, consumers will receive information on their mobile phones or on in-house displays, saying how much electricity they are using and the price at which they are using it. In turn, the providers will be able to keep their finger on the pulse of demand.
From ZDNet, December 18, 2007

Philadelphia Inquirer: Support Wi-Fi Network
Since when has any endeavor this ambitious -- the launch of a wireless network covering 135 square miles - ever come in on time and on budget?
From The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 18, 2007

Clearwire Launches in Rochester, Its 50th Market
Rochester is Clearwire’s second market in New York State followed by Syracuse, and marks the company’s 50th market globally. Clearwire is currently deployed in 46 markets in the U.S. and in 4 markets in Europe.
From PR BusinessWire, December 18, 2007

The FCC's Broadband Bobble
Martin's lack of a bold initiative hasn't gone unnoticed: On Nov. 15, Senator Daniel K. Inouye (D-Hawaii) encouraged lawmakers to support a bill he introduced that could end up dictating to the FCC how to implement a national broadband policy.
From BusinessWeek, December 18, 2007

Wi-Fi on Trains Proving Less Viable
NS, the Dutch train operator cancels plans.... Three train lines in central California considering Internet service or having once deployed it—ACE, Caltrain, and Capitol Corridor—are currently all in abatement.
From Wi-Fi Net News, December 18, 2007

Review: New America Foundation Report on Philadelphia
Their conclusion is that the city-created non-profit Wireless Philadelphia should have built and owned the network.
From Wi-Fi Net News, December 18, 2007

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