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Chicago Sets its Sights on Ultra-Modern Web Site With Enhanced E-Government

Broadband's Impact, States, Transparency March 12th, 2010

CHICAGO, March 12, 2010 – When the City of Chicago has tried its hand at computerized technology of recent, it hasn’t exactly been a hit with citizens.

Those fancy electronic signs on public transit platforms? They tell you everything except the time the next trains will arrive, a la London’s Underground. Those year-old parking meter kiosks that take credit cards? Convenient, perhaps—though they also ushered in an era of quadrupled parking fees.

So when city officials unveiled Chicago’s official new website Friday, they took great pains to emphasize that would make life simpler for residents, businesses and visitors alike.

Are you prepared for the Inevitable Mobile Mania Magnification?

Broadband Updates, Expert Opinion, Wireless March 5th, 2010

By 2014, annual global mobile data traffic will reach 3.6 exabytes per month. Globally, businesses and consumers will be transferring the equivalent of billions of DVDs each month. What’s driving that incredible growth? What does it mean to service providers? Are users worldwide becoming mobile data megalomaniacs? Read on to find out.

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