Google Assistant Comes To DISH Network

The internet of things has found its way into most homes around the country in some form or another. From thermostats, to door bells, coffee makers and lightbulbs, many people have introduced some sort of smart functionality into their homes. Which is why it’s so exciting to see DISH Network introduce Google Assistant support. Now […]

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DISH Has A Successful Trial Of “Next Gen” Broadcast Standard in Spectrum Co.’s Dallas SFN Project

DISH Network is finally making big strides towards using the massive amount of spectrum holdings that they have been accumulating over the past few years. The company just successfully tested the transmission and reception of the new broadcast ATSC 3.0 standard as part of the Spectrum Consortium, LLC’s (Spectrum Co.’s) “Next Gen” deployment project in […]

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Musical.ly Looks To Offer Original Content

If you are unfamiliar, Musical.ly is an app for making and sharing personal music videos—think lip syncing. The app has taken off amongst the younger population and continues to experience rapid growth as it becomes more mainstream. Bloomberg reports that in an effort to continue that growth, Musical.ly is talking with Viacom and Comcast’s NBCUniversal […]

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20% Of U.S. Homes Still Use An Antenna

Park Associates released a new study surrounding the continued use of television antennas in U.S. homes. According to the study, 20% of U.S. homes use digital over-the-air antennas to get their television content. Given the prevalence of streaming services like Amazon, Netflix and Hulu, these numbers are surprisingly high. To put that 20% in perspective, […]

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FCC Unveils A New Broadband Map

Somewhat surprisingly, there has not been an up-to-date broadband map for the United States in quite some time. Thankfully, the FCC has solved that problem with their recent unveiling of a new national broadband map. While this map may be interesting for anyone living in the U.S., it is of particular interest to internet service […]

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Comcast Begins Rollout of xFi Pods

In 2017 people’s patience for WiFi networks not working is incredibly low. Having a working WiFi network at home is necessary for many people, not just for entertainment, but to earn a living. Internet providers understand this and, as such, are constantly looking for ways to improve the reliability of their WiFi networks. Comcast has […]

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