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  1. Google Brings Free WiFi to Manhattan

    The deal comes following Google's decision to build an ultra fast broadband network in Kansas City. The search giant also opened up a fiber optic broadband network in Kansas City two years ago. Each day access to the Internet becomes more and more...

  2. The Growing Importance of International Mobile Search

    Some of the reasons for this may include the relatively cheap costs of mobile phones compared to laptops and desktop computers and the lack of effective broadband connections in many areas. In rural regions, for example, there may be a lack of...

  3. 2012 London Olympics: How the World Was Searching

    The reasons vary greatly -- from differences in culture to levels of broadband Internet penetration to device preference -- but each country will continue to reach higher as it pursues search gold. Social media may get most of the news clippings...

  4. How to Visualize the Ridiculously Big Numbers Representing Global Online Video Usage

    In a press release, Dan Piech, comScore product manager for video, said, “As global broadband connectivity continues to rise, online video viewing has taken off in a big way and has become a fully integrated component of the digital content...

  5. Mobile Search Marketing for BRIC -- Country by Country

    With only a quarter of Brazilian households hooked up to fixed broadband, mobile Internet seems poised to connect many more to the net. The majority of users have pre-paid Internet services and most of the current growth is from WAP phones as...

  6. Mobile Search in BRIC: Tips and Tricks

    Meanwhile, this report by Ernst & Young suggests that mobile subscribers in BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) have surpassed users of broadband, Internet and television combined. Mobile phones are comparatively cheap, even web...

  7. FCC Passes Net Neutrality Rules, Many Object

    While the Open Internet Order does prevent fixed broadband providers from blocking access to sites and applications, the rules are different for wireless providers and not as clear as advocates would like," Mashable stated.

  8. FCC Voting on Net Neutrality Dec. 21

    These rules would protect consumers' and innovators' right to know basic information about broadband service, right to send and receive lawful Internet traffic, and right to a level playing field, while providing broadband Internet access...