|March 18, 2013|
|Google Fiber App Now Available For All Android 4.2 Devices|
|By Zach Walton|
| One of the coolest things about Google Fiber is that the company throws in a free Nexus 7 tablet for those who subscribe to Google Fiber’s Internet and TV package. The tablet acts as a controller of sorts for the set top box allowing users to control all aspects of their television experience. Now the experience is moving to other Android devices.
Google announced that the Google Fiber app for Android is now available on all devices sporting Android 4.2 or higher. That means that all of Google’s Nexus devices and the Asus Transformer Pad will now be supported. Of course, you may have installed a custom Android 4.2 ROM on your device, and that’s fine too.
Oh, and before you ask, Google Fiber still isn’t expanding beyond Kansas City just yet. You can install the app though, and pretend that you live in Kansas City. That’s what the reviewers of the app are doing. Although, I’m pretty sure Google won’t be expediting the move of Fiber to other areas just because somebody from Michigan gave the app [...]
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|FCC Now Allows More Spectrum For Wi-Fi Devices|
| The spectrum freed up for Wi-Fi is a finite resource. Too many devices can congest the networks and slow down service for everybody. The FCC wants to prevent that from happening, and have taken steps to relieve congestion with its latest proposal.
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|For millions of Americans, having access to speedy Internet is still an impossibility. The FCC has promised it would fix this when it announced the National Broadband Plan in 2010. Since then, there hasn’t been much progress made on the [...]||The Internet is a massive series of tubes network that we often take for granted in our everyday lives. It’s not often that we get to see just how big this network really is, but a new report gives us a nice overview. [...]||Some of the major ISPs in the U.S. implement bandwidth caps in the name of controlling network congestion, but most caps are just a backhanded way of making more money. One senator is targeting the practice to bring better Internet [...]|
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