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Thursday, April 10, 2003


Numerous articles in today's papers regarding powerline broadband

Numerous articles in today's papers regarding powerline broadband
Yesterday's press release by Current Technologies highlighting FCC Chariman's enthusiastic support for powerline broadband resulted in several articles on what has been off the radar of most technology pundits:
1. New York Times article (free but registration required).
2. ZDnet item originally carried by Reuters.
3. San Jose Mercury News article originally carried by AP.
4. Computer User article originally published in Multichannel News, a cable TV publication. Not surprisingly, power utilities think powerline broadband is a good thing while cable TV operators don't like it. (Thanks to Jim Baller at Baller Herbst Law Group for pointing this one out)
5. Slashdot discussion


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