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October 10, 2018

Google Just Revealed a Brilliantly Simple Trick to Totally Destroy Telemarketers. (Wait, Why Aren't We Doing This Already?):

October 9, 2018

Why drive 6 hours for a 1 hour meeting in Montana? Videoconferencing opportunities to increase your interactions and save time.:

October 2, 2018

Expanded Access to Wi-Fi Is a Keystone in San Leandro, Calif.'s Smart City Plan:

September 27, 2018

Cities Are Teaming Up to Offer Broadband, and the FCC Is Mad:

September 20, 2018

Nearly half of cellphone calls will be scams by 2019, report says:

September 7, 2018

Get ready for the "splinternet": The web might not be worldwide much longer:

September 1, 2018

If you haven't already switched to Firefox, do it now:

August 11, 2018

Large ISPs, Flushed with Capital, Blame Consumer Protections for Their Disregard of Rural America:

August 3, 2018

The Expensive Education of Mark Zuckerberg and Silicon Valley:

August 3, 2018

Rural ISP Director Says Report Gives False Impression:

July 28, 2018

Midco plans fixed wireless internet to reach rural and rugged areas:

July 21, 2018

Family pushes for Smart911 upgrades after tragedy:

July 7, 2018

By Gluing Fiber to the Ground, Startup Thinks It Can Slash Broadband Installation Costs for Local Government:

June 22, 2018

City-Owned ISP Captures Title of Fastest in the Nation:

May 6, 2018

After a Broadband Utility Plan Failed, Michigan Towns Are Getting High-Speed Service:

April 29, 2018

Aleksandr Kogan: The link between Cambridge Analytica and Facebook:

April 25, 2018

Kansas Governor Signs Bill Creating Task Force to Bring Broadband to Every Corner of the State:

April 25, 2018

Idaho Counties Consider Banding Together to Buy New Fiber Optic Network:

April 13, 2018

Today's TED Talk - How we need to remake the internet:

April 12, 2018

Maine Towns Put Up Cash for Better Internet Service:

April 11, 2018

Facebook says it will not extend GDPR privacy protections beyond EU:

April 11, 2018

Blimp-like SuperTowers Will Bring Broadband to Rural Areas:

April 9, 2018

Rural Broadband's Only Hope: Thinking Outside the Box?:

April 6, 2018

Help Missoula Community Access Television plan for the Future-please give us your input!:

April 6, 2018

Tribes lead the way for faster internet access in New Mexico:

April 5, 2018

How a rural electric co-op connected a community:

April 3, 2018

Ajit Pai faces heat over proposal to take away poor people's broadband plans:

April 1, 2018

CBS Sunday Morning News - Overload: How technology is bringing us too much information:

March 31, 2018

How to download your Google data and what you'll find:

March 30, 2018

FTC regains jurisdiction over broadband providers :

March 30, 2018

SpaceX gains official approval to launch high-speed satellite Internet service:

March 30, 2018

San Francisco Aims to Close the Digital Divide with Citywide Fiber Project:

March 21, 2018

Google announces plan to combat spread of misinformation:

March 8, 2018

For Two Months, I Got My News From Print Newspapers. Here's What I Learned.:

March 7, 2018

Electric Company Looks to Bring High-Speed Internet to Rural Area:

March 6, 2018

Rural Communities Take Broadband Into Their Own Hands:

February 19, 2018

SpaceX wants to beam Internet down to Earth. Here's how it will start.:

February 16, 2018

Elon Musk's SpaceX wants to be America's next broadband provider:

February 10, 2018

How some cities are attracting 5G investments ahead of others:

February 10, 2018

How Can the U.S. Improve Internet Security, Speed and Access?:

February 2, 2018

Behind kerfuffle over a 'nationalized 5G network,' real US-China concerns:

January 29, 2018

Trump could make 5G mobile network a government-run network:

January 20, 2018

Want To Topple Telecom Oligopolies? Support Locally Owned Broadband:

January 17, 2018

High-Speed Internet 'Transformational' for Rural New York:

January 17, 2018

FCC chairman proposes $500 million in funding for rural broadband:

January 8, 2018

The current state of broadband Internet access in rural Montana:

January 7, 2018

The Looming Digital Meltdown - "It is past time to panic.":

January 3, 2018

New coalition to bring more internet to rural America:

December 18, 2017

In rural America, building the internet for everyone has stalled:

December 17, 2017

Koch Brothers Are Cities' New Obstacle to Building Broadband:

December 14, 2017

These 15 Billionaires Own America's News Media Companies:

December 13, 2017

The Montana Telecommunications Association's Position on Net Neutrality:

December 12, 2017

The 'Alt-Right' Created a Parallel Internet. It's an Unholy Mess.:

December 11, 2017

Centennial, Colorado's new gigabit internet service that's not Comcast breaks ground next week:

December 6, 2017

Telemedicine Could Trump Economic Development for Driving Community Broadband:

December 2, 2017

Rural America Is Building High-Speed Internet the Same Way It Built Electricity in the 1930s:

November 30, 2017

How 41 People in Lithuania Took Over Your Facebook Feed:

November 30, 2017

Verizon to launch 5G residential broadband services in up to 5 markets in 2018:

November 28, 2017

Louisville, Ky., Expects Google Fiber to Boost Economic Development, Digital Inclusion:

November 28, 2017

Lexington, Ky., Set to Become a Gigabit City:

November 28, 2017

Meet the People Building Their Own Internet in Detroit:

November 23, 2017

Wondering if the Russians reached you over Facebook? You can soon find out.:

November 18, 2017

Phone companies get new tools to block spam calls:

November 18, 2017

FCC scales back broadband program for low-income Americans:

November 16, 2017

Wave Broadband brings gigabit-speed internet to all customers in Washington, Oregon, California :

November 15, 2017

FCC Proposal Will Let Carriers Provide Worse Broadband, Advocates Say:

November 9, 2017

Rural Trump Voters About to Be Screwed by FCC:

November 9, 2017

Tech companies pushed for net neutrality. Now Sen. Al Franken wants to turn it on them.:

November 6, 2017

How Verizon and Comcast are working to ensure states don't pass their own net neutrality bills:

November 1, 2017

Governor Brown Signs Internet for All Law:

October 27, 2017

Colorado Divide: Broadband gaps threaten to leave rural areas in the dust of digital age:

October 26, 2017

San Francisco Just Took a Huge Step Toward Internet Utopia:

October 20, 2017

City-Owned Internet Network May Become a Reality for San Francisco:

October 19, 2017

'Rate your experience at Albertsons' your phone says. How did they know you were there?:

October 13, 2017

Rural companies connecting neighbors through New York state broadband program:

September 30, 2017

Democrats are pushing a $40 billion plan to bring the best Internet access to rural America:

September 22, 2017

New Report Details Gaps in Broadband Subscription Rates Across Country:

September 22, 2017

Your Internet isn't getting any faster, but the government might soon call it 'high-speed' anyway:

September 7, 2017

This Sinclair-Tribune Merger Is a Rotten Deal for America:

September 6, 2017

American Bar Association Legal Fact Check website launched to help public sort fact from fiction:

September 5, 2017

When annoying ads hijack your internet browser, here is how to shut them down:

September 2, 2017

FCC's Broken Comments System Could Help Doom Net Neutrality:

September 1, 2017

Apple's call for 'strong' net neutrality rules is a hint about the future of its business:

August 25, 2017

Senator Gillibrand announces legislation to bring broadband connections to rural areas:

August 16, 2017

Who has the right to rule? Montana tech companies push Congress for rules protecting open Internet:

August 10, 2017

Montana Internet providers urge Tester, Daines to back net neutrality:

August 8, 2017

Governor Bullock Announces Enhanced Communications Infrastructure for Montana's First Responders:

August 3, 2017

Senators introduce bipartisan bill to bring high speed wireless to rural America:

August 3, 2017

Senators introduce bipartisan bill to bring high speed wireless to rural America:

July 11, 2017

Microsoft wants to close broadband gap in rural USA:

July 8, 2017

Kremlin documents suggest link between cyber giant Kaspersky Lab and Russia spy agency FSB:

July 4, 2017

I'm Suing New York City to Loosen Verizon's Iron Grip:

June 25, 2017

How to delete yourself from the Internet:

June 22, 2017

We're one step closer to getting cheaper, faster Internet from space:

June 22, 2017

"Nobody Speak" - Billionaires want to enlist you in their secret plans to take down the press:

June 19, 2017

Senators Introduce Bipartisan Rural Broadband Bill:

June 16, 2017

Netflix, joining next month's net neutrality protest, says it will 'never outgrow' the fight:

June 10, 2017

Four States to Build Out Rural Broadband Infrastructure with Federal Grant Money:

June 4, 2017

Theresa May renews her call for internet regulation following the London Bridge attack - Tech firms react:

May 31, 2017

Successful Pilot Prompts Fiber Optic Expansion in Prince George County, Va.:

May 27, 2017

Louisville, Ky.'s Gigabit Experience Center Brings Fiber Connection Speeds to 'Network Connectivity Desert':

May 26, 2017

Seeing Past Light Poles: Plotting a Smart City Strategy for Energy and Connectivity:

May 19, 2017

Hey Startups, It's Your Duty to Fight for Net Neutrality:

May 18, 2017

Guess who paved the way for the FCC to pave the way for Sinclair Broadcast Group to buy Missoula's KECI--and 55 other stations? :

May 13, 2017

How to remove Facebook from your life and never miss a social beat:

May 9, 2017

John Oliver and Net Neutrality and the FCC -

May 9, 2017

Sinclair warned its viewers about the media's 'fake news.' Now it's about to take over some of the nation's biggest stations.:

May 8, 2017

Comcast upgrades home networking with Xfinity xFi:

May 6, 2017

Did Net neutrality keep broadband out of low-income neighborhoods, as FCC claims?:

May 6, 2017

Here's how you should really use Google Docs:

May 5, 2017

Rural internet providers applaud FCC move to kill net neutrality rules:

April 28, 2017

What's Your Favorite Podcast and Why?:

April 27, 2017

Why Your Next Wi-Fi Setup Should Be a Mesh Network:

April 26, 2017

Internet firms gearing up for a fight over 'net neutrality':

April 25, 2017

Verizon launches near-gigabit speed Fios, rivaling Google Fiber - Comcast offers Utah customers 1-Gig internet:

April 19, 2017

The FCC Is Leading Us Toward Catastrophe:

April 10, 2017

'60 Minutes' What is "brain hacking"? Tech insiders on why you should care:

April 3, 2017

Don't get fooled again by bogus links, bots and pure bunk. Here's how.:

April 2, 2017

What's the best way to back up your phone?:

March 30, 2017

UW professor: The information war is real, and we're losing it:

March 29, 2017

The House just voted to wipe away the FCC's landmark Internet privacy protections:

March 23, 2017

Phone Companies Will Soon Banish Robocalls. For Real This Time:

March 22, 2017

How Facebook's Big Bet on Video Could Change TV:

March 11, 2017

The World Wide Web's inventor warns it's in peril on 28th anniversary:

March 6, 2017

The Road to 5G Starts With Home Broadband:

March 6, 2017

The Missoulian and Ravalli Republic pull the plug on online comments:

March 5, 2017

The FCC Helped Make the Internet Great: Now, It's Walking Away:

March 2, 2017

FCC: Your ISP Doesn't Have to Protect You From Hackers:

March 1, 2017

The Amazon S3 Outage Is What Happens When One Site Hosts Too Much of the Internet:

February 28, 2017

Here's why the internet isn't working today:

February 24, 2017

Broadband Internet Can Help Rural Communities Connect -- If They Use It:

February 23, 2017

Google's wireless gigabit broadband is coming to Denver - no trench digging required:

February 16, 2017

How to Find the Cheapest Wireless Plan:

February 16, 2017

New 5G Wireless Will Increase Need for Fiber, not Reduce It:

February 5, 2017

The FCC is stopping 9 companies from providing federally subsidized Internet to the poor:

February 1, 2017

AT&T plans to deliver fast Internet over power poles - Project AirGig:

January 30, 2017

Gov. Haslam broadband plan offers $45M in grants, incentives:

January 18, 2017

FCC chair: 'Nobody safe' if GOP undoes net neutrality:

January 13, 2017

BOC Progress Report and Announcing the Broadband Interagency Working Group:

January 11, 2017

Elusive high-speed internet sprouts in rural Tennessee:

January 11, 2017

'Borrowing' the Internet: Library Program Lets Patrons Take Access Home:

January 10, 2017

40,944 Members of Montana's Tribal Population Have No Access to Fixed Broadband:

January 6, 2017

The real story about broadband in rural Montana:

January 6, 2017

Mixing It Up: Communities Get Behind Hybrid Broadband Systems:

January 6, 2017

Montana's broadband network growing at unprecedented pace, transforming rural communities:

January 6, 2017

Broadband MT - Conquering Montana's Divide:

January 6, 2017

Don't Gut Net Neutrality. It's Good for People and Business:

December 30, 2016

Where to Donate to Protect the Internet in 2017:

December 30, 2016

How Amazon, Google, and Facebook Will Bring Down Telcos:

December 26, 2016

Sen. Capito urges Trump to include broadband expansion in infrastructure plans:

December 22, 2016

Canada declares 'high-speed' internet essential for quality of life:

December 14, 2016

Sprint aiming for 1 gigabit-per-second speeds:

December 10, 2016

Solana Beach, Calif., to Test Smart Water App:

December 4, 2016

Inside the newsroom: The view from the Netherlands may keep us on the right track:

December 2, 2016

The Fight For Rural Broadband:

November 25, 2016

Russian propaganda effort helped spread 'fake news' during election, experts say:

November 22, 2016

Fake news, ads dupe Internet-savvy students, study finds:

November 22, 2016

Net neutrality, beloved by Netflix, looks headed for the ax under Trump:

November 22, 2016

Comcast speed boost goes live for most subscribers -- but you have to activate it:

November 18, 2016

TED Ideas worth spreading - Beware "Online Filter" Bubbles:

November 17, 2016

SpaceX just took another step toward delivering superfast Internet from space:

November 10, 2016

Colorado Municipalities Vote to Take Back Control of Broadband:

November 10, 2016

How Donald Trump could dismantle net neutrality and the rest of Obama's Internet legacy:

November 9, 2016

Lake Oswego votes against city-backed internet service:

October 27, 2016

Why Google Fiber is no longer rolling out to new cities:

October 24, 2016

Stand-Alone Broadband: Will Rural Users Still Pay Twice What Urban Users Pay?:

October 13, 2016

Tech Companies Expect Free High-Speed Internet for Poorer Americans to Pay Off Later:

October 8, 2016

Facebook is talking to the White House about giving you 'free' Internet.:

September 29, 2016

Google's Got a Plan to Unify the World's Wi-Fi Hotspots:

September 22, 2016

Farmers Need to Demand Better Broadband:

September 21, 2016

AT&T's AirGig project to test high-speed Wi-Fi delivery over power lines:

September 3, 2016

U.S. Senate Candidate Campaigns for Internet as a Utility:

September 3, 2016

Cutting the cord gets easier with Sling TV, DirecTV Now, other alternatives to cable:

September 1, 2016

FCC Won't Appeal Sixth Circuit Court's Decision on Municipal Broadband:

September 1, 2016

The Downside of Rural Broadband:

August 30, 2016

Broadband Law Could Force Rural Residents Off Information Superhighway:

August 26, 2016

Broadband may be key to revitalizing rural Main Streets:

August 24, 2016

Google Fiber to launch service to first wave of Salt Lake City residents:

August 12, 2016

$1.2M grant to help Fort Peck, Billings Clinic provide telemedicine services:

August 11, 2016

Win for Telecom Giants as Court Puts Dagger in Municipal Broadband:

August 11, 2016

Google to secretly test wireless internet delivery in Silicon Valley cities where Google Fiber is delayed:

August 9, 2016

Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook plans commercial launch of rural WiFi:

August 8, 2016

How to Give Rural America Broadband? Look to the Early 1900s:

August 8, 2016

Building a competitive broadband marketplace for rural America:

July 22, 2016

Facebook's internet-broadcasting drone takes to the skies for the first time:

July 22, 2016

Facebook Moves One Step Closer to Light-Based Wireless Communication:

July 19, 2016

Google Fiber no longer a moonshot -- it's a 'real business':

July 17, 2016

How to really erase all personal data from your laptop, tablet, or phone:

July 15, 2016

Google's Project Fi Wireless Service Is Crazy Cheap and Now Available to Everyone. But Should You Switch?:

July 14, 2016

Senate Broadband Caucus Formed:

June 24, 2016

Google Fiber Expands Gigabit Rollout With Webpass Buy:

June 9, 2016

Farm Bill Broadband Loans a little-known rural K-12 connectivity option:

June 9, 2016

A Model for Closing the Digital Divide?:

June 8, 2016

Google gets 'serious' about beaming wireless broadband into homes:

May 23, 2016

This Native-owned company's new business line is aimed at a $2 billion tribal nations broadband market:

May 16, 2016

Broadband service tends to stop at the poverty line in the US:

May 14, 2016

Why a staggering number of Americans have stopped using the Internet the way they used to:

May 13, 2016

Fiber Optic Network in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., Could be Fastest in U.S.:

May 12, 2016

Libraries Lend Themselves to Broadband Partnerships, Access:

May 3, 2016

AT&T offering $5 internet to low-income families:

May 3, 2016

Anchorage Firm Outlines Plans to Bring Broadband to Five Alaska Communities:

April 30, 2016

Gunning for Google, Comcast Preps Gigabit Internet That Works With Regular Cable:

April 25, 2016

Wishbone app speaks to young teens:

April 14, 2016

Montana has among the slowest broadband access speeds in the country.:

April 5, 2016

These labels let you compare Internet plans like you do with cereal or deli meats:

April 5, 2016

High-Speed Internet Disparities Hurt College Chances, Study Finds :

March 18, 2016

How to Watch Live TV Online and eliminate the cable subscription racket:

March 15, 2016

Help requested to replace my Charter Communications TV/Internet/Land Line Account:

March 10, 2016

Google's 'Project Fi' Opens $20 Unlimited Talk, Text to Everyone:

March 6, 2016

The Future of Wi-Fi Is 10,000 Times More Energy Efficient:

March 3, 2016

Today, a person's full participation in the economy and civic life requires connectivity.:

March 1, 2016

Net Neutrality Is in More Danger Than Ever:

February 25, 2016

Google's AMP Is Speeding Up the Web By Changing How It Works:

February 17, 2016

Apple: A Message to Our Customers:

February 13, 2016

How to opt out of data collection on, Great Falls Tribune and other Gannett Publications:

February 10, 2016

Senator Daines' high speed Internet letter draws critics:

February 7, 2016

The Feds Have to Act to Get America Faster Wi-Fi:

February 6, 2016

San Francisco's Super Bowl 50 Tech Upgrades Produce Stronger Long-Term Wi-Fi Infrastructure for Citizens:

February 5, 2016

Congressional Rural Broadband Caucus Launches - Competitive Carriers Call It 'Important Step':

February 5, 2016

FCC chief: Internet subsidies for poor coming in 'not too distant future':

February 4, 2016

Google Fiber's plan to give free Internet to the poor:

January 31, 2016

Alaska's Outrageous Internet Overcharger; Customers Paying Up to $1,200 in Overlimit Fees:

January 30, 2016

Google Fiber may be looking to add phone services:

January 29, 2016

9 Skype Alternatives Worth Considering:

January 27, 2016

Six Senators Including Sen. Steve Daines Want To Slow Down High-Speed Internet:

January 25, 2016

You Need a Password Manager. Here Are Some Good One:

January 21, 2016

Montana's Darby School District signs contract with the Zayo Group to significantly improve Internet speeds:

January 20, 2016

Inside Facebook's Ambitious Plan to Connect the Whole World :

December 30, 2015

2016 Could See Google Challenge WhatsApp With Chat Bots:

December 8, 2015

HUD's Castro partners with tech companies to close digital divide:

December 8, 2015

AT&T: Big three Bay Area cities to soon get gigabit Internet service:

December 4, 2015

The Biggest Victim of Weekly Newspapers' Demise: Good Government:

December 2, 2015

Farewell to Flash, sort of: Adobe dropping Flash name in newest creation tool:

November 30, 2015

Senator Angus King Wants Transparency in Federal Broadband Grants:

November 29, 2015

Google, Facebook in race to build high-altitude aircraft:

November 26, 2015

Will Google's parent test Project Loon in the U.S.?:

November 16, 2015

'Anonymous' hackers declare war on Islamic State:

November 15, 2015

It's Way Too Easy to Hack the Hospital:

November 13, 2015

Congress Seeks to Bolster Nation's Broadband:

November 10, 2015

Americans are paying more for broadband speed but getting less - one of the biggest rackets of the telecom world:

November 5, 2015

Today's TED Talk Harald Haas: A breakthrough new kind of wireless Internet :

November 3, 2015

Legendary Inventor Steve Perlman Inks Deal to Test 'Personal' Cell Networks that are billed as being 1,000 times faster than those we use today:

October 30, 2015

Time Warner Cable plans for TV on the Internet:

October 16, 2015

Advertisers admit it: 'We messed up' the Web:

October 14, 2015

FCC chief Wheeler and Senator Tester talk about broadening access to high-speed Internet in Montana:

October 14, 2015

How to stop Facebook targeted ads and tracking:

October 13, 2015

Senator Tester launches #ConnectMT initiative, brings FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler to Montana:

October 7, 2015

Universal Broadband: How Can Barriers to Access Be Overcome?:

October 4, 2015

Bozeman one step closer to being better connected to the world:

October 2, 2015

$3.85 Million Secured for New Broadband Network That Will Improve Speeds, Costs, and Redundancy in Bozeman:

October 1, 2015

Google's Cell Service Could Snare All the Major Carriers:

September 28, 2015

Net neutrality could become the biggest face-off on corporate speech since Citizens United:

September 25, 2015

Broadband Inches Toward Utility Status:

September 25, 2015

A Model For A Competitive Broadband Market - Broadband Inches Toward Utility Status:

September 25, 2015

Study: Montana finally meets national Internet access rates:

September 13, 2015

Montana group talks of years-long struggle over CenturyLink phone service - David versus Goliath:

September 3, 2015

A new app that lets users friends 'virtually walk them home at night' is exploding in popularity:

August 31, 2015

Google will alert you to severe weather:

August 28, 2015

Nearly 2,000 Butte residents among those revealed in Ashley Madison hack:

August 28, 2015

Here's How Brazil Is Giving Every Citizen Free Mobile Data:

August 26, 2015

Montana Settles with CenturyLink on Maintenance, Broadband:

August 26, 2015

Internet Radio Is Fixing to Make a Comeback:

August 25, 2015

Wisconsin Gives Millions to Broadband Providers for Rural Expansion:

August 24, 2015

Broad Agenda (Including Broadband Services) For Economic Affairs Meeting, 8/31- 9/1, Helena, Montana:

August 13, 2015

Verizon's new, experimental FiOS service is 10 times faster than Google Fiber:

August 6, 2015

Helena provider The Montana Internet Corporation plans to bring Internet to Radersburg, Montana:

August 1, 2015

Verizon strike possible as contract deadline looms:

July 31, 2015

Facebook reveals plans for drone-based Internet in the sky:

July 21, 2015

Minnesota's Rural Broadband Development a Game Changer:

July 20, 2015

Senator Tester hails $30 million for Triangle Telephone to improve broadband in central Montana:

July 18, 2015

Web 2.0 (and Beyond): Developing the Next Generation of Connectivity:

July 15, 2015

President Obama to announce high-speed Internet help for homes:

July 15, 2015

Flash. Must. Die. - Google, Mozilla Disable Flash Over Security Concerns :

July 8, 2015

The most remarkable feature of Google's new cell service:

July 4, 2015

We've finally hit the breaking point for the original Internet:

June 19, 2015

The FCC just gave consumers the right to block annoying robocalls:

June 17, 2015

Senator Tester: $6.8 Million to Expand Broadband in NW Montana:

June 17, 2015

Los Angeles Seeks Vendors For Five-Year Citywide Gigabit Project:

June 15, 2015

Court Ruling Clears Way For Net Neutrality Rules To Take Effect On Friday, 6/19:

June 8, 2015

Wi-Fi That Charges Your Gadgets Is Closer Than You Think:

June 3, 2015

Fatbeam spotlighted by FCC for Creating Competitive Fiber Options for Rural Communities:

June 3, 2015

Google's plan to spread the Internet with massive balloons is coming to America:

June 2, 2015

Google tries to demystify privacy controls with new approach:

June 1, 2015

Steve Case: Get ready, the Internet is about to change again. Here's how.:

May 31, 2015

Why Helping the Poor Pay for Broadband Is Good for Us All - FCC Aims to Overhaul Phone Subsidy Program to Cover Broadband:

May 28, 2015

F.C.C. Chief Seeks Broadband Plan to Aid the Poor:

May 20, 2015

China to spend US$193 billion on boosting internet speeds in push for service-led economy:

May 7, 2015

Montana Opticom - Some of the fastest internet service in the state coming to Belgrade, Montana - Career Opportunites Available:

May 5, 2015

Commission endorses Bozeman Fiber optic nonprofit to increase high-speed Internet:

April 24, 2015

Cablevision actually wants you to cut the cord:

April 22, 2015

Google unveils Fi, new wireless service:

April 21, 2015

How DMAchoice Can Help You Manage Junk Mail:

April 18, 2015

TV of the future--all on demand?:

April 17, 2015

Verizon to offer custom pay TV with monthly programming bundles:

April 9, 2015

Can phone companies do more to block robocalls?:

April 9, 2015

Hello Facebook! WhatsApp voice calling a threat to telecoms:

April 7, 2015

Google's Plan to Keep You Online All the Time:

April 3, 2015

Comcast's new Internet service is twice as fast as Google Fiber:

March 31, 2015

Why the cable industry should fear Verizon's streaming video app:

March 31, 2015

AT&T launches ultrafast Internet service in Cupertino:

March 26, 2015

Media world challenge: People love news, but won't pay for it:

March 24, 2015

Senator Tester introduces legislation to improve phone service for rural families and small businesses:

March 18, 2015

Apple Is Out to Blow Up the Cable TV Model:

March 16, 2015

Live-streaming apps dominate buzz at South by Southwest:

March 11, 2015

How Google's wireless service could push down everyone's cellphone bill:

February 13, 2015

The $125 Fix for Slow Wi-Fi:

February 7, 2015

Google is serious about taking on telecom. Here's why it'll win.:

February 6, 2015

Fiber Optic Internet From Treasure State Internet - Pre-register for up to 1 Gbps in your home or office:

February 3, 2015

New York Doubles Down on Broadband Expansion:

February 1, 2015

Verizon Will Let Customers Sidestep Its Privacy-Killing 'Perma-Cookie':

January 31, 2015

This Guy Found a Way to Block Robocalls When Phone Companies Wouldn't:

January 30, 2015

The FCC has set a new, faster definition for broadband:

January 28, 2015

No need for speed: Cable industry opposes 25Mbps broadband definition - Normal people don't need 25Mbps down or 3Mbps up, cable lobby says.:

January 28, 2015

Google Fiber Expands to 18 Cities in American Southeast:

January 27, 2015

How the cable industry is trying to reshape the economics of the Internet:

January 23, 2015

Missoula YouTube star Hank Green interviews President Obama:

January 22, 2015

Cory Booker's introducing a bill to help cities build their own, public Internet services:

January 20, 2015

Sprint's Net Neutrality Reversal Shows How Bad Things Are for ISPs:

January 20, 2015

U.S. Ag Chief Urges Rural Areas to Go High-Speed - Funding Available:

January 20, 2015

Four ways Obama's cybersecurity push could help you:

January 19, 2015

Firefox Update Includes Built-In Video Calling:

January 18, 2015

Elon Musk's Plan to Build a Space Internet:

January 9, 2015

The number of Americans lacking broadband could soon go up. That's a good thing.:

January 9, 2015

Kentucky Launches Public-Private Broadband Initiative:

December 31, 2014

Laser Breakthrough Could Amp Up Internet Speeds:

December 23, 2014

Decatur, Ala., May Offer Downtown Wi-Fi:

December 18, 2014

USDA Seeks Applications for Grants to Help Finance Rural Broadband:

December 17, 2014

Skype Real-Time Language Translator Preview Goes Live:

December 16, 2014

Advocates push for public fiber network in Bozeman:

December 12, 2014

How Facebook Knows When Its Ads Influence Your Offline Purchases:

December 12, 2014

App introduces automatic password changer:

December 8, 2014

Google ditching CAPTCHA for 'I'm not a robot' checkbox:

December 8, 2014

Can Broadband Reforms Reduce Rural Poverty?:

December 7, 2014

What was the internet like 20 years ago? Watch this [VIDEO]:

December 5, 2014

In the 'global struggle for Internet freedom,' the Internet is losing, report finds:

November 30, 2014

Net Neutrality: 6 reasons why economic developers should care:

November 28, 2014

Solar-powered stick connects to the internet even when it's offline:

November 26, 2014

California Research & Education Network Gets 100-Gigabit Upgrade:

November 26, 2014

Three-quarters of Americans don't know this basic fact about the Internet:

November 20, 2014

Rural Americans should be pleased with President Obama's recent call to preserve network neutrality.:

November 18, 2014

WeWork Commons - New Social Network Is a Lot Like LinkedIn, Only Actually Useful:

November 17, 2014

Triple Play deals can be ditched for a-la-carte bundle:

November 17, 2014

Wiper app promises you can delete online data when you want:

November 15, 2014

The Simple Question Nobody's Asking About Net Neutrality:

November 14, 2014

Obama to push for more Internet access in schools:

November 13, 2014

US privacy confidence at new low, survey indicates:

November 11, 2014

Elon Musk Confirms SpaceX Is Building Internet Satellites :

November 10, 2014

Obama Urges F.C.C. to Adopt Strict Rules on Net Neutrality:

November 5, 2014

Closing the Digital Divide: Will Technological Advancement Provide the Solution?:

November 4, 2014

Broadband Expands Into Rural America, But How Many Will Adopt?:

November 3, 2014

Editorial - Verizon Wireless crosses the privacy line on Web browsing:

November 3, 2014

The basic truth about internet access that cable & phone companies don't want you to know:

November 2, 2014

Digital divide exacerbates US inequality:

November 2, 2014

Why the U.S. Has Fallen Behind in Internet Speed and Affordability:

October 31, 2014

The Cliff and the Slope of Internet Access in America:

October 30, 2014

How Facebook Could End Up Controlling Everything You Watch and Read Online:

October 29, 2014

Hackers Are Using Gmail Drafts to Update Their Malware and Steal Data:

October 29, 2014

USB stick makes any computer anonymous and secure:

October 28, 2014

How Nebraska Built a Network with the Lowest Internet Costs:

October 23, 2014

How Twitter and Google want to move beyond the password:

October 19, 2014

Stop worrying about mastermind hackers. Start worrying about the IT guy.:

October 17, 2014

Privacy Router Anonabox Gets $600K in Crowdfunding--And Huge Backlash:

October 15, 2014

HBO to stream shows on Web, no cable TV required:

October 15, 2014

Router Makes You Anonymous Online, Skirts Censorship - Kickstarter Project:

October 13, 2014

Internet 2025: Blazing Speeds to Bring Future Tech:

October 9, 2014

Google's Schmidt: Surveillance fears are 'going to end up breaking the Internet':

October 7, 2014

Big phone companies are racing to abandon old copper networks. The FCC says, 'not so fast.':

October 5, 2014

Half of Offline Americans Live in Rural:

October 4, 2014

Marriott fined $600,000 for jamming guests' personal Wi-Fi networks:

September 26, 2014

Lack of Water and Energy Efficiency Is a Problem for Rural Broadband:

September 25, 2014

Will the FCC Vacate State Broadband Restrictions?:

September 21, 2014

Gartner Says a Typical Family Home Could Contain More Than 500 Smart Devices by 2022:

September 18, 2014

Middle-School Dropout Codes Clever Chat Program That Foils NSA Spying - Ricochet:

September 16, 2014

Share your insights today in the Bozeman Area Broadband Internet Survey:

September 14, 2014

Katasi - New Device Stops Incoming Calls and Texting While Driving:

September 12, 2014

Stanford engineers aim to connect the world with ant-sized radios:

September 8, 2014

The Master Switch: The Rise and Fall of Information Empires :

September 6, 2014

Two Cities With Blazing Internet Speed Search for a Killer App:

September 1, 2014

Chattanooga's High-Speed Broadband Brings High-Stakes Battle Over Fiber-Optic Expansion:

August 21, 2014

Tribal Libraries Lack Broadband Access:

August 12, 2014

I'm Native American and a 'poster-child' for no Internet access:

August 12, 2014

The Challenges of Broadband in Rural Libraries:

August 9, 2014

Answer: Montana ranks 4th from the bottom - Question: Which U.S. state has the fastest Internet speed?:

August 5, 2014

New sites help you avoid wimpy hotel WiFi:

July 31, 2014

Verizon's slowing down data for some of its heaviest users. And the FCC is calling them out on it.:

July 25, 2014

FCC serves notice to Internet service providers on speeds:

July 18, 2014

Seattle Considering Municipal Broadband:

July 18, 2014

A Quick Way to Build a Wireless Network:

July 16, 2014

Rural Broadband Internet Service Growing in Wisconsin :

July 16, 2014

Social-media and online giants Amazon, Facebook, Google and Twitter back net neutrality plan:

July 15, 2014

The Man Who'll Stop at Nothing to Bring Free Internet to the World:

July 13, 2014

Blue Cross Blue Shield Montana gets top speed:

July 10, 2014

Sen. Al Franken accuses AT&T of 'skirting' net neutrality rules:

July 8, 2014

The big city library as Internet provider:

July 3, 2014

Google's first "right to be forgotten" moves spark outrage over court order:

July 2, 2014

Butte, Montana's fiber optic line reels in first new business, Hoplite, to take advantage of new network:

July 2, 2014

Vodafone to Use Electricity Poles to Roll Out Irish Fibre Network:

June 26, 2014

Speak Your Piece: Competition and Fair Play - The FCC:

June 25, 2014

A First Step for Raising the Speed on Maine's Information Superhighway:

June 24, 2014

Minnesota-Wide Broadband Goal Unlikely to be Met by 2015:

June 22, 2014

Google's Internet balloons not just pie in the sky:

June 22, 2014

Verizon Says It Wants to Kill Net Neutrality to Help Blind, Deaf, and Disabled People:

June 13, 2014

Your home Wi-Fi for public use:

June 13, 2014

3 Tech Enhancements to Current Networks That Could Render the Net Neutrality Debate Obsolete:

June 12, 2014

San Francisco Becomes First U.S. City to Offer Encrypted Wi-Fi:

June 12, 2014

Box CEO: Balkanization of the Internet Would Be 'Incredibly Bad':

June 4, 2014

John Oliver hammers FCC on net neutraility:

May 28, 2014

Microsoft To Launch Real-Time Translation Through Skype:

May 27, 2014

At the End of the Line - Unregulated Monopolies and Modern-day Communications:

May 23, 2014

USDA Announces Funding for Advanced Communications Technology in Rural Areas:

May 22, 2014

Facebook Will Soon Detect What You're Watching and Listening To:

May 21, 2014

Bozeman picks vendor for broadband planning:

May 20, 2014

What the AT&T, DirecTV deal would mean for consumers - Rising pay-TV rates could play role in merger debates:

May 16, 2014

Websites Throttle FCC Staffers to Protest Gutting of Net Neutrality:

May 16, 2014

The Days of Fast Internet For All May Be Over:

May 15, 2014

FCC approves plan to consider paid priority on Internet:

May 13, 2014

Our Smartphones Are Making Live TV Better Than Ever:

April 30, 2014

What "net neutrality" means to rural America.:

April 29, 2014

Microsoft stops charging for Skype group video calling:

April 28, 2014

Google may offer Wi-Fi for cities with its Google Fiber:

April 24, 2014

FCC proposes allowing streamers to strike ISP deals:

April 23, 2014

These Satellite Gadgets Will Save Your Butt in the Backcountry:

April 14, 2014

Montrose, Colorado Approves Public Networks:

April 8, 2014

Montana Senator JonTester doubles down to improve rural phone service:

April 2, 2014

Sprint Announces Rural Initiative:

March 25, 2014

LA doctors practice speeding up trauma care:

March 22, 2014

A report card on the nation's 4-year-old broadband plan -- from the man who wrote it:

March 22, 2014

Qualcomm's geolocation technology a 'game changer':

March 13, 2014

Sprint Chief: U.S. Internet Speeds Are "Horrible" -- Even Sprint's. I Can Fix That. (Video):

March 13, 2014

Bozeman advances broadband plan:

March 13, 2014

Happy 25th Birthday to the World Wide Web!:

March 11, 2014

Here's How Comcast Plans to Rule American Cable and Internet:

March 7, 2014

MTA Announces ConnectMT™ Gigabit Goal for Montana Schools, Libraries and Anchor Institutions:

March 4, 2014

Small Towns Can Have Big Internet Access:

March 4, 2014

Susan Crawford on Why Our Internet Access Is Slow, Costly and Unfair:

March 4, 2014

Google's Eric Schmidt talks about power and limits of Internet:

March 2, 2014

AT&T is testing its next-gen phone network on rural areas and retirees:

February 26, 2014

How Ammon, Idaho, Builds Digital Roads:

February 26, 2014

FCC Releases Broadband Speed App for iPhone:

February 24, 2014

Analyst: Google Fiber Could Put Carriers Out of Business:

February 23, 2014

This Man Says He Can Speed Cell Data 1,000-Fold. Will Carriers Listen?:

February 20, 2014

Google Asks for Local Help as It Broadens Fiber Rollout:

February 15, 2014

Bozeman prepares to advance broadband plan:

February 14, 2014

Why the Comcast-Time Warner Deal Is Far More Dangerous Than You Think - Comcast deal a blow to Apple TV and Netflix :

February 13, 2014

Triangle Announces New Connected Community Challenge:

February 12, 2014

Google working on 10 gigabit Internet speeds:

February 10, 2014

Mozilla Is Shelling Out $300K to Help Develop Super-Fast Internet:

February 5, 2014

FCC to Launch Rural Broadband Trials:

February 5, 2014

Cable co. blames "misinformation" for failure of municipal Internet ban:

February 2, 2014

Companies back fast Internet-in-schools initiative:

February 1, 2014

Kansas moves to Stop Broadband Internet to residents:

January 31, 2014

The FCC is 'beta testing' a next-gen telephone network:

January 25, 2014

Google Fiber launches unique service in Provo, Utah:

January 24, 2014

Making Montana Wired - Sluggish Internet speed a hinderance to statewide economy:

January 21, 2014

Butte schools' fiber optics switch featured in nationwide magazine:

January 15, 2014

Say goodbye to the Internet we've known:

January 10, 2014

Three insane ways marketers will reach you in the future:

January 2, 2014

Love blooms on dating website for farmers -

December 30, 2013

U.S. Struggles to Keep Pace in Delivering Broadband Service:

December 1, 2013

Ultrafast broadband connects rural America to the world:

November 18, 2013

Cutting-edge high speed internet connectivity arrives in Butte, Montana:

November 13, 2013

Millions in U.S. still lack Internet access:

November 6, 2013

The 'Telecom Cartels':

November 2, 2013

Sooner or later, your wireless carrier will become just a glorified ISP:

November 1, 2013

Senator Tester secures victory for rural phone service:

October 18, 2013

Comcast launching more than 1,000 Wi-Fi hotspots in Utah:

October 17, 2013

Connecting California: Will New Broadband Funding Help Narrow the Digital Divide?:

October 13, 2013

The Dark Web, explained:

October 3, 2013

Facebook Pushes Passwords One Step Closer to Death:

October 2, 2013

AT&T Unveils Plan to Challenge Google's Super-Speed Internet:

September 26, 2013

White House Launches 3 Tools to Quicken Broadband Deployment:

September 17, 2013

Montana Resources, Washington Corp. giving $250,000 for fiber optic network in Butte:

September 10, 2013

Appeals court skeptical of FCC's Internet access rules:

September 9, 2013

A Map Of Who's Got The Best (And Worst) Internet Connections In The U.S.:

September 3, 2013

One in Five Americans Still Lack Any Broadband Access:

September 2, 2013

Internet Access In Montana - "What we have here is a failure to communicate":

August 29, 2013

Let's dump WebEx and GoToMeeting for hosting web conferences:

August 28, 2013

U.S. Tightens Grip on Telecom :

August 21, 2013

Zuckerberg announces coalition to make Internet available for all:

August 13, 2013

Comcast expands low-cost Internet plan, ups speed:

August 12, 2013

Public-private partnerships will close rural broadband gap:

August 6, 2013

Stop the Presses: A New Press Lord Appears - Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos :

July 30, 2013

Senator Tester scores another victory for rural internet access:

July 30, 2013

Utah has fastest Internet in the West, report says:

July 28, 2013

Broadband availability in Montana by address:

July 22, 2013

Speak Your Piece: Broadband, Let's Get Real:

July 21, 2013

Butte School District, Fatbeam and MERDI team up for fiber optic cable connection:

July 20, 2013

Ron Wyden: 'Opt-in' should be the standard for online privacy :

July 17, 2013

Google is considering Internet cable service:

July 15, 2013

TECH NOW: Cutting Cable, Part 4 - Choosing a streaming media player:

July 13, 2013

Fatbeam Launches Fiber Optic Network in Butte Montana:

July 12, 2013

TECH NOW: Cutting Cable, Part 3 - A guide to online video services:

July 8, 2013

Wi-Fi is about to get faster, more reliable:

July 7, 2013

How to cut the TV cable cord:

June 28, 2013

Contract issue knocks out Verizon service in parts of rural Montana:

June 26, 2013

New satellites aim to connect billions to the Internet:

June 25, 2013

Can We Be Emotionally Intelligent Online?:

June 21, 2013

Faster wireless LAN on the horizon as new Wi-Fi standard goes live :

June 20, 2013

Obama Administration's Wireless, Broadband Agenda Targets Economic Growth:

June 16, 2013

Google launches Internet-beaming balloons:

May 1, 2013

Craving Wi-Fi, preferably free and really fast:

April 28, 2013

Google's Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen "The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations and Business":

April 27, 2013

$7.7M grant provides online mental-health services in Montana, Wyoming :

April 16, 2013

After Boston Marathon, Google releases people finder tool:

April 13, 2013

Shodan - The Web's scariest search engine:

April 12, 2013

Speak Your Piece: Cowboy Communication - Broadband and Tech:

April 8, 2013

Tech Titans Plot to Reprogram Internet of the Future:

April 8, 2013

Senator Baucus Announces High-Speed Internet and Cell Phone Coverage for Signey and Fairview, Montana:

April 8, 2013

Santa Clara Uses Smart Meters to Expand the Reach of Free Wi-fi:

April 4, 2013

Google may force you to change your website:

April 3, 2013

FTC contest finds ways to stop pesky 'robocalls':

April 2, 2013

Aereo doesn't violate copyright law, court rules, setting stage for live TV service's expansion:

March 29, 2013

Cheap broadband offered to 100 million underprivileged:

March 28, 2013

Intel, TV networks near accord on cable TV alternative:

March 27, 2013

T-Mobile CEO: The way the wireless industry works today is a complete joke:

March 22, 2013

Plan your free time and who to spend it with using an app.:

March 21, 2013

TED Talk: Danny Hillis: The Internet could crash. We need a Plan B:

March 21, 2013

Telehealth Helps Boost Access to Stroke Care in Rural Areas, Study Finds:

March 12, 2013

Rented smartphones for tourists offer free international calls and unlimited internet access:

February 28, 2013

First Annual Accessibility Camp Conference, March 9, Missoula:

February 28, 2013

What is the Internet of Everything? :

February 21, 2013

Montana delegation fights to expand high-speed internet access:

February 19, 2013

5 Must-Have Tools To Make Email Less Painful:

February 12, 2013

Waste Is Seen in Program to Give Internet Access to Rural U.S.:

January 26, 2013

UN group OKs new video format to save bandwidth :

January 26, 2013

Google Fiber provides faster Internet and, cities hope, business growth:

January 14, 2013

China Shames U.S. With Plan to Speed 'Last Mile' Internet:

January 13, 2013

Google's ultrafast Internet draws start-ups to K.C.:

January 11, 2013

California Attorney General Issues Privacy Guidelines for Mobile App Developers :

January 8, 2013

Google to offer public Wi-Fi in NYC neighborhood :

January 4, 2013

Amherst, Mass., Launches Fastest Muni Wi-Fi Network in State :

December 23, 2012

Doctors Move to Webcams :

December 14, 2012

Seattle Announces Broadband Partnership :

December 13, 2012

Eric Schmidt Says Google Fiber Won't Stop With Kansas City:

December 12, 2012

Qualcomm CEO Envisions Cell Base Stations in Your Home :

December 6, 2012

Senator Tester demands better rural call reliability:

December 1, 2012

Dubai Internet conference threatens our wide Web world:

November 30, 2012

Wireless Tax Moratorium: A boon to state's economy, consumers:

November 21, 2012

Local Governments Pursue Independent Broadband Despite Challenges:

November 15, 2012

New WiFi protocol boosts congested wireless network throughput by 700%:

November 1, 2012

Bozeman officials and businesses explore fiber optic options:

November 1, 2012

Oh My Tech!: 'Jailbreak' ruling sets no one free:

October 29, 2012

Broadband At the Speed of Light: How Three Communities Built Next-Generation Networks. :

October 29, 2012

How a Google Headhunter's E-Mail Unraveled a Massive Net Security Hole:

October 25, 2012

Hawaii CIO Talks Island Broadband (VIDEO) - Affordable 1 Gbps broadband connectivity to everyone by 2018:

October 24, 2012

Workshop To Focus On Bringing 'MetroNet' To Bozeman, 11/1:

October 24, 2012

App translates languages during real-time phonecalls:

October 22, 2012

Necessity Births a Rural Broadband Network:

October 18, 2012

Illinois Announces Gigabit Broadband Initiative :

October 15, 2012

When Free Wi-Fi is More than Just a Business Cost:

October 3, 2012

We Can't All Be in Google's Kansas: A Plan for Winning the Bandwidth Race:

September 21, 2012

Hospitals should provide health care -- not build telecom networks:

September 19, 2012

Survey on Technology Infrastructure in Missoula - Please Respond:

September 18, 2012

Wi-Fi too costly for University of Montana all-campus connection:

August 30, 2012

Right tools can help protect your smartphone:

August 27, 2012

The Next Battle for Internet Freedom Could Be Over 3D Printing:

August 22, 2012

Montana Senator Tester fights government control of internet:

August 16, 2012

The promise of universal service is now in jeopardy:

August 4, 2012

Entrepreneurs Dream of Jumping on Super-Fast Network:

July 27, 2012

The economics of Google Fiber and what it means for U.S. broadband:

July 27, 2012

CenturyLink gets $1.9M for Montana rural broadband service :

July 15, 2012

Is the Web Driving Us Mad?:

June 5, 2012

University of Montana among thirty-seven research universities competing for 6 community wide superfast Internet connectivity awards:

May 31, 2012

The Beginner's Guide to Instagram:

May 31, 2012

Tech Giants to Warn of Global Threats to Internet:

May 27, 2012

Videoconferencing Steps Out of the Office:

May 23, 2012

Partnership to Bring Ultrahigh-Speed Internet to Six Communities:

May 21, 2012

Cable companies expand free Wi-Fi:

May 18, 2012

Digital divide may hang up rustic phones:

May 16, 2012

Google strives to enlighten with new search tool - "Knowledge Graph":

May 8, 2012

What's America's Most Engaging Social Network? You'll Be Surprised:

May 7, 2012

Seattle pulls plug on its broadband network:

April 17, 2012

Contradicting a Federal Judge, FCC Clears Google in Wi-Fi Sniffing Debacle:

April 11, 2012

App Wins Federal Challenge, Aims to Prevent Date Rape :

April 11, 2012

National Emergency Alert System Goes Live :

April 7, 2012

Senator Tester Pushes For Broadband In Rural America:

April 5, 2012

TED Video: Marco Tempest: A magical tale (with augmented reality):

April 4, 2012

Chattanooga Claims America's Fastest Broadband Service and How It Markets Its Way to Broadband Success :

April 4, 2012

Senator Tester pushes to guarantee rural broadband access:

March 30, 2012

Free Wireless Broadband for the Masses:

March 28, 2012

Satellite broadband providers expand into rural areas:

March 28, 2012

Microsoft Unveils New Plan to Speed Up the Web:

March 27, 2012

New federal Internet privacy standards introduced:

March 26, 2012

Old Venture Capital Firm Finally Updates Old Web Site - Asks People Not to Visit until They're Sure It Works:

March 19, 2012

NetZero to launch free wireless broadband service :

March 7, 2012

Still Relying Totally on the Landline in Rural Montana:

March 6, 2012

Going off the (cable) grid:

March 6, 2012

Verizon launches wireless broadband for homes :

February 25, 2012

Latest gadgets that are changing TV:

February 23, 2012

Web Firms to Adopt 'No Track' Button :

February 9, 2012

MTA Commentary for Montana Public Radio - What's behind the State-University System Broadband Deal?:

February 1, 2012

FCC looking to help connect low-income homes to broadband:

January 30, 2012

The future of Montana broadband must be a priority:

January 29, 2012

Would you like to write a column on technology for the Missoulian?:

January 27, 2012

FCC Fiddles While Companies Block Calls:

January 27, 2012

Pecha Kucha Bozeman inspires creative community:

January 25, 2012

Google announces privacy changes across products; users can't opt out:

January 24, 2012

Unprotected videoconferences found vulnerable to hackers:

January 23, 2012

Super Wi-Fi May Bring Longer-Distance Wireless Internet to More of U.S.:

January 21, 2012

Victory! Reid Calls Off Protect IP Act Vote:

January 20, 2012

Free alternatives to pricey software:

January 19, 2012

Internet community cheers power of protest:

January 18, 2012

What happens when the Internet gets mad? Websites go dark in protest of proposed legislation - Scratching your head over SOPA?:

January 17, 2012

Aussie wunderkind gets $US250k for technology that could revolutionise web :

January 17, 2012

Wikipedia blackout coming Jan. 18 to protest SOPA:

January 16, 2012

Google Search Plus Is Shaking Things Up a Bit:

January 13, 2012

New Hanover County, N.C., First in Nation to Deploy 'Super Wi-Fi' Network :

January 10, 2012

Monday Update: What Good is Rural Broadband?:

January 6, 2012

Senator Jon Tester, Montana Officials, Facebook reps tout social media safety:

December 23, 2011

What is SOPA and how does it work? The Stop Online Piracy Act explained - Over 40 Internet Companies Come Out Publicly Against SOPA:

December 19, 2011

Montana's delegation must protect Internet freedom:

December 18, 2011

How to Master Facebook Timeline in 5 Quick Minutes:

December 16, 2011

8 Surprising Findings About the Broadband Economy:

December 9, 2011

Maybe the tech industry can save the web after all. - Tech firms fight SOPA by talking job creation :

December 5, 2011

WeVideo Makes Cloud Video Editing Look Like Kids' Stuff:

December 2, 2011

Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) Floats Alternative to Internet Blacklisting Bills:

December 2, 2011

The Rise of the New Information Gatekeepers:

December 2, 2011

Web usage-based billing on its way:

November 29, 2011

Are you an Internet Entrepreneur in Colorado (or any other state)? Oppose PIPA!!! PIPA is Effectively Internet Censorship :

November 23, 2011

SOPA opposition goes viral:

November 21, 2011

'WTF Mobile Web' Tracks Terrible Mobile Web Design:

November 20, 2011

Facebook's Timeline followed years of conversation:

November 20, 2011

"Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet.":

November 18, 2011

Analysis: Internet Blacklist Bill Is Roadmap to 'the End' of the Internet:

November 17, 2011

The Internet Isn't Just Pipes; It's a Belief System That Is Threatened:

November 16, 2011

Desktop platform for creating and publishing interactive e-books - Moglue:

November 14, 2011

Gig.U - Seattle and University of Washington look to light up 500 miles of fiber to help solve broadband woes:

November 9, 2011

Creating A Google+ Page For Your Business:

November 4, 2011

The Past, Present And Future Of Connectivity: A Must-See Mini Film:

November 2, 2011

Mind Reading Computer System May Help Totally Paralyzed People:

October 31, 2011

Protect The Internet:

October 30, 2011

YouTube launching 100 new channels:

October 28, 2011

Internet Phone Calls Caught in Crossfire As FCC Adopts Rural Broadband Subsidies:

October 25, 2011

How to Find Out Who Looks at Your Facebook Profile:

October 21, 2011

County Residents Invited To Give Input On Broadband Network, 10/27, Billings, Montana:

October 20, 2011

The New Capitals of High Speed Internet:

October 15, 2011

Stanford summer course yields touchscreen Braille writer:

October 13, 2011

"A partially connected rural (broadband) America makes about as much sense as having a highway system that's paved about 25 percent of the time.":

October 12, 2011

High-Speed Internet Comes to West Glacier:

October 12, 2011

Best Buy, Microsoft join FCC in bid to boost broadband - "Connect to Compete" :

October 10, 2011

G4S Technology selected to design and construct 90 mile fiber- optic, Montana network:

October 7, 2011

'This Stuff Doesn't Change the World': Disability and Steve Jobs' Legacy:

October 6, 2011

Broadband's importance to rural America gets airing in Washington:

September 5, 2011

Addicted to 'Stumbling':

September 5, 2011

Microsoft and IBM are at work developing software so companies can run secure in-house social networks:

September 1, 2011

13 Mind-Bending Social Media Marketing Statistics:

August 19, 2011

New Network Could Help Disaster Communications:

August 17, 2011

Harnessing the Power of Social Media in Times of Crisis:

August 3, 2011

Major breakthrough claimed in wireless technology:

August 2, 2011

University of Montana Joins Plan To Foster Faster Computer Networks:

July 31, 2011

5 ways to make the most of Twitter:

July 31, 2011

Researchers Expose Cunning Online Tracking Service That Can't Be Dodged:

July 23, 2011

Fiber optic expansion includes Flathead - Ronan company using federal money to expand fiber-optic lines:

July 22, 2011

The ISP sets the world record for internet speeds delivered via cable after delivering on a Silicon Roundabout trial.:

July 21, 2011

Google+ meets with early success:

July 20, 2011

Battling for Broadband in the Statehouses:

July 14, 2011

Speak Your Piece: Dear FCC...:

July 12, 2011

Google's 1 Gbps Network Spurs Big Ideas in Kansas City :

July 12, 2011

Major fiber optic project begins on Montana reservations:

July 10, 2011

Google Executive Discusses Social Networks:

July 8, 2011

Jive Software brings social networking to businesses:

July 7, 2011

Apps, iPads help workers with disabilities:

July 7, 2011

Facebook introduces Video Call:

July 6, 2011

Is Google's Hangouts Its Killer App?:

July 3, 2011

Google takes new swing at social networking - Google+ invites halted due to 'insane demand':

July 3, 2011

Growing Fiber Internet in Rural America: A Stimulus Success Story:

June 28, 2011

US unveils tools to protect business websites from hackers:

June 23, 2011

Kevin Kelly's 6 Words for the Modern Internet:

June 21, 2011

Interactive Media Awards top 10 websites of the year - # 1 - DeFilarmonie for Kids Website:

June 11, 2011

A Broadband Bonanza in Powell, Wyoming:

June 4, 2011

5 Reasons Why E-Books Aren't There Yet:

June 2, 2011

Google puts '+1' recommendation button on other websites:

May 31, 2011

Apple to announce iCloud next week:

May 22, 2011

The best options for video calling:

May 19, 2011

Users Sue AT&T For "Phantom Data" Charges:

May 17, 2011 - Do something - Learn something - Share something - Change something:

May 17, 2011

TED Video: Eli Pariser: Beware online "filter bubbles":

May 1, 2011

Study questions federal spending on broadband:

April 30, 2011

Google emails highlight value of location data:

April 29, 2011

Shed a Tear: The Age of Broadband Caps Begins Monday:

April 29, 2011

First woman elected president of the American Bar Association tells University of Montana audience that lawyers must use social media with caution:

April 27, 2011

A Suitcase-Sized Portable Cell Tower for Emergency Responders :

April 23, 2011

April 22, 2011

Web chaos as Amazon cloud failure crashes major websites... :

April 18, 2011

The Broadband Speed Divide:

April 17, 2011

Stimulus money for rural broadband in Gallatin County was spent where it wasn't needed:

April 16, 2011

Net neutrality: End of the Web as we know it?:

April 16, 2011

Internet2 Upgrade Will Let Researchers Share Data Faster:

April 15, 2011

A Dozen Digital Media Discoveries:

April 4, 2011

MCAT (Missoula Community Access Television) offers training in Social Media Outlets, Cable Television.:

April 3, 2011 educate yourself!:

March 31, 2011

Rural Broadband Funding in Jeopardy:

March 30, 2011

Google chooses Kansas City for ultra-fast Internet :

March 28, 2011

Co-op Tactics for Community Broadband:

March 26, 2011

170 Million Americans:

March 23, 2011

Guess Which State Has The Slowest Internet Access :

March 16, 2011

Using Facebook Like a Pro for Greater Productivity:

March 14, 2011

University of Utah Health Care gives patients on-the-go access to medical records - Mychart:

March 7, 2011

FCC Targets Low Broadband Adoption by Native Americans:

March 5, 2011

Judge Lets Sony Unmask Visitors to PlayStation 3-Jailbreaking Site:

March 4, 2011

Broadband Access Brings Citizen Engagement -- and More Gripes :

February 25, 2011

1 Gigabit internet to the house:

February 24, 2011

The Future of Rural Broadband:

February 21, 2011

New national broadband map has flaws:

February 19, 2011

Putting the Web Within Reach - Comcast and City Reach Deal to Provide Low Cost Broadband to Low-Income Residents:

February 18, 2011

Stanford researchers develop wireless technology (send and receive simultaneously) for faster, more efficient communication networks:

February 17, 2011

A World Wide Web that Talks:

February 15, 2011

State returning $23 million grant for broadband:

February 14, 2011

Those with disabilities are underserved by technology:

February 13, 2011

The Dirty Little Secrets of Search:

February 8, 2011

A Broadband Boom in the Boondocks:

February 6, 2011

The state of the Internet:

January 30, 2011

Stimulus funds help wire rural homes for Internet:

January 30, 2011

Say Goodbye to All Those Passwords:

January 26, 2011

FCC poised to give LightSquared's satellite broadband venture a boost:

January 24, 2011

Where High Speed Internet Meets Smart Grid:

January 24, 2011

Web Tool On Firefox To Deter Tracking :

January 20, 2011

eCommerce and the Impending Online Land Rush:

January 12, 2011

Q&A: Jimmy Wales Reflects on a Decade of Wikipedia:

January 6, 2011

Coming soon: Net-connected ovens, washing machines and more:

January 2, 2011

Computers That See You and Keep Watch Over You:

January 1, 2011

Google delays decision on Missoula, other bids for high-speed Internet:

December 22, 2010

Internet Gets New Rules of the Road:

December 15, 2010

The Internet Goes to War:

November 22, 2010

"20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web":

November 18, 2010

U.S. panel says China briefly 'hijacked' 15% of world's Internet traffic:

November 14, 2010

Autistic boy has 'amazing' success with Kinect:

November 12, 2010

Triangle Communications to expand broadband access in rural Montana:

November 9, 2010

Marc Andreessen invests in new browser that incorporates latest trends in Web technology - RockMelt:

November 4, 2010

New Google Tool Makes Websites Twice as Fast:

November 4, 2010

Facebook Pushes Further Into Mobile:

November 4, 2010

Internet privacy could be priority in next Congress:

November 4, 2010

A Step toward Holographic Videoconferencing:

November 2, 2010

Wi-Fi Direct Gadgets Could Revolutionize the Wireless World:

November 1, 2010 allows you to "bypass compulsory registration" on websites:

November 1, 2010

How I've Discovered Twitter Can Be a Resource, Not a Waste of Time:

October 27, 2010

Google Ultra-High Speed Broadband Closer to Reality :

October 25, 2010

Tools for maintaining privacy on the Web:

October 20, 2010

Consumers' need for speed will leave DSL in the dust:

October 14, 2010

15 Top Transportation Apps for Planes, Trains, and Cars:

October 8, 2010

West Glacier could have broadband by 2011:

October 6, 2010

Cisco to sell videoconferencing box for the home:

October 6, 2010

Why Broadband Service in the U.S. Is So Awful - One step that could change it:

September 24, 2010

Wi-Fi on steroids. - FCC gives go-ahead to 'super Wi-Fi' on TV frequencies:

September 22, 2010

Swedish's Young Social-Media Ace Coaches Docs in the Ways of the Web:

September 21, 2010

Fastest Net Service in U.S. Coming to Chattanooga:

September 16, 2010

Ronan Telephone Company receives stimulus monies to expand broadband services on Flathead and Blackfeet Reservations:

September 15, 2010

Federal grant bringing Wi-Fi to rural Inland Northwest areas:

September 15, 2010

35 Stimulus Investments to Fund State Broadband Projects :

September 13, 2010

FCC move to release 'white spaces' has tech firms dreaming of wireless boom:

September 11, 2010

Federal plans to boost rural telecom threaten to disable it:

September 7, 2010

PSC Chair Urges Montanans to “Stay Connected” with Telephone Assistance:

September 3, 2010

No Speed Limit Signs on the Technology Highway in Montana:

September 1, 2010

AT&T Accelerates Timetable for Launching Service in Montana:

August 25, 2010

Google launches Internet telephone service with free U.S. calls :

August 23, 2010

Eight Great Tips for Traveling with the iPad:

August 23, 2010

24-year-old entrepreneur putting high-speed Internet in rural areas:

August 22, 2010

USDA defends $64M stimulus award to Montana Opticom, a subsidiary of a Pittsburgh company for broadband in Gallatin County, Montana - Recipient of federal Internet award tied in to wealthy Pittsburgh family:

August 20, 2010

Money well spent? Competitors question wisdom of giving $64 million in stimulus money to Montana Opticom to expand rural broadband :

August 20, 2010

Vermont Aims For Universal Broadband, Cellular Coverage:

August 18, 2010

Our view on 'net neutrality': Don't erect tollbooths on information superhighway:

August 17, 2010

Bill seeks to make electronics accessible to blind, deaf:

August 17, 2010

AT&T bringing iPhone to Montana :

August 13, 2010

Support for broadband loses speed as nationwide growth slows:

August 11, 2010

Anger greets Google-Verizon proposal for routing Web traffic:

August 10, 2010

Broadband Stimulus Projects Need Oversight, Report Says:

August 7, 2010

Bozeman-area Internet company's (Montana Opticom) $64 million grant raises concerns:

August 4, 2010

Montana gets another $90 million in Internet stimulus grants:

July 22, 2010

Less Than 1 Year Until The Internet Runs Out of Addresses:

July 20, 2010

Feds Investing in Broadband for the Deaf:

July 19, 2010

The Zen of PowerPoint, Facebook and Twitter:

July 16, 2010

Google Launches 'Fiber for Communities' Website:

July 14, 2010

Finland makes broadband a 'legal right':

July 12, 2010

New Report Highlights Internet Accessibility Across Montana :

July 12, 2010

Can Utopia’s new business plan in Utah make a difference? :

July 8, 2010

Broadband and Tech - Fighting for the Last Mile:

July 8, 2010

Gaming the System: How Marketers Rig the Social Media Machine:

July 5, 2010

Montana telecoms cheer news of Internet stimulus funding:

July 4, 2010

Internet products ready to challenge cable TV:

July 2, 2010

$21M in stimulus money to help expand high-speed Internet network on Crow Indian Reservation, public libraries across Montana:

June 30, 2010

MIT researchers offer a plan for Internet that's 1,000 times faster:

June 29, 2010

Speak Your Piece: The Battle for Broadband:

June 28, 2010

'Togetherville' founder calls growth of kids' networking site 'phenomenal':

June 28, 2010

Broadband Availability to Expand:

June 27, 2010

Tech giants, Utah companies try to cash in on Internet TV :

June 27, 2010

How Facebook has changed our idea of 'too much information':

June 26, 2010

Foreboding trailer for "The Social Network" movie about Facebook:

June 24, 2010

Father's love creates communication device for autistic son - The Cyrano Communicator:

June 23, 2010

AT&T moving forward with service in Montana :

June 23, 2010

Whose Broadband Did Rural Utilities Service 'Stimulate'?:

June 23, 2010

Web Forums Offer Answers, User to User:

June 23, 2010

'Power Eye' Lets Consumers Know Why That Web Ad Was Sent to Them:

June 20, 2010

Telstra strikes $10B deal for Australia broadband:

June 6, 2010

Everything You Need to Know About 4G Wireless:

June 4, 2010

New high-speed network to benefit researchers at University of Montana, elsewhere:

June 1, 2010

Spokane may drop free wireless Internet service:

May 28, 2010

LinkedIn memberships edge Twitter, but each can help the other grow:

May 27, 2010

Internet providers await word on federal grants:

May 27, 2010

Pentagon: Let Us Secure Your Network or Face the ‘Wild Wild West’ Internet Alone:

May 27, 2010

New website knows more about you than you might like but you can have your listing removed:

May 10, 2010

Social Media Revolution 2 (Refresh) :

May 10, 2010

Who is Winning the Google Fiber Race? How is Your Community Doing? [Updated Daily]:

May 10, 2010

REMEMBER: Cell Phone Numbers Go Public this month.:

May 2, 2010

The future of telecoms is murky at best - U S West divestitures boosted bottom line at expense of Qwest's future:

April 20, 2010

TR10: Real-Time Search. Social networking is changing the way we find information.:

April 19, 2010

America and rural telecom co-ops are at crossroads:

April 19, 2010

Big battle brews over control of Web social interaction:

April 6, 2010

Intel's new fiber-optic cables promise speed boost:

April 5, 2010

The Impact of the Internet on Institutions in the Future:

April 3, 2010

Broadband project to aid N.D., Montana:

March 30, 2010

1,100 Local Governments Contend for Google Broadband:

March 28, 2010

Broadband boom washes over Utah Broadband wave washes over Utah Customers' growing high-speed demands pit variety of companies in a race to be the state's top provider.:

March 26, 2010

Butte, Montana seeking Google gold - Vote for Butte Today!!:

March 26, 2010

Missoula officially enters race for Google high-speed Net project - Vote for Missoula Today!!!:

March 26, 2010

Bozeman makes bid for Google ultra-high speed broadband - Vote for Bozeman Today!!!:

March 26, 2010

The Complete Guide to Google Wave:

March 25, 2010

Qwest seeks $350 million stimulus money for rural internet service :

March 22, 2010

ZigBee: household networking alternative to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth:

March 22, 2010

Hoping for a Gift From Google? Go Jump in the Lake:

March 19, 2010

Nominate Missoula Today! - Many at Missoula meeting laud benefits of Google connection - Rally For Google Fiber For Missoula, 3/20, Missoula:

March 19, 2010

Tribe receives $12.3 million in stimulus broadband funds:

March 16, 2010

FCC plans faster broadband, for everyone - 'The Second Wave of Electricity' :

March 14, 2010

A "Broadband Battle"? We Should All Be on the Same Side:

March 13, 2010

Effort to Widen U.S. Internet Access Sets Up Battle:

March 13, 2010

Cities get silly to win Google's superfast broadband test:

March 12, 2010

Google Fiber For Communities Project Discussion With Mayor John Engen, 3/18, MIssoula:

March 12, 2010

Al Franken Jokes, But Google Fiber Is No Laughing Matter:

March 12, 2010

The FCC Wants You to Test Your Broadband Speeds:

March 10, 2010

Google Fiber Sparks Online Competition Between Cities :

March 8, 2010

Missoula to apply for Google ultra-high-speed Internet project:

March 8, 2010

UTOPIA Applauds Governor Herbert’s Support of Google High Speed Fiber Network Partnership Bid :

March 6, 2010

Broadband Technology Opportunities Program:

March 6, 2010

High-Speed internet grant will extend access into Gorge - Grants help rural networks:

March 6, 2010

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's cloud-computing e-mail to employees:

March 3, 2010

What's the Capital of Kansas? Google:

March 2, 2010

Surf the Web at the Speed of Light:

February 24, 2010

Will Rural Towns Bite Google's Bait?:

February 17, 2010

What Google Broadband Can Do for You:

February 16, 2010

Like Feds Launch BroadbandMatch:

February 16, 2010

New data: 40% in U.S. lack home broadband - FCC chairman calls for ultra-high-speed broadband:

February 16, 2010

A Faster Wireless Web:

February 16, 2010

A Need for Speed: Rural Montana calls for better Internet access:

February 15, 2010

Google Grant Brings Free Wi-Fi To The Dalles:

February 11, 2010

MTA Commentary--Broadband Stimulus: Boon or Boondoggle?:

February 11, 2010

Google to build ultra-fast broadband networks. Would you like to see a network in your community? :

February 11, 2010

Wi-Fi at the Speed of Light:

February 10, 2010

A 50-Watt Cellular Network - Solar-powered base stations can link up remote rural areas.:

February 7, 2010

Broadband cuts wide swath through Montana:

February 6, 2010

Get Rid of DSL and Go Wireless:

February 6, 2010

Telecom's Internet Crisis:

February 2, 2010

North Idaho town's Internet access goes from two-lane to high-speed:

January 29, 2010

Dutch Software Helps Kill Personal Data on Internet - Suicide Machine Web 2.0:

January 29, 2010

Rural Areas Win More Than $309 Million in Broadband Stimulus Grants:

January 26, 2010

Ready, Set for Broadband Race Round 2:

January 25, 2010

5 Easy Steps to Stay Safe (and Private!) on Facebook:

January 18, 2010

Federal Agencies Split for Second Funding Window of Broadband Stimulus:

January 13, 2010

Broadband Funding: Yes, in Your Backyard:

January 13, 2010

How to Make Municipal Wi-Fi Work:

January 11, 2010

BroadbandMatch -- New Broadband Partnering Tool:

January 11, 2010

Is the Federal Government's Defined Speed for Broadband Too Slow?:

January 9, 2010

Court to FCC: You Don’t Have Power to Enforce Net Neutrality:

January 8, 2010

CES: Cisco unveils videoconferencing for the home:

January 8, 2010

FCC Seeks One-Month Extension for National Broadband Plan:

January 6, 2010

4 Steps for Effective Online Networking:

December 26, 2009

Looking to expand the reach of high-speed Internet, federal regulators look to the television.:

December 25, 2009

WUTC staff reverses position on Frontier's bid for Verizon phone lines:

December 17, 2009

Broadband Lessons Beyond Our Borders:

December 10, 2009

Google Wave Explained In Two Minutes :

December 9, 2009

Who'll Define 'Universal Service'?:

December 9, 2009

FCC plans to formalize Internet rules on net neutrality draw fire :

December 3, 2009

From Swiss Army Knives to Smoking Cigarettes: Google, Bing, and Startups Talk Future of Search:

December 3, 2009

FCC Submits Rulemaking Notice for 'Open Internet':

December 2, 2009

Broadband stimulus moves at dial-up speeds:

November 25, 2009

Google Launches Automated YouTube Captioning; AAPD Applauds:

November 18, 2009

FCC broadband planners to outline hurdles to universal access:

November 17, 2009

Rewiring an Old Fund for Rural Broadband:

November 11, 2009

Google’s Gift: Free Wi-Fi at Billings and Bozeman Montana airports (full list of participating airports):

November 11, 2009

New PC to encourage older users:

November 8, 2009

Montana Governor Schweitzer mandates 35% cut in travel expenses :

November 6, 2009

European Union Reaches Agreement to Improve Internet User Rights - Verizon Wireless doubles early termination fee:

November 3, 2009

Bresnan Backroom Deal Threatens Jobs, Investment in Rural Montana:

November 3, 2009

Rural Broadband: Let's Talk About Cost:

November 1, 2009

Critics say Schweitzer-endorsed Internet plan won’t extend services in Montana:

October 28, 2009

Google's Eric Schmidt on What the Web Will Look Like in 5 Years:

October 28, 2009

Want 50Mbps Internet in your town? Threaten to roll out your own:

October 25, 2009

How to Network – Live & In Person :

October 22, 2009

First "White Space" Network Launched:

October 15, 2009

Applause For Finland: First Country To Make Broadband Access A Legal Right:

October 13, 2009

OECD research faulty U.S. rates for mobile use not really higher:

October 12, 2009

Why Email No Longer Rules… And what that means for the way we communicate:

October 11, 2009

Twitter, meet Second Life - YouTube videos viewed 1 billion times a day:

October 9, 2009

New blogger rules aimed at shifting new-media world:

October 7, 2009

AT&T Relents, Opens iPhone to Skype, VoIP:

October 5, 2009

Video chat gets an upgrade:

October 4, 2009

Online hate speech: Difficult to police ... and define:

October 3, 2009

Get all Americans online, panel says:

October 1, 2009

Summit takes hard look at future of journalism:

October 1, 2009

Chemical found in air outside 15 schools - Oregon Protects Communities From Deadly Chemical Weapons With Massive Wi-Fi Network:

October 1, 2009

Google Wave Will Invite Volunteers To Begin Preview:

September 30, 2009

U.S. Moves to Lessen Its Oversight of Internet:

September 30, 2009

Google rolls out preview of Wave:

September 22, 2009

FCC Position May Spell the End of Unlimited Internet:

September 22, 2009

Text-to-Speech Technology Reaches an Inflection Point:

September 15, 2009

Computer network experts test security at Montana conference:

September 10, 2009

Should Broadband Stimulus Requirements Be Loosened?:

September 7, 2009

Seven Projects to Stretch Your Digital Wings: Part One:

September 4, 2009

'Don't post that!': Networking etiquette emerges:

September 3, 2009

Customers Angered as iPhones Overload AT&T :

August 31, 2009

Hotels' charges for Internet irk some:

August 31, 2009

As Internet turns 40, barriers threaten its growth:

August 31, 2009

Wikipedia to Color Code Untrustworthy Text:

August 30, 2009

Twitter? That's so, like, for adults:

August 25, 2009

Internet speeds vary across USA, leaving a 'digital divide':

August 25, 2009

USDA Releases Rural Broadband Reading Room:

August 25, 2009

Facebook pages to automatically publish to Twitter:

August 14, 2009

Broadband Applications Crash Federal Systems:

August 13, 2009

How Twitter's Staff Uses Twitter (And Why It Could Cause Problems):

August 12, 2009

States weigh in as feds prepare to spend billions on broadband for remote areas:

August 11, 2009

Wireless shows promise for stimulus money:

August 9, 2009

Bringing Broadband to Rural America:

August 9, 2009

Telco companies to provide data for broadband map:

August 9, 2009

Disability Group Boosts Google Book Search:

August 9, 2009

New Wi-Fi Standard Promises Blazing Fast Data Speeds:

August 6, 2009

Game On For Net Neutrality:

August 4, 2009

Twitter changing the way Seattle small businesses operate:

July 30, 2009

Weaponizing Web 2.0:

July 26, 2009

For Mozilla and Google, Group Hugs Get Tricky :

July 20, 2009

Qwest doubles top broadband speed in some cities:

July 15, 2009

NTIA Releases Details of Federal Funding for State Broadband Maps and Planning:

July 9, 2009

MTA Commentary--Broadband Issues:

July 7, 2009

Herb Allen's Sun Valley media summit a-Twitter about tech:

July 2, 2009

Government Makes $4 Billion 'Down Payment' on Project to Expand Rural Broadband:

June 20, 2009

Utopia to tell its member cities: Get ready to pay 7 years ago - Those making pledges in 2002 did not expect they'd have to kick in.:

June 19, 2009

Broadband Indispensible to Americans, Survey Finds:

June 19, 2009

The High Cost of Internet Access:

June 16, 2009

UK plans universal access to high-speed Internet:

June 16, 2009

Opera Unite reinvents the Web - Cloud computing and Web-based applications will never be the same:

June 15, 2009

Can National Broadband Plan Handle Nation’s Dreams?:

June 13, 2009

Software change makes Twitter more accessible for the visually impaired:

June 12, 2009

Attorneys warn trademark owners to register marks with Facebook:

June 10, 2009

Online businesses oppose '10 worst' proposed Net laws:

June 8, 2009

Rural Americans long to be linked:

May 29, 2009

FCC Releases Report on Broadband for Rural America:

May 27, 2009

iPhone applications can help the autistic:

May 21, 2009

FCC’s Warrantless Household Searches Alarm Experts:

May 17, 2009

Wolfram Alpha shows data in a way Google can't:

May 15, 2009

100 Geeks You Should Be Following On Twitter:

May 14, 2009

Wi-Fi on the go with MiFi 2200 Intelligent Mobile Hotspot:

May 13, 2009

MTA Commentary--Rural Healthcare Networks:

May 9, 2009

AT&T to buy 79 rural territories from Verizon, including some (most) of Montana:

May 1, 2009

Universities Offer Fix for Obama's Flawed Broadband Plan:

April 28, 2009

EFRsource Helps Form LinkAMERICA Alliance To Offer States a Transparent and Comprehensive Choice for Broadband Mapping:

April 24, 2009

Qwest settlement extends DSL to Western Montana towns:

April 23, 2009

Rural Riddle: Do Jobs Follow Broadband Access?:

April 22, 2009

Government, tech giants team up to protect kids online:

April 21, 2009

How to Suck People into Twitter:

April 19, 2009

Audit Report: Rural Utilities Service Broadband Loan and Loan Guarantee Program:

April 18, 2009

More than 140 characters from Biz Stone of Twitter:

April 18, 2009

How To Choose Greener Data-Center Gear:

April 17, 2009

In Knight communities, bold broadband projects:

April 16, 2009

A Seattle geek fest spreads its wings:

April 13, 2009

Inventors' device blocks cell use around driver:

April 8, 2009

FCC studies goal of nationwide affordable, fast Internet:

April 7, 2009

New Australia National Broadband Network Announced:

April 2, 2009

Google Voice routes calls from multiple lines, transcribes voice mail, and gives you one phone number for life.:

April 1, 2009

Can Wi-Fi Be a Moneymaker for Government?:

March 27, 2009

A primer on Twitter:

March 20, 2009

Coke is #2 Facebook Site with 3,310,209 fans:

March 18, 2009

Talks Tim Berners-Lee: The next Web of open, linked data:

March 11, 2009

Google Gets Into Behavioral Targeting, Launches “Interest-Based Advertising” Beta:

March 10, 2009

$3.02 per minute is what the average cell phone user pays:

March 10, 2009

Place Matters With Spread of Broadband:

March 7, 2009

New Report Takes Broadband Beyond Stimulus Debate Next-Generation Networks, More Speed, Key to Growth Cites Potential for 2 Million Jobs:

March 6, 2009

Brief Introduction To Cloud Computing:

March 5, 2009

Explosion in downtown Bozeman. Twitterers first on the scene.:

March 5, 2009

Reid Hoffman on Charlie Rose:

March 5, 2009

The Broadband Hot Potato :

March 3, 2009

Montana and United States Falling Behind in high speed Internet adoption:

March 3, 2009

Vint Cerf: Big Internet Changes This Year:

March 1, 2009

Dialing in to a network - ‘Speed networking’ provides new way for people to build business relationships:

February 23, 2009

I.B.M. Delivers Rural Broadband Over Power Lines:

February 20, 2009

Skepticism arises over rural broadband stimulus:

February 19, 2009

Is Rural Internet Worth the Cost?:

February 18, 2009

Obama Tech Adviser Says More to Come on Broadband Push:

February 18, 2009

MTA Commentary—Economic Stimulus Package: Broadband Investment:

February 17, 2009

Seven Words That Will Make Your Web Site Worth Viewing:

February 17, 2009

Facebook's change of terms raises eyebrows and then it does an about-face on privacy policy:

February 17, 2009

The Rise Of The $5 Landline Phone:

February 17, 2009

Broadband Missing for Many Rural Dial-Up Users:

February 15, 2009

Do We Need a New Internet? :

February 13, 2009

What the U.S. can learn from international net neutrality, broadband policies:

February 12, 2009

Twitter? It’s What You Make It :

February 11, 2009

Broadband Connection Highs and Lows Across Rural America:

February 8, 2009

The Broadband Internet?:

February 6, 2009

Google's 'Chief Internet Evangelist', Vince Cerf sees bigger, faster Web:

February 6, 2009

World's First Virtual Journalism Summit, 4/6, Pullman, WA :

February 3, 2009

Broke? Cancel your landline, not your home phone - Xtreme Technology Corporation:

February 2, 2009

A third of adults without Internet don't want it:

February 2, 2009

Passport RFIDs cloned wholesale by $250 eBay auction spree:

January 31, 2009

Fight brews over how to build a better Internet:

January 31, 2009

Fiber-optic network spurs telecom price war:

January 28, 2009

Google sets up online broadband testing lab:

January 27, 2009

How To Succeed At Twitter:

January 27, 2009

Health I.T., Rural Broadband, and Common Sense:

January 27, 2009

Speak Your Piece: Let Local Networks Deliver Broadband:

January 24, 2009

Birthday gifts: French President Sarkozy gives free newspapers to 18-year-olds:

January 23, 2009

The Connectors:

January 21, 2009

MTA Commentary--Broadband economic stimulus, Part II:

January 17, 2009

Twitter Spreads News Of U.S. Airways Crash In An Instant:

January 14, 2009

Online innovator, Julius Genachowski set to be nominated to head the FCC :

January 12, 2009

Montana Universities Lighting up Fiber - The Northern Tier Network Consortium:

January 9, 2009

Geoff Feiss Appointed to National Telecom Board of Directors:

January 9, 2009

MontanaPBS announces 24/7 educational, children's programming in select Montana markets:

January 7, 2009

Will Unified Communications Save Enterprise VOIP?:

January 5, 2009

A New Web of Trust:

January 5, 2009

2009 - 5 Trends That Will Change Media:

January 5, 2009

If you don't have "On-Star" or a GPS system, fear not! Here's something that we can all afford....y'know...FREE!:

January 4, 2009

For the Blind, Technology Does What a Guide Dog Can’t:

January 4, 2009

Why Government Investment in Broadband Is Justified Now:

January 3, 2009

Opt out of Yahoo tracking everything you do on the net:

December 31, 2008

20 ways to being a bigger friendfeed monster than Guy Kawasaki:

December 31, 2008

Researchers Hack Internet Security Infrastructure - International Team Discovers Way to Mimic Digital Identity:

December 30, 2008

Colleges, offices scrap land lines:

December 30, 2008

Internet Providers Move to Shape Broadband Push:

December 30, 2008

Wikipedia Appeals To Readers For $6 Million:

December 29, 2008

DMFail: Another Reason To Just Not Send Private Messages On Twitter:

December 28, 2008

What Carriers Aren’t Eager to Tell You About Texting:

December 28, 2008

BP offers free Wi-fi to fuel interest in gas stations:

December 25, 2008

Broadband Stimulus Plan: How About Some Data First?:

December 25, 2008

There’s Lots of Tech Help, Yes, on the Internet:

December 24, 2008

The Death of Corporate Voicemail?:

December 24, 2008

Spur Broadband Deployment With Lower and Uniform Pole Attachment Rates:

December 23, 2008

U.S. agency criticizes Web domain name plan:

December 18, 2008

Qwest cuts top-end Web rates:

December 16, 2008

PSC Approves Rate Relief and Expanded DSL Service for Montana Qwest Customers:

December 15, 2008

Google Blasts Wall Street Journal, Says it's Still 'Committed to Network Neutrality':

December 14, 2008

Birds of a feather Twitter together - Twitter 101:

December 11, 2008

Firms Push for a More Searchable Federal Web:

December 9, 2008

Google brings Street View to Montana:

December 8, 2008

New video networking from Cisco:

December 8, 2008

Internet Group Wants Broadband In Every Pot:

December 1, 2008

FCC to vote on free wireless broadband across U.S.:

December 1, 2008

Open Source: The Model Is Broken:

November 26, 2008

MTA Commentary-Headlines Can Be Misleading:

November 25, 2008

Google Wiki lets you customize search results:

November 24, 2008

Sybase CEO sees mobile commerce as future:

November 23, 2008

LinkedIn CEO touts growth of network:

November 19, 2008

High-tech radio microwaves to connect law enforcement in Montana:

November 19, 2008

The Department of Justice "Voice, Video and Broadband: The Changing Competitive Landscape and Its Impact on Consumers":

November 17, 2008

No More Landlines within 4 years. Communications Forecast #1:

November 13, 2008

IBM to help build broadband network in power lines:

November 8, 2008

Location, location, location -- oh, and broadband:

October 29, 2008

Announcing Applications on LinkedIn:

October 25, 2008

7 Fantastic Internet Hoaxes:

October 21, 2008

"Meeting The Public's Information Needs In Montana", 10/25, University Of Montana:

October 15, 2008

Government Consortium to Investigate Virtual World Best Practices. $148.5m invested in virtual worlds in Q3:

October 15, 2008

An innovative approach to outside accessibility:

October 15, 2008

The Internet & the Developing World:

October 14, 2008

Free broadband plan clears hurdle:

October 12, 2008

Kansas To Get WiMax For Rural Areas:

October 10, 2008

DigitalBridge Communications Announces Voice over WiMAX:

October 7, 2008

Yellowstone National Park wireless plan draws protests:

October 6, 2008

Tech Tips for the Basic Computer User:

October 6, 2008

Genoa Connections allows the blind to "see":

October 6, 2008

University of Washington creates a computer mouse driven by sound:

October 3, 2008

Scholars Stew over Broadband's Rural Benefit:

September 29, 2008

Ronan Telephone Company Selects SOMA Networks to Provide Wireless Broadband Access in Montana:

September 27, 2008

Missoula’s Access Consulting helps Deliver Broadband Internet to Elk River, ID:

September 26, 2008

Google Patent Could Kill Off Cellphone Contracts:

September 25, 2008

Ich bin ein presenter: With new web tools, it's not your father's PowerPoint:

September 24, 2008

Etiquette is essential when videoconferencing:

September 21, 2008

Google browser's tracking feature alarms developers, privacy advocates:

September 19, 2008

The Soul of Wit - How to successfully communicate sarcasm and humor in emails:

September 17, 2008

Yellowstone National Park plans to add limited cellphone, Internet service:

September 15, 2008

North Dakota telepharmacy project expands across country -"Telemedicine Information Exchange":

September 15, 2008

Kleiner Perkins Starts an iPhone Blog:

September 15, 2008

Web Creator, Tim Berners-Lee’s New Foundation Champions ‘One Web’ for Everyone, Everywhere:

September 3, 2008

Start-up, M2Z wants to provide free broadband:

September 2, 2008

Google aiming browser at Microsoft; test version debuts today:

September 2, 2008

Brain Scanners, Fingercams Take Computer Interfaces Beyond Multitouch:

August 30, 2008

Google prepares to launch Android mobile phone system:

August 28, 2008

Green Meter Quantifies Web Conference Savings:

August 28, 2008

Carnegie Mellon University researchers offer new way to avoid bogus Web sites:

August 25, 2008

Remote Montana area losing cell phone service:

August 22, 2008

Internet providers' usage caps irk customers:

August 21, 2008

'Can you see me now?' Sign language over cell phones comes to United States courtesy of the University of Washington:

August 20, 2008

$8,500 Mesh Network Creates Low-Cost Muni Wi-Fi for Kentucky Town :

August 20, 2008

FCC Chairman Martin wants free broadband available across USA, especially rural areas:

August 18, 2008

Software firm, 7128 Software, lets disabled get their game on:

August 13, 2008

Commanding Your Browser - A new interface bypasses the mouse for some complex tasks.:

August 13, 2008

Valley start-ups Meebo, TokBox offer new ways to link people online with instant messaging and video conferencing:

August 12, 2008

Montana's Internet download speeds tortoise-like:

August 10, 2008

Telemedicine allows kids in Montana and doctors in Seattle to connect:

August 7, 2008

Why YOU Aren't Using Videoconferencing:

August 7, 2008

MTA Commentary—August 6, 2008 Network Neutrality or Network Management?:

August 6, 2008

Internet design flaw allows crooks to misdirect traffic:

August 5, 2008

Mozilla leads push to reimagine Web browsers:

August 1, 2008

Six things you should know about wireless networking:

July 31, 2008

University of Montana Disability Services To Host Delegation From Japan:

July 30, 2008

Mourning the Internet Famous: Randy Pausch's Distributed Funeral:

July 30, 2008

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's research! Projects stretch the concept of computing:

July 30, 2008

Video search engines help users sort through clips:

July 29, 2008

AT&T, Rural Carriers Oppose Sprint-Clearwire WiMax Partnership:

July 28, 2008

Death of the Landline - Economy part of move to cell-only homes:

July 28, 2008

FCC works to settle debate over new Web technology:

July 27, 2008

Rethinking display technology - Start-ups are pushing the boundaries of what a screen can be and do:

July 27, 2008

Are You Internet Famous?:

July 26, 2008

Blogging’s Glass Ceiling :

July 25, 2008

Montana bottom of the 'Spam barrel':

July 21, 2008

Twitter took off from simple to 'tweet' success:

July 15, 2008

Shutdown of 'lifeline' to hit rural police forces hard:

July 15, 2008

Group Urges Congress to Move Forward on Broadband Mapping:

July 14, 2008

Telemedicine connects Montana doctors, patients:

July 9, 2008

MTA Commentary—Retention Marketing is OK for Cable, but Not Telcos:

July 5, 2008

Chrysler's In-Car Web Access Shifts Mobile Into Gear:

June 27, 2008

Get Ready For .smith, .sports Or .love On The Web:

June 26, 2008

Online service lets blind surf the Internet from any computer, anywhere:

June 26, 2008

Google's Open Source Android OS Will Free the Wireless Web:

June 26, 2008

Group Seeks High-Speed Broadband In Every Home:

June 20, 2008

Your boss shouldn't read your text or e-mail messages without an OK, court says:

June 19, 2008

Internet-a-Gogo: Airlines to Offer In-Flight Access:

June 18, 2008

Intel Corp. starts site to link 50M caregivers nationwide -

June 14, 2008

Lost in E-Mail, Tech Firms Face Self-Made Beast:

June 12, 2008

MTA Commentary—Parity Needed in Network Compensation:

June 11, 2008

Berkman Center pioneers steer the course of cyberspace:

June 11, 2008

International arrests of citizen bloggers more than triple:

June 10, 2008

Every TV an Internet TV:

June 9, 2008

Steve Jobs Talks to ABC News After the Unveiling of the New iPhone:

June 9, 2008

New report identifies dangerous Web domains:

June 9, 2008

Experts Revive Debate Over Cellphones and Cancer:

June 5, 2008

Most Comcast Web service to top 100 Mbps by 2010:

June 4, 2008

The End of Email:

June 3, 2008

Grandfather builds Web browser for autistic grandson:

May 31, 2008

Star Trek was just a little ahead of its time... Cisco On-Stage TelePresence Holographic Video Conferencing :

May 26, 2008

Where Spam Is Born:

May 25, 2008

Cloud Computing: So You Don’t Have to Stand Still:

May 22, 2008

Next-gen Internet will create bigger digital divide:

May 21, 2008

NSF and the Birth of the Internet:

May 21, 2008

Cell phone users may get break on fees:

May 20, 2008

Nine More Municipal Wi-Fi Networks Slated For Closing:

May 19, 2008

Study Released Showing Correlation Between Broadband Access and Economic, Health and Educational Benefits:

May 19, 2008

Ultrafast Internet nearly up to speed:

May 18, 2008

Firm eyes rural Net Wireless access - Open Range Communications Inc.:

May 14, 2008

MTA Commentary--FCC Reins in Explosive Growth of Universal Service Disbursements:

May 13, 2008

MIT students show power of open cell phone systems:

May 12, 2008

WiMax deal could lead to universal connectivity:

May 9, 2008

Archiving E-mail Effectively:

May 8, 2008

Everything you ever wanted to know about WimMAX:

May 7, 2008

Is Cloud Computing a Benefit or Threat?:

May 6, 2008

Many wireless resellers going under:

May 5, 2008

Sprint races to outperform Wi-Fi:

May 5, 2008

Ultrafast Internet nearly up to speed:

May 4, 2008

No party for this birthday: Spam's 30:

May 2, 2008

FCC caps subsidy to rural cell phone providers Move benefits big telecom firms:

May 1, 2008

Report Explains Broadband Leadership, Need for Strategy:

May 1, 2008

Vidyo Named Best Startup Of Interop:

April 30, 2008

Web in infancy, says Berners-Lee:

April 29, 2008

Will we butt up against the Web's limitations?:

April 26, 2008

U.S. Broadband Penetration Up 300% Since 2002:

April 23, 2008

FCC Announces Summit on Future of Nation's Emergency Alert System:

April 21, 2008

Facebook turns to users to translate on-site guidelines:

April 9, 2008

Nationwide cellphone alert system in the works:

April 9, 2008

Study Gives High Marks to U.S. Internet:

April 7, 2008

Virginia is the first to mandate that public schools offer Internet safety classes for all grade levels.:

March 29, 2008

Big wireless carriers get set to free the phone:

March 28, 2008

Phones Will Soon Tell Where You Are:

March 26, 2008

Cable Companies In Talks to Fund WiMax Network:

March 26, 2008

267 Million Dollar Loan for Rural Broadband Announced by USDA:

March 23, 2008

A Tech Rx for Doctors: The iPhone:

March 21, 2008

Call for wireless regulation gets louder:

March 20, 2008

Google Gives Free Phone Numbers and Voicemail to Homeless:

March 20, 2008

Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide - Privacy on the Internet:

March 19, 2008

Unscripted Ending. The picture gets blurry for the future of public access television.:

March 18, 2008

Long-Distance Wi-Fi:

March 18, 2008

Montana Consumers Should Be Aware of February 2009 Digital TV Transition :

March 16, 2008

iPhone bliss in Bozeman, Montana thanks to Chinook Wireless:

March 13, 2008

Video Road Hogs Stir Fear of Internet Traffic Jam:

March 12, 2008

Where are we with WiMax in the U.S.?:

March 10, 2008

High-speed broadband unlocks the potential of the Internet age. So why is the U.S. so far behind?:

March 7, 2008

When hard drives fail: My experience shows you need to have a plan:

March 6, 2008

Apple tweaks iPhone for business uses, seeking competitive edge:

March 3, 2008

YouTube Live Video Coming This Year:

March 1, 2008

iPhone jailbreak tools updated to open firmware 1.1.4:

February 28, 2008

Google gets into the website-building business:

February 28, 2008

College students slow to embrace text alerts. Texting to be used in University of Montana alert system:

February 28, 2008

Apple: Unlocked iPhones a good sign:

February 25, 2008

Aussie Researchers Build GiFi, A Tiny Chip With Big Wireless Capabilities:

February 23, 2008

Smartphone 2010: What Your Future Phone Will Be Packing:

February 22, 2008

Broadband Legislation Would Provide Economic Stimulus of $134 Billion Annually, Says Report:

February 22, 2008

The Curse of Internet Anonymity:

February 21, 2008

MTA Commentary—VoIP Wants Free Lunch:

February 21, 2008

T-Mobile to offer local service with unlimited calling:

February 20, 2008

Reality Mining:

February 20, 2008

A Blueprint for Rural Broadband:

February 19, 2008

Verizon to offer flat-fee unlimited wireless plans:

February 19, 2008

Cell Phone Use Linked To Increased Cancer Risk:

February 14, 2008

Mobile Carriers See Gold in Femtocells:

February 14, 2008

Comcast explains why it slows down some Net traffic:

February 13, 2008

Customers across Montana Can Now Make More Calls and Send More Data Wirelessly Than Ever Before:

February 11, 2008 produces online crime maps that locate hot spots Data extracted from police systems - users can get it free:

February 5, 2008

FCC, USDA Launch Rural Broadband Web Site:

February 4, 2008

The Mobile WiMAX train has left the station:

February 4, 2008

Overhaul of net addresses begins:

February 2, 2008

Cable damage that disrupts Net seen as 'wake-up call':

January 31, 2008

Mashable 2.0:

January 29, 2008

1 million iPhones unlocked?:

January 28, 2008

Firefox rises from ashes of abandoned Netscape:

January 28, 2008

Cell phone for blind can read documents aloud:

January 25, 2008

4G Will Cause Market Disruption:

January 24, 2008

Yellowstone launches streaming Webcam of Old Faithful:

January 22, 2008

National Intelligence Director Wants To Monitor All Net Communications:

January 22, 2008

Despite The Internet, Google Generation Lacks Analytical Skills:

January 22, 2008

FCC resumes testing of prototype devices to beam high-speed Internet over unused TV airwaves:

January 22, 2008

Birth of a new medium. Lights! Camera! Sales! How to use video to expand your business in a YouTube world:

January 12, 2008

ViaSat Inc. Satellite promises more and faster internet options for rural Americans:

January 10, 2008

The Untold Story: How the iPhone Blew Up the Wireless Industry:

January 10, 2008

Hope remains for national wireless network:

January 9, 2008

Top 10 Wireless Predictions for 2008:

January 8, 2008

Yahoo makes a move to compete for mobile phone Web users:

December 31, 2007

Pilot Program Paves Way For Emergency Responder Interoperability:

December 21, 2007

Monthly commentary of the Montana Telecommunications Association (MTA) - Broadband Deployment Trends:

December 21, 2007

Second Life Used To Solve Real World Engineering Challenges:

December 20, 2007

Study: Teens' online lives keep expanding:

December 19, 2007

Wireless Innovation Alliance Launches Campaign to Bring Broadband Access to All Americans:

December 17, 2007

Companies listen online, tap into marketing opportunities:

December 17, 2007

Striking writers in talks to launch Web start-ups:

December 17, 2007

Ribbit debuts as “Silicon Valley’s phone company”:

December 17, 2007

Nearly 95 Percent of E-mail is Spam:

December 16, 2007

Old media seek to know Google, not just fear it:

December 15, 2007

Google offers encyclopedia. Net service may rival Wikipedia, reward authors:

December 14, 2007

Broadband Over Powerline a Home Networking Winner, Says Group:

December 12, 2007

A low-cost route to the Web:

December 11, 2007

Notification System a Lifesaver During Southern California Fires:

December 11, 2007

Get ready for your close-up. Google's acclaimed, criticized Street View bears down on Boston:

December 10, 2007

Anaconda ‘blog’ encourages community to discuss issues:

December 10, 2007

Architect of Web seeks to enhance it. Tim Berners-Lee:

December 4, 2007

"Nobody knows how many people in the country don't have broadband available to them. We ought to know that.'' :

December 3, 2007

MTA Commentary-November 28, 2007 - Federal State Joint Board Recommends Long-term Universal Service Reform:

November 28, 2007

Catalogue Choice Helps Keep Your Mailbox Free of Unwanted Catalogues. Simplify Your Life and Save Natural Resources :

November 27, 2007

Craigslist or Crimeslist? Popular online classifieds home to thieves, con artists, prostitution:

November 22, 2007

U.S. in the broadband slow lane. Gap with other Countries is Widening:

November 22, 2007

Nonprofit Group Puts Web to Work For Emergencies. Stargazer Provides Tools To Communicate, Organize:

November 21, 2007

Japanese researchers make 'Second Life' more like real life:

November 21, 2007

Google lets users fine-tune maps:

November 21, 2007

Internet Traffic Jam by 2010?:

November 20, 2007

Report from Missoula-based Access Consulting outlines need for improved rural cell phone service, telecommunications:

November 20, 2007

Virginia puts telework in the fast lane:

November 16, 2007

Fee Based News Web Sites Tear Down That Wall. The Wall Street Journal is among those listening.:

November 16, 2007

Preserving One Web:

November 14, 2007

Social networkers reach out more with cellphones:

November 11, 2007

Be more than a blip in the blogosphere:

November 11, 2007

Google's Latest Efforts Test the Open Waters:

November 10, 2007

The New Media Ecosystem: Resistance Is Futile (And Could Even Be Fatal):

November 9, 2007

Nationwide WiMax plan may be over:

November 8, 2007

Encrypted E-Mail Company Hushmail Spills to Feds:

November 6, 2007

MSU notifies students, staff of security breaches:

November 2, 2007

Privacy Groups Call for Creation of "Do Not Track List":

November 1, 2007

States Step In to Close Broadband Gap:

October 30, 2007

An elusive search for the new mass medium:

October 30, 2007

Broadband connections critical for regional viability and growth:

October 29, 2007

Moving Freely between Virtual Worlds:

October 25, 2007

When Are Internet Service Providers Legally Responsible For Content Posted By Others?:

October 25, 2007

U.S. government considers mandating Internet service providers to forward customers' e-mails:

October 24, 2007

Readers want to know what you Digg:

October 22, 2007

Careless Move Teaches Valuable Lesson:

October 22, 2007

Enemybook - it's payback time. Program lets users heap scorn on those they hate the most:

October 18, 2007

Identity thieves targeting Missoula, Bozeman, Whitefish and Lolo:

October 18, 2007

Verizon Wireless Subscribers - Did you read the fine print?:

October 17, 2007

UWB may redefine wireless :

October 17, 2007

When it comes to giving up data, Verizon has its own roll-over policy:

October 17, 2007

Maybe e-mail isn't such a great idea, after all:

October 16, 2007

The expanding world of social networking:

October 14, 2007

There's no excuse to not back up files:

October 12, 2007

IBM Teams With Second Life To Build Portable Avatars:

October 11, 2007

Internet2 network now 10 times faster:

October 9, 2007

Can't Find A Wi-Fi Hotspot? Let This T-Shirt Find It For You:

October 8, 2007 buys startup that lets users decide what's news:

October 8, 2007

Entrepreneur Aims to Overthrow TV, Not Get Rich:

October 7, 2007

Internet's unsung guardians labor in obscurity to keep Web moving:

October 5, 2007

Internet addresses not in English to be tested:

October 5, 2007

Tech's latest growth industry: fake CEO blogs:

October 4, 2007

Blind shoppers win OK to sue Target because website isn't accessible.:

October 3, 2007

California State Internet services shut down over hacker intrusion:

October 2, 2007

Why Municipal Wi-Fi Projects Fail:

September 28, 2007

The wisdom of the "older" crowds is a growing online business:

September 24, 2007

Purchase a laptop, and child gets 1 free. Project aims to help developing countries:

September 24, 2007

Selling a Long-Shot Idea: Free Internet Access:

September 24, 2007

RSS feeds can boost business. How to set up an RSS feed. :

September 24, 2007

WiMax expected to shine at show:

September 22, 2007

10 Ways to Spice Up Your Blog:

September 19, 2007

Murdoch eyes free Wall Street Journal website:

September 19, 2007

Alaska Airlines Plans To Provide In-Flight Wireless Broadband Next Year:

September 19, 2007

Metro-Scale Wi-Fi Network Saves Lives in Tucson:

September 18, 2007

N.Y. Times ending charge for online access to paper:

September 18, 2007

Computer in the Cloud. Online desktop systems could bridge the digital divide.:

September 17, 2007

A recipe for connection. Technology eases way for Web conferencing by small businesses:

September 15, 2007

Social networking Web sites grow up. Tech investors, entrepreneurs focusing on baby boomers:

September 15, 2007

Personal Computing: Keeping Your Computer Going:

September 14, 2007

Municipal Wi-Fi thrives – on a small scale:

September 14, 2007

Wiring rural America:

September 14, 2007

Schwarzenegger Signs Ban on Teen Cell Phone Use While Driving:

September 10, 2007

Internet2 CEO, Douglas E. Van Houweling To Visit University Of Montana Campus, 9/17-18, Missoula, Montana:

September 9, 2007

Do Not Call List Set to Expire:

September 9, 2007

Press 1 if you hate talking to a device. Peter Theis knows he has a lot to answer for.:

September 8, 2007

Still growing, spam is now 83% of all e-mail:

September 8, 2007

Ten things that finally killed Net neutrality:

September 8, 2007

Open-source software a worldwide collaboration:

September 6, 2007

Montana Telecommunications Association (MTTA) "dealing with “soft dial tone” and “early termination fees.”":

September 6, 2007

Electronic books reach new chapter. Amazon, Google join fray this fall:

September 2, 2007

Faster Wi-Fi in works to transfer movies, other large data files:

August 30, 2007

Municipal Wi-Fi Woes Spread:

August 30, 2007

Japan plans R&D on Internet replacement:

August 29, 2007

New Social-Networking Sites Let Professionals Rub Virtual Elbows:

August 29, 2007

People-search engines try to be more specific than Google:

August 29, 2007

Japan's Warp-Speed Ride to Internet Future. Most UK households now have broadband Internet:

August 27, 2007

It's easy and relatively cheap: Back up your computer:

August 27, 2007

Yahoo e-mail to let users send text to phones:

August 21, 2007

Make Wi-Fi safe with private network:

August 20, 2007

Vote On the Most Shameful Wikipedia Spin Jobs:

August 16, 2007

Bandwidth fairy tales: When will the "Three Little Pigs" get it right?:

August 16, 2007

Waging War Against Cybersquatting:

August 16, 2007

A Free Mesh Network for San Francisco:

August 15, 2007

Why Wi-Fi Networks Are Floundering:

August 15, 2007

See Who's Editing Wikipedia - Diebold, the CIA, a Campaign:

August 14, 2007

Wisconsin Announces Cell Phone and Internet Access for 350,000 Wisconsin Citizens:

August 14, 2007

Microsoft said prototype Internet device was broken when FCC tested and failed it:

August 13, 2007

How safe is your wireless?:

August 13, 2007

ConnectKentucky Success Spurs Formation of a National Organization. "Connected Nation":

August 10, 2007

Montana Telecommunications Association Monthly Commentary - Telcos help fight Montana Fires:

August 8, 2007

Hide Your E-mail Address from Spam Bots:

August 8, 2007

Prototype Internet device fails FCC test:

August 5, 2007

IP address shortage to limit Internet access:

August 2, 2007

Set The WSJ Free!:

August 2, 2007

Municipal Wi-Fi "experts" have egg on their faces:

July 31, 2007

Campers demand WiFi link:

July 31, 2007

FTC Seeks Comments on Uses of Social Security Numbers in the Private Sector:

July 27, 2007

MATR goes Lijit for better search functions.:

July 26, 2007

Circuit breakers wipe out the Web:

July 24, 2007

"Home Broadband Adoption 2007":

July 23, 2007

Subsidy to cell phone companies that provide rural access scrutinized:

July 23, 2007

The even faster frontier of broadband:

July 23, 2007

Digg Labs' Fascinating, Confusing Tools:

July 19, 2007

Now You Can "Rule the Web":

July 19, 2007

You could look it up: He changed the world - Wikipedia:

July 15, 2007

U.S. Wireless Networks to Become the Next Dumb Pipes, Says Study:

July 13, 2007

America's Top Digital Counties Ranked for Exceptional Use of Technology:

July 12, 2007

MTA Commentary: Municipal Broadband Networks: sounds good; doesn’t work:

July 10, 2007

Governors are fair-weather Facebook friends:

July 10, 2007

New rules could rock wireless world:

June 30, 2007

USDA Announces Availability of $8.9 Million in Broadband Grants:

June 28, 2007

Qwest asks FCC to shift $500 million to rural Web access:

June 24, 2007

The Cult of the Amateur: How Today's Internet Is Killing Our Culture. Reflections on a new monkey business:

June 18, 2007

Citywide digital campaign is urged. Chicago told to look beyond connectivity:

June 18, 2007

AT&T Quietly Offers $10 DSL Plan:

June 13, 2007

MTA Commentary-Interim Cap on New Universal Service Support:

June 11, 2007

Portland's municipal Wi-Fi service disappoints:

June 11, 2007

Plan will let Salt Lake riders surf Web while they ride:

June 9, 2007

The Missoulian’s domain game:

June 9, 2007

Digital signatures get Web standards nod:

June 8, 2007

New Online Alert System to Enhance NY Emergency Response:

June 7, 2007

Could US repel a cyberattack?:

June 6, 2007

Bringing public Wi-Fi to small-towns:

June 5, 2007

Verizon Wireless Customers in Montana Get Faster Wireless Broadband Network:

June 5, 2007

Widening the world of free Wi-Fi:

June 4, 2007

Desperate Botnet Battlers Call for an Internet Driver's License:

May 31, 2007

Authorities apprehend Internet 'spam king':

May 30, 2007

Google's Web developer day (Thursdy 5-31)- emphasizes 'mash-ups':

May 25, 2007

Bill Gates on local advertising: Yellow Pages gone in 5 years:

May 25, 2007

Parents turn to kids for tech support:

May 25, 2007

Business, Consumer Coalition Calls On Congress For Universal Broadband:

May 23, 2007

New Newspaper Launches in Montana's Flathead Valley. The Flathead Beacon:

May 23, 2007

Promising technique will take bite out of spam:

May 18, 2007

Conference calls: Cutting the cord. The wild world of online conference calling.:

May 16, 2007

MTA Commentary—State Telecom Network Upgrades:

May 14, 2007

Disaster alert? Check your cellphone.:

May 8, 2007

Colleges weigh text messaging as a tool to warn students of danger. Loyola Marymount University Emergency Preparedness Program:

May 3, 2007

CenturyTel Update is Web of woes for clients in the Flathead Valley of Montana:

May 2, 2007

Digg users revolt:

May 2, 2007

City of London Fires Up Europe's Most Advanced Wi-Fi Network :

April 28, 2007

Has Google been poking through your Gmail?:

April 27, 2007

Utah firm leads charge to fight spam with suit:

April 27, 2007

President Dennison mandates the use of University of Montana e-mail:

April 26, 2007

Group Tells Congress "Hands off the Internet":

April 24, 2007

Save Internet Radio From Perishing on May 15th:

April 24, 2007

Embracing Mobility to Strengthen the Campus Community:

April 22, 2007

From Many Tweets, One Loud Voice on the Internet:

April 20, 2007

Owning the Keys That Will Make the Internet More Secure. "This is the U.S. government stepping forward and showing leadership.":

April 19, 2007

Lessons From Virginia Tech: A Disaster Alert System That Works:

April 19, 2007

Microsoft increases efforts to bridge world's digital divide:

April 18, 2007

Montana Telecommunications Association Commentary -AT&T Proposal to Stabilize the Universal Service Fund:

April 17, 2007

Technology Can Improve Lives:

April 16, 2007

High-speed wireless on the go. Avis to offer routers that plug into car lighters:

April 15, 2007

The 1-2-3, A-B-Cs of e-mail. "The Hamster Revolution":

April 14, 2007

OK, now let's scrap the Internet!:

April 3, 2007

Freifunk: Germany's User-Run Network Explodes Beyond Its Borders:

March 30, 2007

Brazil offers free Net access to Amazon tribes:

March 27, 2007

Video: Tim Berners-Lee on the Semantic Web:

March 25, 2007

A Cheaper Route to Speeding Up the Web:

March 23, 2007

MTA Commentary—FCC Commissioners Speak up on Universal Service:

March 20, 2007

Oops! Computer tech wipes out info on $38B fund:

March 19, 2007

Online hacking organized, report says. Most computer attacks originate in U.S.:

March 16, 2007

Technology cuts down on Web registrations:

March 15, 2007

How Free Wi-Fi Could Change Los Angeles. What could it do for your community?:

March 15, 2007

Google Adds a Safeguard on Privacy for Searchers:

March 13, 2007

Montana State University works to improve rural emergency communication:

March 13, 2007

Tech Firms Push to Use TV Airwaves for Internet. Cable, Phone Companies Watch Warily:

March 13, 2007

The Different Flavors of Muni Wi-Fi:

March 9, 2007

The 10 Most Connected Cities in the World :

March 8, 2007

Australian Broadband Guarantee Announced:

March 7, 2007

Vermont Governor Showcases Economic and Social Value of Universal Broadband and Wireless:

March 7, 2007

Nationwide Digital Divide Program Launches First Pilot In Chicago - El Paso, Texas, Launches Digital Inclusion Initiative:

March 3, 2007

FCC Grants Internet Phone Access. Rural Carriers must open local lines:

February 25, 2007

City of Napa Going Wireless:

February 23, 2007

Paper, silicon meet on your computer. Microsoft, Hearst unite to deliver newspapers online:

February 21, 2007

Type Two scientists think that social networks can improve disaster relief.:

February 20, 2007

Getting Clueful: Five Things You Should Know About Fighting Spam:

February 17, 2007

Former Homeland Security Chief Slams Interoperability Progress:

February 16, 2007

Why Some U.S. Citizens Still Can't Get Broadband:

February 15, 2007

Verizon calls for new rural broadband incentives:

February 14, 2007

Houston Plans Citywide Wi-Fi Network:

February 14, 2007

Springing Forward Creates Big Issue for Information Technologies:

February 12, 2007

Wireless sensors extend reach of Internet into the real world:

February 5, 2007

Unwired Singapore. "The World is Flat" How is your community competing?:

February 4, 2007

Wireless Internet for All, Without the Towers:

February 1, 2007

Nokia donates Internet technology for S.F. students. Isn't waiting for a citywide Wi-Fi network :

January 30, 2007

An Alternative to San Francisco's Wi-Fi Deal:

January 29, 2007

At Davos, the Squabble Resumes on How to Wire the Third World. Barrett vs. Negroponte:

January 26, 2007

Nonprofit begins work on statewide Wyoming health information network:

January 25, 2007

Municipal Wireless: Evaluating "Public-Private Partnerships" and Other Private Business Models:

January 24, 2007

Microsoft riles Wikipedia. Company offered to pay blogger to fix 'mistakes':

January 22, 2007

VoIP Continues To Pose Technical Problems:

January 18, 2007

Five Ways Public Ownership Solves the U.S. Broadband Problem:

January 16, 2007

Skype founders unveil details of new Internet television project:

January 11, 2007

U.S. Senators Dorgan and Snowe Introduce Internet Freedom Preservation Act. Qwest CEO: Net neutrality act is 'nuts':

January 9, 2007

The Dimensions of a Digital Community:

January 8, 2007

Geek to Live: Automatically back up your hard drive:

January 8, 2007

The sultans of stream:

January 8, 2007

If your car's ailing, websites can help:

January 7, 2007

Blog Draws Visitors With Useful Tech Tips:

January 7, 2007

The Wikipedia way to better intelligence:

January 5, 2007

The Boob Tube Goes Broadband:

January 4, 2007

Studios OK technology for movie downloads:

January 3, 2007

The Internet Accelerates While U.S. Trails Behind:

December 21, 2006

Geoff Feiss, General Manager- Montana Telecommunications Association Comments on Video Competition:

December 21, 2006

Digital Inclusion: Wireless Initiatives:

December 21, 2006

FCC proposal may aid Qwest in TV market:

December 21, 2006

Former Glendive resident plays important role in Oregon rescue through cell phone tracking:

December 20, 2006

Milpitas, Calif., Kicks off Municipal Wireless Network Today - Anchorage invites bids for Wireless Network:

December 18, 2006

Who's Behind the Spam Surge?:

December 18, 2006

Another option. WiMax networks hope to lure customers from DSL:

December 18, 2006

Goodbye TV, Hello Broadband - Is the internet finally ready to kill old-school television?:

December 17, 2006

FCC head: Cities block cable competition:

December 14, 2006

Building a Better Wikipedia:

December 12, 2006

Tempe, Arizona: First U.S. Citywide Public Access Wi-Fi - 40 Square Miles:

December 12, 2006

'Wiki' founder says he'll give away more free software:

December 12, 2006

Wi-Fi as a Health Hazard:

November 23, 2006

Cellphone owners will be allowed to break software locks on their handsets in order to use them with competing carriers under new copyright rules announced Wednesday.:

November 23, 2006

Free Services to Inspire Your Cellphone:

November 22, 2006

Enterprise Blogging Software Proliferates:

November 22, 2006

Wikis are spreading into new realms:

November 21, 2006

Websites not liable for posts by others:

November 15, 2006

Paris Wants To Woo The 'Creative Class' - "A Farewell to Arms" on a laptop?:

November 15, 2006

Wireless Internet's new target: Seattle homes:

November 14, 2006

With a Dish, Broadband Goes Rural:

November 14, 2006

Coalition aims to make systems work together:

November 10, 2006

Adobe Gives Browsers a Boost:

November 9, 2006

Progress Report: Broadband In The Sticks:

November 8, 2006

Russians see telemedicine potential during visit to Great Falls and Choteau:

November 6, 2006

Key Web 2.0 sites, people and why do we care?:

November 1, 2006

University of Montana Information Technology Takes Steps to Increase Network Performance:

October 30, 2006

A 'Medium' for Web connections:

October 30, 2006

Private Conversation Is Aim Of New Blog Software:

October 28, 2006

California Executive Order to Promote Statewide Broadband:

October 26, 2006

Product helps disabled people use computers:

October 23, 2006

Cisco's 'worst-kept secret' - Video-Conferencing System to be Unveiled :

October 23, 2006

The Importance of Google PageRank: A Guide For Small Business Executives:

October 21, 2006

Bloggers Stop Military Aircraft Sale to Chavez:

October 21, 2006

Some Youth Rethink Online Communications:

October 17, 2006

Securing your network in a growing wireless world:

October 17, 2006

Sounds Spooky, but Just Might Save Your Data:

October 16, 2006

Opting Out of Linked In. Everything that's wrong with the Linked In service. :

October 14, 2006

Take control of spam with "disposable" e-mail addresses:

October 12, 2006

Cybercrime flourishes in online hacker forums - robs U.S. businesses of $67.2 billion a year:

October 12, 2006

"Personal broadband" on its way:

October 9, 2006

Cutting out the cords. New cell phones are coming that could sound a death knell for landline home phones:

October 9, 2006

Beginners discover blogs easy as 1, 2, 3:

October 8, 2006

Sun CEO writes to SEC about blog rule:

October 6, 2006

Older set crashes the party at MySpace:

October 2, 2006

Accessibility computes. Research shows software features for disabled help all:

September 30, 2006

Phone firms can get California statewide franchise for TV. Cable competition opens as governor signs legislation:

September 28, 2006

Rural Areas Left in Slow Lane of High-Speed Data Highway:

September 27, 2006

New browser allows surfers to remain anonymous; could help people involved in illegal online activities:

September 27, 2006

New browser allows surfers to remain anonymous; could help people involved in illegal online activities:

September 27, 2006

New browser allows surfers to remain anonymous; could help people involved in illegal online activities:

September 27, 2006

New browser allows surfers to remain anonymous; could help people involved in illegal online activities:

September 27, 2006

New browser allows surfers to remain anonymous; could help people involved in illegal online activities:

September 27, 2006

New browser allows surfers to remain anonymous; could help people involved in illegal online activities:

September 27, 2006

They know their audience. Page views? Unique visitors? Hits? How the Internet methodically measures its users:

September 26, 2006

The Future of the Internet II:

September 26, 2006

Educators, law enforcement learn how to help protect kids on Internet:

September 26, 2006

Wireless Networking May Soon Get Faster. Will Anyone Care?:

September 25, 2006

Firm to unveil anonymous messaging. "This message will self-destruct in 5 seconds...":

September 25, 2006

Advertisers turn to text messaging. Medium low in cost, high in effectiveness:

September 24, 2006

How to explain RSS the Oprah way:

September 24, 2006

Summit Focuses on Broadband Growth:

September 19, 2006

Gov't Wants ISPs' User Data:

September 18, 2006

Broadband Powerline Networking Poised to Win Worldwide Residential Networking Race, Says Group:

September 17, 2006

Wi-Fi Mesh Deployment in Cleveland Builds Digital Bridge for Local Neighborhoods:

September 16, 2006

U.S. Senate Approves Wireless Emergency Alert System:

September 15, 2006

The Online Supernova: 15 Years Of The World Wide Web. Happy Birthday Web:

September 14, 2006

Access-fee bill roils Net phone industry. Telecoms defend premium charge; others fear it will stifle innovation:

September 12, 2006

BPL to the rescue?:

September 11, 2006

Former space tourist takes on Microsoft with open source operating system:

September 10, 2006

Helena 911 center can send automated emergency info to the public:

September 10, 2006

Digg Fights Top Users For Control:

September 10, 2006

Alliance Selected to Build Free Wireless Net for Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay Region:

September 5, 2006

Tech firm gaining altitude. Space Data Corp. lands Air Force contract for balloon-borne network:

September 5, 2006

Spam + Blogs = Trouble Splogs are the latest thing in online scams – and they could smother the Internet.:

August 31, 2006

Solar power may soon bring the Web to remote areas:

August 30, 2006

Maine lags nation in high-speed Internet penetration but it has a plan.:

August 30, 2006

How popular are you?:

August 29, 2006

Blogging: A Start-Up Guide:

August 28, 2006

Ride The Bus, Surf The Web:

August 24, 2006

Joke generator gives disabled kids a sense of pun:

August 23, 2006

On-The-Go Technologies That Will Change Your Life:

August 18, 2006

The Doctor on the Digital Tundra:

August 18, 2006

Wireless Works Wonders in Tibet:

August 16, 2006

'Paint-on' Antennas Could Offer Emergency Response Wireless Alternative:

August 14, 2006

Netgear’s adapter turns house electrical wires into data network:

August 11, 2006

Nationwide 4G Wireless Broadband Initiative Announced:

August 10, 2006

Back from Scoble’s OffTheGrid Camp in Montana:

August 10, 2006

A Night at the Movies. Technorati's Hirshberg webcasts on blogging and how it fits into the global market.:

August 8, 2006

Riverside, Calif., to Get Pilot Municipal Wi-Fi and Public Safety Network:

August 8, 2006

FCC Promotes Broadband over Power Line, Denies Television Industry and Amateur Radio Requests:

August 7, 2006

Powell, Wyoming moves toward municipal high speed network:

August 3, 2006

Researchers demonstrate 'systemic' vulnerability in wireless computers:

August 2, 2006

In strategy shift, AOL makes more services free in chase for ads:

August 1, 2006

Fiber-optic infrastructure spurring city economic development:

July 31, 2006

Hub sets Boston-wide WiFi plan. Nonprofit to install `open access' hookups. Motorola prepares plans for Chicago-wide Wi-Fi:

July 27, 2006

Wiki tools resembling standard software:

July 27, 2006

New Internet is the Stuff of Dreams. Chicago stands at the hub of a fast network that will offer wonders of 3-D virtual reality:

July 26, 2006

Server Farms Live Off Open Source. "Whenever you go to Google, you're using Linux,":

July 26, 2006

Great Falls considering wireless Internet access:

July 26, 2006

Surprise, Arizona second in nation to provide broadband over power lines (BPL) No modems, no dial-up, no cables. :

July 25, 2006

Pew Internet Project Reports on Bloggers:

July 24, 2006

Why Should We Care About the Future of Universal Service?:

July 19, 2006

YouTube's 'New' Terms Still Fleece Musicians:

July 17, 2006

Tel-Assurance program keeps hospitalizations down:

July 14, 2006

A Visionary Seeking to Connect the World, Wirelessly. Marshall Brown:

July 13, 2006

Win98 Train Wreck Is Finally Here:

July 12, 2006

Low-income French families to get PC, Internet for 1 euro a day:

July 11, 2006

Download Net on your laptop? Maybe someday:

July 10, 2006

The Internet Is Not A Truck. Senator Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) explained why he voted against the amendment and gave an amazing primer on how the internet works.:

July 10, 2006

Affordable citywide Wi-Fi experiment launched nationwide:

July 9, 2006

2 new services warn about sleazy sites on the Web. Scandoo and SiteAdvisor can help filter undesirable information from your computer:

July 5, 2006

Intel to Invest $600 Million in WiMAX Startup:

July 5, 2006

In Depth: Five Things You Must Know About VoIP:

July 4, 2006

Money at center of Web fight:

June 28, 2006

U.S. vulnerable to ‘cyber Katrina’. Shortfalls could spell major Internet disruption:

June 27, 2006

Filling a Gap in the Nation's High-Speed Networks:

June 27, 2006

Closing in on the holy grail of citywide Wi-Fi -Israeli startup Wavion is promising a cheaper way to flood entire cities with wireless broadband.:

June 23, 2006

The End of E-Mail Is there a Wiki in your future?:

June 22, 2006

Advice for Cities Considering Wireless:

June 21, 2006

Wikis Made Simple -- Very Simple:

June 15, 2006

AT&T seeks to bridge the digital divide:

June 13, 2006

Verizon Bringing Ultra-High-Speed Fiber into Homes:

June 12, 2006

"Brain computer interface" may help paralyzed communicate.:

June 11, 2006

Wi-Fi town a learning center. Residents get half price cable and phone-based communications:

June 11, 2006

Qwest, Microsoft join forces on Web services. Denver telco to offer Windows Live on its high-speed lines:

May 22, 2006

Georgia Governor Announces Funding for Wireless Broadband Networks:

May 22, 2006

Startup Wants To Offer Free Nationwide Wireless:

May 18, 2006

CEO roundtable: Top tech players sound off about evolving industry:

May 17, 2006

Seven-step Program for Community Information Strategies:

May 11, 2006

Boise State campus makes switch to Internet phoning. VoIP system using existing computer network costs less than conventional phone technology:

May 10, 2006

Utah's state Senate this year became the first legislative body to make online "blogging" a vital tool in lawmaking.:

May 9, 2006

The Black Box That Would Conquer Telecom. Open Source Rounter for 1/5 the Cost:

May 8, 2006

Software can turn blogs into meetings:

May 5, 2006

The RFID Hacking Underground. Who's "bumped" into you lately? :

May 5, 2006

AOL's 'AIM Phoneline' offers free local phone number:

May 2, 2006

Intel to Offer Its Own Plan for Global Internet Access :

April 28, 2006

What if your Internet service came through the power outlet? California regulators clear way for consumers to one day get broadband over power lines.:

April 27, 2006

Lightning-quick Internet2 almost ready:

April 27, 2006

WiFi gold rush. Private sector declares open season on municipal wireless:

April 25, 2006

Oregon emergency system (RAINS) helps deploy responders via the Web:

April 24, 2006

Soon that cell will be all ears. Voice-recognition technology will cut out the wait time:

April 24, 2006

Speed limit on WiFi about to get a boost:

April 20, 2006

Survey: Americans use Internet to make life decisions like looking for a new place to live.:

April 19, 2006

Navajo Nation Gets Networked. "Internet to the Hogan" will bring communications and distance learning to more than 250,000 Navajos.:

April 18, 2006

Instant wireless networks for emergencies. Redwood City firm's software to be used at terror-attack drill:

April 17, 2006

Strategy Paper Explains How Community-Wide Wireless is Coming to the Rescue:

April 16, 2006

Dial *228 for better reception throughout Montana. Your cell needs to be taught the location of the new cell towers:

April 16, 2006

Telecom in the city. Critics of taxpayer-funded Net systems point to financial losses:

April 13, 2006

Portland (un)plugs in to free, universal Wi-Fi. Internet access - The city picks a small California firm to build a network that would be mostly completed in 2007:

April 9, 2006

Major Upgrade Coming to Manassas, Va., Broadband Over Powerline System:

April 7, 2006

The University of Montana Kaimin’s newly remodeled Web site revealed:

April 6, 2006

Taking the San Francisco wireless - Panel recommends Google/Earthlink team to build network.:

April 5, 2006

Montana State Library Receives Grant From the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation To Assist Public Libraries with Technology:

April 4, 2006

Teaching kids to drive the Net:

April 4, 2006

The Network is the Computer- users -- including developers, scientists, and researchers -- will have access to Sun Grid, a compute utility available at $1/CPU-hr in the U.S.:

April 3, 2006

New Technology Policy Think Tank Launched - The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF):

April 2, 2006

Why Municipal Wi-Fi May Be a Bad Investment for Cities:

April 1, 2006

Israel's 'kosher' cellphone testing appetite for growth:

March 31, 2006

Wireless Home Security. Upcoming decisions by the Wi-Fi Alliance could make securing a wireless home network easier.:

March 30, 2006 Beta program launched. A new unique blogging and social networking site developed specifically for kids ages 8 to 14.:

March 27, 2006

Hughes Looking At Rural Internet. Satellite Firm Sees Chance to Grow:

March 25, 2006

Father of spam says he has no regrets:

March 24, 2006

Island Wisdom, Coded in Java. "Trampoline" -fundamental principles on how people communicate:

March 24, 2006

Now Legislators can Phone Home to Thousands of Constituents. Tele-Town Hall is poised to shape the future of political exchange.:

March 24, 2006

Sprint Offshoot Tries Muni Wi-Fi. More and more incumbent broadband providers are accepting that citywide wireless networks are not going away.:

March 23, 2006

Ten Questions “With” Jackie Onassis. "What Would Jackie Do?" How to show class:

March 21, 2006

Global digital divide grows wider, UW research finds:

March 20, 2006

Freeing Cities From Telco and Cable Monopolies:

March 20, 2006

Face-to-face meetings gain remote possibilities:

March 16, 2006

'Largest Wireless Network' Planned For Arizona - 187-square-mile network:

March 16, 2006

Gates sketches out vision for the future. "redefine the way that citizens think about how they work with government and how efficient communication takes place,":

March 15, 2006

Pushing the Internet Into Space:

March 14, 2006

Broadband on the range. Senate plans may spread high-speed service to rural spots.:

March 13, 2006

PIN Scandal 'Worst Hack Ever'; Citibank Only The Start:

March 12, 2006

National Leaders Join Oregon's RAIN (Regional Alliances for Infrastructure and Network Security) Board:

March 11, 2006

Wireless firms move into social networking:

March 10, 2006

How to monitor the kids from online social perils?:

March 9, 2006

Broadband Over Power Lines for 21st Century Communities:

March 8, 2006

The Strength of Internet Ties - The internet and email aid users in maintaining their social networks and provide pathways to help when people face big decisions:

March 3, 2006

U.S. Senator Unveils Net Neutrality Legislation:

March 2, 2006

Creating 'original content' for the Web. Danger:

March 1, 2006

Powell, Wyoming fiber optic network moves forward. System would offer 30 to 100 times faster Internet connections:

February 28, 2006

The Strength of Internet Ties:

February 28, 2006

Inside the world of Wikipedians, there's drama, politics and love:

February 28, 2006

One year after Qwest deregulation, rural Idaho phone companies ask for similar treatment:

February 27, 2006

Increasing Web attacks disrupt commerce:

February 27, 2006

The Minneapolis City Council approves plan for privately run citywide Wi-Fi network:

February 23, 2006

Wi-Fi Moving To London:

February 21, 2006

Faster than Fiber. A new wireless technology could beat fiber optics for speed in some applications.:

February 20, 2006

Gates: End to passwords in sight:

February 19, 2006

Governor, Legislative Leaders Announce Landmark Internet Initiative for Smaller Communities:

February 18, 2006

It's a Wi-Fi kind of town. Chicago seeks proposals for citywide Internet access:

February 18, 2006

Texas Gov. Perry Announces High-Speed Internet Headed to Rural Texas:

February 17, 2006

Skype's online phone calls may give wiretappers fits:

February 16, 2006

A Truly API:

February 15, 2006

Telecom industry attacks city-run Wi-Fi:

February 14, 2006

Blind Cal student sues Target. Suit charges retailer's Web site cannot be used by the sightless:

February 14, 2006

Rumours mount over Google's internet plan:

February 10, 2006

As cellular technology advances, University of Montana ponders future of dorm telephones:

February 10, 2006

Towns caught in clash over Net access:

February 9, 2006

Missoula hospitals enter the electronic age of EMR's:

February 9, 2006

Two Cities Receive Technology Awards From U.S. Conference of Mayors:

February 8, 2006

Broadband: A link to the outside world. By Sen. Conrad Burns (R-Mont.):

February 7, 2006

"TV and newspaper companies risk losing an entire generation of users unless they immediately start promoting their online products,":

February 7, 2006

3 hydrogen-filled balloons in the stratosphere could provide the coverage of 1,100 cell towers in North Dakota:

February 7, 2006

Are Internet toll roads ahead? Web heavy-hitters and user advocates to argue in Senate:

February 7, 2006

Prague Seeks City-wide Free Internet Zone:

February 7, 2006

Wireless Technologies May Be Key To Continued Prosperity:

February 6, 2006

Sen. Baucus pushes for .xxx Internet domain:

February 6, 2006

Google, Skype in Startup to Link Hotspots. Google and Skype Invest in Startup to Link Hotspots and Help Owners Charge for Wi-Fi Access:

February 4, 2006

Top 25 Free Wi-Fi College Towns. Bozeman, Montana Ranks 3rd Nationally:

February 4, 2006

Orem, Utah gets UTOPIA 'hookup':

February 2, 2006

Five Ways To Keep Your Google Searches Private:

February 2, 2006

MySpace and Facebook changes the social landscape:

February 1, 2006

Bill Gates sees cellphones, not $100 laptops, as way to help Third World:

February 1, 2006

One Out of Two Communities Evaluating Wireless Services, Survey Finds:

January 31, 2006

With Few Options, Rural Businesses Forced to Find Their Own Internet Access:

January 31, 2006

Small, cheap alternative to cell towers: balloons from Extend America in Bismark, ND:

January 31, 2006

News Papers take a leap forward, opening up to new ideas. Time Inc. to Cut 100 More Jobs as It Focuses on Web Business:

January 30, 2006 Website Launched. Will empower consumers to fight back against badware.:

January 29, 2006

VoIP ideal vehicle for hackers, scientists warn:

January 28, 2006

AOL to offer broadband service through Qwest:

January 28, 2006

RFP Under Development For High-Speed Wireless Data Network to Cover Silicon Valley:

January 27, 2006

Blazing Wi-Fi Zips Toward Reality:

January 27, 2006

Pew Internet: The Internet Improves Americans' Capacity to Maintain Their Social Networks and Get Help:

January 26, 2006

Study: Internet expands social contacts:

January 26, 2006

WiMAX Forum Announces First Certified Products:

January 25, 2006

The Unwired Future, On Hold:

January 24, 2006

S.F. offers more wireless access than any U.S. city. Does it still need a need a citywide wireless system?:

January 21, 2006

A Browser Built for Web 2.0:

January 20, 2006

802.11n Proposal For Next-Gen Wi-Fi Approved:

January 20, 2006

The Washington Post Decides to Close Blog, Citing Vitriol:

January 20, 2006

Industry puts call out over wireless broadband future. Wi-Fi evolves, gets political:

January 19, 2006

The Importance of Being Pretty:

January 18, 2006

Let There Be Wi-Fi:

January 18, 2006

VoIP cleans out POTS:

January 17, 2006

Phone system alerted Helenans to jail van escape - Free "A Child is Missing Alert" (ACIM) system proves very effective:

January 16, 2006

Bresnan pulls plug on rural customers in Montana:

January 15, 2006

Web 2.0: `a read and write mechanism':

January 15, 2006

Anonymity on a Disk:

January 14, 2006

One-stop site for blogs offered. Mass. startup to pay writers:

January 13, 2006

Faster Wi-Fi Proposal Passes Hurdle:

January 13, 2006

Portland may build fiber-optic network. Speedy access - The $470 million project could bring Internet and cable to residents:

January 10, 2006

City Broadband: The Debate Continues. Wi-Fi run by cities: Yea or nay?:

January 9, 2006

Ultra-Wideband Brings Wireless Video to Cars. Wait till the guys at Pimp My Ride hear about this.:

January 8, 2006

20 ways to converge when we only need 2 or 3:

January 6, 2006

Google and Yahoo Aim at Another Screen:

January 5, 2006

Gates shrugs off Google competition. Microsoft leader touts new digital products:

January 3, 2006

Tech will be the top story in the way we get news. Webcasts, blogs allow flexibility:

January 2, 2006

Yahoo shapes up online video project. Reality series pilot to be broadcast on the Internet:

December 29, 2005

Ten websites you shouldn't miss:

December 23, 2005

San Francisco seeks proposals for Wi-Fi. Citywide network would be free for users:

December 23, 2005

Your Right to Be an Idiot:

December 22, 2005

Governor Pushing Statewide Wi-Fi :

December 22, 2005

Will Mobile Broadband Kill Wi-Fi?:

December 20, 2005

The Golden Egg? Can municipal wireless networks solve economic development challenges for rural communities?:

December 20, 2005

Simdesk: the tools for a community to compete on the world stage.:

December 20, 2005

Dayton, Ohio, Tests Cisco's New Mesh System:

December 20, 2005

Now I can watch my home TV from anywhere on Earth:

December 20, 2005

Vivato shuts its doors, leaving Kent and Spokane Wi-Fi networks up in the air:

December 20, 2005

Pilot in Pennsylvania: Wireless Internet Delivered By Broadband Over Power Line:

December 19, 2005

The Internet Is Broken. The Net's basic flaws cost firms billions, impede innovation, and threaten national security.:

December 18, 2005

Websites let send e-mail to their future selves:

December 18, 2005

Is 'Googlezon' in our future?:

December 18, 2005

University blog gathers information for farmers:

December 18, 2005

NeoReach CEO upbeat on wireless cities:

December 15, 2005

Billings airport adds flight info system, wireless Internet:

December 14, 2005

State program provides phone equipment for disabled in Montana. Missoula Conference introduces new technology to hearing impaired students:

December 14, 2005

Should Cities Provide Free WiFi For Economic Development?:

December 14, 2005

New York Citywide Broadband for 8 Million Citizens Under Study:

December 13, 2005

HP, DreamWorks will build, sell virtual conference rooms:

December 12, 2005

Broadband Use for Elderly, Disabled a Key to Reducing U.S. Health Care Costs?:

December 12, 2005

Free Watson helps consumers find what they weren't seeking. :

December 10, 2005

Comcast Seeks Edge In Phone Service Cable Firm Aims To Outdo Verizon:

December 10, 2005

State wide rural broadband initiative launched in Michigan:

December 10, 2005

Six Wireless Communities Best Practices Award Winners:

December 9, 2005

As Wi-Fi spreads, more free locations popping up... and they're the best:

December 9, 2005

The Denver Post may launch free newspaper:

December 8, 2005

The All-Mobile Workplace Will Change Everything—Eventually:

December 8, 2005

Open Source Turns Strategic:

December 7, 2005

Yahoo's new online phone calls near:

December 7, 2005

Sunnyvale, Calif., Launches First Advertising-Sponsored Community Wi-Fi:

December 6, 2005

Telecom law of 1996 Rewrite Breaks Faith With Earlier Version:

December 6, 2005

Skype Adds Video, Blogs to VoIP:

December 6, 2005

AOL and InfoGin can transcode the Internet so that full Web pages fit on the tiny screens of mobile phones, bypassing the need for WAP-compatible pages:

December 6, 2005

Simplicity of design-like Google-drives success:

December 6, 2005

Wikipedia crack down - writers told to register:

December 4, 2005

BellSouth exec wants Net delivery fee:

December 4, 2005

Snared in the Web of a Wikipedia Liar:

December 3, 2005

By the People - The latest release of the open-source Firefox browser includes many features requested, and even designed, by users.:

December 2, 2005

Executive has an answer to phone system cheat sheet:

December 2, 2005

Verizon to Offer TV Service for Cell Phones:

December 1, 2005

Montana State University College of Engineering adds to wireless campus - UM SoBA Undergoes a Technology and Computer Upgrade:

December 1, 2005

Wireless Internet blankets Cody, Wyoming:

December 1, 2005

Vying for Remote Control -Companies Scramble for a Niche as Computers and Televisions Merge:

November 30, 2005

Keeping Up With Cedar Rapids - "Got Wi-Fi?":

November 29, 2005

Money Is There to Aid Rural Internet, but Loans Are Hard to Get:

November 29, 2005

NASCIO offers nation wide communications interoperability model:

November 29, 2005

New Orleans set to launch the nation's first municipally owned free Wi-Fi:

November 26, 2005

Search technology comes to the camera phone:

November 25, 2005

Broadband Over Power Lines: Ready For A Big Breakthrough? Electric lines will carry Internet to Illinois town:

November 24, 2005

Craigslist founder planning Net-based news venture:

November 23, 2005

Anyone can write a blog, but will anyone read it?:

November 23, 2005

Thinking Big--the need for a new, more powerful, more energy efficient internet:

November 22, 2005

Paul Graham on Web 2.0 :

November 22, 2005

National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) announced the release of its new research brief, We Need to Talk: Governance Models to Advance Communications Interoperability.:

November 21, 2005

EBay Takes a Step Into Local Classifieds:

November 21, 2005

Gathering blogs into one place - "Gather":

November 21, 2005

Underground, but not unconnected -- BART offers wireless service to riders:

November 18, 2005

Help Choose the Best Independent Tech Blog of 2005:

November 17, 2005

Cherish the newsprint on your thumbs:

November 16, 2005

Google to kick off database venture:

November 15, 2005

FCC Launches VoIP911 Website:

November 14, 2005

Era of the mash-ups - Newest Web sites among Net's hottest phenomena:

November 14, 2005

Google offers free analytical online tools starting today:

November 11, 2005

Gas pipe broadband?:

November 11, 2005

Senior citizen bloggers defy stereotypes:

November 9, 2005

Six Reasons To Avoid VoIP:

November 8, 2005

History's Worst Software Bugs:

November 7, 2005

HP testing material to replace newsprint:

November 7, 2005

A constant state of insecurity - Passwords are in the air, and it isn’t even spring:

November 6, 2005

Georgia conference focuses on wireless technology in farming:

November 3, 2005

Blogging Enterprise Consensus: RSS Is Plumbing:

November 3, 2005

Bill Gates: "In 5 years, 40 to 50% of people will read their news online.":

November 2, 2005

Microsoft Introduces Web Services, Competing With Google and Yahoo:

November 1, 2005

Sandoval County plans to become the largest county (3,700 square miles) in the United States to have uninterrupted wireless Internet service.:

October 31, 2005

Net phone services enabling video calls:

October 30, 2005

New West Wins Two Online Journalism Awards:

October 29, 2005

Microsoft Lures Spammers With Zombie Trap:

October 28, 2005

A Disconnect on School Internet Funds - Congressional Report Finds Waste fo more than $10 Billion in 9-Year-Old E-Rate Program:

October 27, 2005

Internet to ask, 'How may I serve you?':

October 26, 2005

Their clout rising, blogs are courted by Washington's elite:

October 26, 2005

Google secretly tests free classified ads:

October 26, 2005

Akimbo, Current Media could embody TV's next generation:

October 24, 2005

Colleges Protest Call to Upgrade Online Systems -Federal Wiretap law expanding reach:

October 24, 2005

Web tools reshape Internet:

October 23, 2005

Broadband could be an outlet away in Idaho - IdaComm tests high-speed access over power lines:

October 21, 2005

Creating the Global Hot Spot - "The network will cover 88 percent of the globe's landmass," :

October 21, 2005

Cliff Notes From the Blog World :

October 21, 2005

Balloon beams broadband internet from stratosphere at thousands of times the capacity of a home broadband internet connection :

October 20, 2005

The Death of Television - Will the Internet replace the boob tube? & Black and white and read by fewer:

October 19, 2005

Wikipedia founder admits to serious quality problems - Yes it's garbage, but it's delivered so much faster! - Creator of 'wiki' alters course, exits Microsoft:

October 19, 2005

Cities Unleash Free WiFi:

October 19, 2005

Is 'Wi-Fi on steroids' really the next big thing?:

October 18, 2005

Bridging the Digital Divide in the Rural Northwest. Access Consulting of Missoula helps bring Broadband to 16 underserved communities in North Central Idaho. :

October 18, 2005

Power Companies Enter the High-Speed Internet Market:

October 17, 2005

What the Heck Is a Wiki?:

October 17, 2005

Wi-Fi Cloud Covers Rural Oregon - a single entrepreneur is able to set one up over 700 miles of high desert:

October 15, 2005

Specialist delves into Internet's dark side - Russell Grimes, technology specialist with the Division of Educational Research and Services at the University of Montana:

October 15, 2005

Ink and Paper or 1s and 0s? Nervous, Newspapers Look to Technology for Alternate Ways to Put the News in Your Hands:

October 13, 2005

Will Laws to Protect "Press" Harm Other Web Writers? The "Free Flow of Information Act of 2005":

October 13, 2005

Downtown Missoula Wi-Fi Hotspots are on the Rise:

October 12, 2005

Milwaukee, Wisconsin mayor announces citywide wireless initiative:

October 12, 2005

How to Foil a Phish:

October 11, 2005

The Internet enters a bold second act - Consumers seem to be the only sure winners.:

October 11, 2005

Yahoo adds blogs to its news section:

October 11, 2005

AT&T solves VoIP's 911 issue:

October 9, 2005

Wi-Fi access fills seats:

October 8, 2005

Internet Mania Rides Again:

October 6, 2005

Internet Carried On Power Lines - "a major national milestone":

October 4, 2005

Fierce Wi-Fi fight expected in S.F. - Mayor hints lawsuits could hinder plan for affordable, high-speed wireless Internet access:

October 3, 2005

Video-laced websites evolve into pseudo-TV stations:

September 29, 2005

Wireless Internet Institiute Announces Twelve Wireless Communities Best Practices Awards Finalists:

September 28, 2005

WiFi phone taps into home wireless broadband nets - Cordless phones, your days are numbered.:

September 27, 2005

The Meaning of Free Speech:

September 27, 2005

If Parks Offer Free Internet, Why Can't Costly Hotels?:

September 27, 2005

Like High-Def? Here Comes the Next Level in Video Conferencing:

September 23, 2005

From the Lab: Information Technology Long-Distance Wi-Fi - Protocol extends the range of wireless networks:

September 22, 2005

Verizon set to announce launch of its own TV service to compete with cable:

September 21, 2005

Defyng Big Carriers With Municipal Fiber - Utopia's active optical network leads to significant cost savings:

September 21, 2005

Rural areas go it alone on high-speed Internet - Small towns giving up waiting for providers to install service:

September 20, 2005

eRepublic Launches Digital Communities Web Site to help communities use wireless technology and applications to expand and improve services for municipal and regional governments, businesses and citizens.:

September 20, 2005

Google Moves Into WiFi Arena :

September 20, 2005

Utah conference shows broadband's future:

September 19, 2005

Blogging for the Soul, Not the Bottom Line:

September 19, 2005

CNN Hacks New TV Technology :

September 18, 2005

Getting wired: Rural towns offer own high-speed connection - Bill aims to shield municipal service:

September 17, 2005

Mesh networks create lasting connections:

September 16, 2005

Panel urges changes in telecommunication regulations to fuel new industry:

September 15, 2005

Wi-Fi With Its Own Zip Code - Addison, Tex residents get fast wireless Web access for just $16.95 a month:

September 15, 2005

Google's search wizards work magic for blogs:

September 14, 2005

BT Targets Wireless Competitors With Mobile-To-Fixed Phone:

September 14, 2005

Killer Buzz Flocks to New "Social" Browser :

September 10, 2005

Plan by 13 Nations Urges Open Technology Standards:

September 9, 2005

'WiBro' Has Global Potential: Study:

September 8, 2005

New Search Engines Help Users Find Blogs:

September 7, 2005

NerdTV Available by Free Internet Download:

September 6, 2005

Hurricane Katrina: Information Technology Impact And Response:

September 6, 2005

Monkeying With the Web - A new browser tool lets you rewrite anyone's homepage.:

September 3, 2005

Location-Specific Katrina Information Reported on Google Map - They Knew What to Expect:

September 2, 2005

Craigslist Versus Katrina - New Orleans to enjoy free Wi-Fi access:

September 1, 2005

Finally: Wi-Fi Cameras:

September 1, 2005

How to Make Phone Calls Without a Telephone:

September 1, 2005

Blogger Faces Lawsuit Over Comments Posted by Readers:

August 31, 2005

Free Wi-Fi on Iowa Highways:

August 31, 2005

Political Candidates May Not Use Internet in Japan:

August 27, 2005

Blog tools tackle content management:

August 27, 2005

NSF Preps New, Improved Internet - "I dream of GENI":

August 24, 2005

The Complicated Life of a Rural Telco:

August 23, 2005

Coeur d'Alene Building Reservation-wide Wi-Fi:

August 22, 2005

Security technologist and author Bruce Schneier tackles identity theft questions and security issues.:

August 22, 2005

Google's Desktop 2 updated, ready for free beta-test release today:

August 22, 2005

Telecoms to expand Wi-Fi - New freedom for cell phone and laptop users:

August 22, 2005

Wi-Fi for the Masses:

August 21, 2005

Free Wi-Fi? Get Ready for GoogleNet.:

August 20, 2005

Bucks for blogs - Businesses, Bloggers Look to Score Deals, Forge Links at S.F. Summit:

August 19, 2005

Blogging + Video = Vlogging :

August 19, 2005

Intel Tries To Spur Wireless Cities Momentum :

August 18, 2005

Free Neighborhood Wi-Fi - Get to know your neighbors by giving them a way to connect to the Internet and to one another:

August 18, 2005

The Rise Of RSS:

August 18, 2005

San Francisco Looks To Wireless Future:

August 16, 2005

Safeguarding Communities Through Modern Communication Systems, Strategy Paper From the Center for Digital Government:

August 16, 2005

In case of emergency, put your cell on ICE:

August 15, 2005

10 Top Pitfalls Of Implementing Converged IP Networks:

August 14, 2005

Phone companies to introduce Internet-based TV service:

August 11, 2005

Saving the World With Cell Phones :

August 11, 2005

The Paradox of Podcasting - Even "W" gets it!:

August 10, 2005

West Virginia Amber Alert System To Now Include Cell Phone Text Messages:

August 10, 2005

Survey: Blog Readership Skyrocketing:

August 9, 2005

TV Alternative: Internet transforms computers into multimedia centers:

August 9, 2005

Cities ponder offering wireless coverage for free:

August 8, 2005

When Pigs Wi-Fi - Is your community keeping up with Hermiston, Oregon?:

August 4, 2005

1 Landline + 1 Cellphone = 1 Handset :

August 3, 2005

Cell phones can now receive Amber Alerts in Florida:

August 2, 2005

Will every downtown go wireless?:

August 1, 2005

Start-up slashes cost of international wireless - Cambridge firm uses Skype technology to make cellphone calls:

July 28, 2005

The Five Biggest VoIP 'Gotchas':

July 26, 2005

Illinois Bans Cell Phone Use By Drivers Under 18:

July 22, 2005

Satellite technology brings "wireless" Internet to rural areas in Montana:

July 18, 2005

Inland Northwest Space Alliance (Missoula) and XM Satellite Radio wins tech grant to demonstrate the potential for XM radios to be used for mobile communication in remote areas:

July 17, 2005

Media giants won't be ambushed by invasion of the podcasters:

July 17, 2005

Cities hope Wi-Fi will spur economy - Governments are facing resistance from lawmakers:

July 17, 2005

Firefox gains on IE in June - The alternate Web browser bumped its market share to 8.71%:

July 13, 2005

Instant Influence - A new generation of web scribes is shaking up state capitol politics.:

July 13, 2005

Comcast's VoIP Rollout Looks To Replace Carrier Voice Service:

July 13, 2005

Newspapers Confront the Blog Question:

July 11, 2005

Internet at home riding power lines:

July 10, 2005

France Telecom, Microsoft to collaborate on Internet phone:

July 9, 2005

Media talk of Internet interaction - Movies, TV may be delivered online:

July 8, 2005

E911 Gets Wi-Fi Assist:

July 7, 2005

Eyes are the Prize - The Struggle to Reach and Connect With Citizens:

July 7, 2005

Medicare Center Tests Telemedicine In Treating Chronic Illnesses:

July 6, 2005

Streaming video takes center stage:

July 5, 2005

Qwest Web site reaches out to Spanish speakers:

July 4, 2005

Instant Influence - A new generation of web scribes is shaking up state capitol politics.:

July 1, 2005

Portland Plans for Metro-Scale Wi-Fi:

June 30, 2005

Online Media Take Hold..."Who killed the radio (and the TV)?:

June 27, 2005

The Supremes Sing Out - Cable Companies Don't Need to Share Lines -- ruling may boost systems like UTOPIA:

June 26, 2005

The Newspaper of the Future:

June 26, 2005

Most identity theft is low-tech:

June 25, 2005

RSS delivery system wins over Microsoft - "Next big thing"?:

June 20, 2005

Qwest plans market trial of WiMax near Denver:

June 19, 2005

St. Patrick Hospital of Missoula and 20 western Montana hospitals and clinics go online in latest medical innovation - Telemedicine:

June 16, 2005

'Freedom,' 'democracy' taboo words on Chinese Internet Blogs:

June 15, 2005

New Legal Guide for Bloggers:

June 14, 2005

Techno-rebels spread wireless network vision:

June 13, 2005

Eastern Montana is Wired for Care - The Eastern Montana Telemedicine Network:

June 12, 2005

City lights: 'News' site's legitimacy close to nil - "The Montana News Association":

June 11, 2005

Welcome to the Missoulian Preview Page: a video sneak peak at upcoming stories in the Missoulian.:

June 7, 2005

Cable company, KLiP Interactive vows top-quality rural service in Montana, Wyoming:

June 7, 2005

Hooked-up Seattle tops national 'unwired' list:

June 6, 2005

Citizen journalism takes root online - Just plain folks can create their own news sites:

June 6, 2005

Partnership Promises VoIP to Rural Communities:

June 6, 2005

S.F. startup to take citizen journalism to cable TV:

June 6, 2005

Skype Takes VOIP Upscale after it tops 100 Million free downloads:

June 5, 2005

Corporate bloggers bypassing media:

June 5, 2005

Theft of a legislator - Former lawmaker who crafted ID theft legislation gets his ID stolen:

June 4, 2005

Popular website Craigslist launches environmental nonprofit network.:

June 3, 2005

MATR Newsletters now archived and available:

June 2, 2005

Qwest is suing UTOPIA - Company says Utah agency sells services below market prices:

May 31, 2005

Patriot Act Provision Lets the Federal Government Grab Personal Records Secretly:

May 26, 2005

Techies Ramp Up For Internet's Next Incarnation:

May 26, 2005

Verizon may lease Internet providers its fiber networks:

May 23, 2005

American Cities in The Global Knowledge Economy: the Role of Broadband:

May 23, 2005

City data travels through the air in Billings:

May 21, 2005

World Wide Web cut down to size - Local Matters' new searches keep results near home:

May 19, 2005

Sen. Conrad Burns Introduces Bill Requiring 911 Service for Internet Phone Customers:

May 17, 2005

Cellphones can now get AMBER Alerts:

May 17, 2005

Information wants to be free -- but it isn't:

May 17, 2005

VoIP Firm Vonage Tests Routers For Mobile Service:

May 11, 2005

WiMax on the horizon - The wireless transmitter will leave current ones in the dust:

May 11, 2005

Professorial trend spotter predicts end of written word:

May 10, 2005

Qwest rolls out Internet phone service:

May 10, 2005

Startup Opens Visual Search to the Web.....

May 7, 2005

911 help may be on way for VoIP users:

May 6, 2005

Internet Phone Company, Vonage, Raises $200 Million in Venture Capital:

May 6, 2005

The Road Map to a Broadband Nation:

May 6, 2005

Bluetooth, UWB developers discuss future of short-range wireless:

May 5, 2005

Stoned On E-Mail:

May 5, 2005

Internet Phones Arrive at Home (and Some Need No Computer):

May 5, 2005

VoIP, Wi-Fi, And Last But Not Least: VoWi-Fi:

May 4, 2005

EarthLink To Test Wi-Fi Phones:

May 4, 2005

Bandwidth Advance Hints at Future Beyond Wi-Fi:

May 4, 2005

Speakeasy spreads wireless Net over central Seattle - Whose Wi-Fi is it?:

May 2, 2005

Nanotechnology White Paper Released for Journalists:

April 19, 2005

Wireless Internet access about to go extra 5 miles:

April 18, 2005

NewWest brings a much needed professional networking venue to Colorado:

April 6, 2005

Tomorrow's Net speeds could be up to 1,600% faster:

April 6, 2005

White Paper Released on Importance of Blogs to Public Relations:

April 4, 2005

MIT team wants to bridge digital divide - Group wants to create Internet- and multimedia-capable $100 laptops:

April 3, 2005

Designing websites with senior citizens in mind:

March 29, 2005

Alliance to fight hackers - Tech giants join forces to share information about Net attacks:

March 28, 2005

Paper creates Web 'town square':

March 27, 2005

More politicians write blogs to bypass mainstream media:

March 25, 2005

Digital Middletown Project Underway:

March 23, 2005

Utah Law Requires ISPs to Block Harmful Internet Content:

March 21, 2005

Craigslist founder wants public involved in news:

March 18, 2005

Electric Internet plan creates static in Maryland town:

March 17, 2005

Search Rank Easy to Manipulate :

March 12, 2005

'Interoperability' goal of Big Sky 11 / Emergency Alert Notification System rolled out in Washington D.C. and unveiled in Maine:

March 11, 2005

Spokane Wi-Fi grid expansion to advance:

March 9, 2005

Citywide `Wi-Fi' network pondered in Chicago:

March 7, 2005

Why Your Broadband Sucks / Telecom toadies (ahem, state officials) stifle competition to keep prices high.:

March 6, 2005

Plugging into the future / You're going to plug my phone into . . . what?:

March 4, 2005

All Access - Is your website accessible to consumers with disabilities? If not, you might be missing out on a valuable audience.:

March 3, 2005

Report: 2005 Could Be Breakthrough Year for 'Broadband Over Powerline' Serving U.S. Consumers, Businesses:

March 1, 2005

VOIP's Deadly Flaw:

February 28, 2005

Planning Ahead for IP Phone Service:

February 28, 2005

Telemedicine on the Cheap :

February 27, 2005

Internet editor, Jonathan Weber of Missoula turns his focus on the West - launches New West Network:

February 27, 2005

Three-for-all ... Rural telephone company offers phone, Internet and cable television via phone lines:

February 26, 2005

Daschle, Thune and the Blog-Storming of South Dakota : Technology is changing politics:

February 23, 2005

Cable Telephony to Steal Millions of Telco Customers, says Strategy Analytics:

February 23, 2005

Share and share alike WiFi comes to CdA:

February 18, 2005

Secret Service: Internet Fraud Threatens Economy:

February 18, 2005

Bridging the digital divide - "one laptop per child":

February 17, 2005

Intel claims breathrough with silicon laser - could drive down the cost of optical networking:

February 16, 2005

Ultra-Wideband technology likely to boost home network capability:

February 15, 2005

Complied Comments page added to MATR. :

February 14, 2005

Will Traditional Broadband Stand Up against Wi-Fi and WiMAX?:

February 13, 2005

Discovering the freedom of wireless technologies:

February 12, 2005

Open-Source Practices for Biotechnology:

February 7, 2005

Hold the Phone, VOIP Isn't Safe :

January 29, 2005

Thanks to a new system, specialists at St. Pat's Hospital in Missoula will soon be able to exchange information with other doctors and review a rural patient's tests:

January 29, 2005

What Is The Impact Of A Wireless City?:

January 24, 2005

WiMax: The Next Revolution in Wireless:

January 20, 2005

Rural phone service fund under siege:

January 12, 2005

The Internet in the Next Decade:

January 9, 2005

Electric libraries: Technology changes community resources:

January 7, 2005

Do You Live In A Broadband City? How do cities bring broadband to residents and businesses? Should planners care?:

January 6, 2005

Top 10 issues to consider when building a city-wide Wi-Fi network.:

January 4, 2005

Telecom revamp may cost cities:

January 3, 2005

VoIP ventures forth - Qwest ready to jump into competitive Internet phone market:

December 26, 2004

Tents, s'mores, and a laptop: parks go online - Texas becomes first to offer free Web in the woods, pleasing some but angering nature purists.:

December 26, 2004

Broadband growth changes lifestyles:

December 23, 2004

Brave New Wireless World:

December 22, 2004

Ultrawideband Spec Battle Takes Shape:

December 20, 2004

On-Demand TV Expands Via Underused Fiber Highways:

December 16, 2004

Hermiston, Oregon network aids emergency response - WOW!!!:

December 13, 2004

Road trip finds Wi-Fi coldspots - Wireless capability changes lives of techies who love it in Great Falls:

December 11, 2004

Wireless network smashes world speed record:

December 10, 2004

Congress Agrees to Keep Aid for School Internet Programs Flowing:

December 9, 2004

Rural broadband grants explained:

December 7, 2004

Lycos screensaver sends repeated requests to spammer sites for information about their products, driving up site maintenance costs - Successfully takes down two Chinese spamers:

December 6, 2004

Broadband-over-powerline start-up gets funding:

December 4, 2004

Why 'Socialized' Broadband Won't Work:

December 2, 2004

2004 Digital Cities Survey Released:

December 2, 2004

Pennsylvania Municipalities Have One Year to Develop WiFi Networks:

December 1, 2004

The tangled Internet: Is it time for a new one?:

December 1, 2004

Upcoming PSC Hearing Pertaining to Eligible Telecommunications Carriers 12/3, Helena:

December 1, 2004

One of 'Best Small Towns in America' Gets Better With Web Site:

November 30, 2004

Six Degrees of Cooperation - If it's who you know that counts, social-networking software will make sure your colleagues know them, too.:

November 30, 2004

UM to tie together Web pages with new online portal system:

November 27, 2004

Missoula, Mont., Selects Anti-Spam and Virus Protection Solution:

November 24, 2004

Web sites click on campus:

November 22, 2004

Bringing Cellular Home- New competition for local carriers:

November 22, 2004

Co-op, cable company spar over attachment fees:

November 20, 2004

Montana embracing human services help line - 211:

November 18, 2004

Transaria Deploys Wireless Metro Network for City of Billings Using DragonWave Airpair:

November 14, 2004

Montana bloggers are making noise:

November 13, 2004

Iowa communities team to install own high-speed lines:

November 10, 2004

Wireless net to cover downtown Seattle:

November 7, 2004

Where Only the Antelope Roam - small carriers operating in less-populated areas still have a good hold on their customers:

November 4, 2004

Demand Your 57Mbps:

November 2, 2004

WebMed aims to cure what ails you - B.C. firm helps heal wounds faster using wireless technology, digital photography:

October 30, 2004

W.Va. to launch public computing grid:

October 29, 2004

San Francisco to expand Wi-Fi program:

October 29, 2004

FCC Releases Order Adopting Rules for Broadband Over Power Lines:

October 28, 2004

High Speed Internet: The New Amenity - Fiber optics and high speed Internet are becoming as fundamental as plumbing in new developments. Some developers envision a future as telecom providers.:

October 27, 2004

Why WiMax?:

October 25, 2004

Take the trouble to block WiFi poachers:

October 25, 2004

Utilities take pass on offering broadband - Most firms skeptical of providing service over power lines:

October 21, 2004

Downtown Bozeman considers becoming wireless Internet zone:

October 20, 2004

High Plains ITS Coalition to Develop Multi-State Information Network:

October 20, 2004

Plan calls for medical info at the tap of a keystroke in Butte and southwest Montana:

October 20, 2004

Federal regulation of VoIP is crucial, FCC leader says - Michael Powell aims to avoid tangle of state rules.:

October 19, 2004

Rhode Island Introduces VoIP E9-1-1:

October 18, 2004

Wi-Fi successor is called high-speed hype -- for now:

October 16, 2004

The Internet electric - Will a new set of FCC rules for broadband over power lines bring the Internet to millions more homes?:

October 16, 2004

Texas Funds Internet Consortium:

October 15, 2004

FCC Removes more Roadblocks to Broadband Deployment in Residential Neighborhoods:

October 15, 2004

Paralysed man sends e-mail by thought - Brain chip reads mind by tapping straight into neurons.:

October 12, 2004

AARP calling for cell-phone service reform:

October 10, 2004

Michigan Tests Broadband Grant Program :

October 8, 2004

Internet is future of medical care, especially in country:

October 8, 2004

Qwest deal with DirecTV adds satellite TV to service:

October 8, 2004

Kentucky Gov. Unveils New Broadband Initiative - access to all Kentuckians by 2007:

October 6, 2004

AT&T weighs switch to Linux from Windows:

October 4, 2004

Internet Grants to Schools Halted as the F.C.C. Tightens the Rules - More than 30 Montana schools, libraries lose Internet funding:

October 4, 2004

WorldWIT network for women in business and technology. Is Montana ready to start a chapter?:

October 3, 2004

Got something to share? Try a Wiki:

October 2, 2004

Universal service vital to rural parts of the country:

October 2, 2004

Selway e-mail shutdown at University of Montana postponed for now:

September 30, 2004

Bandwidth Glut Lives On :

September 30, 2004

ADA doesn't extend to the Internet:

September 30, 2004

Wayne County, Mich., Establishes New IT Partnership - The State of Michigan, Dell, Microsoft, and Comcast Corporations:

September 29, 2004

Qwest launches high-speed Internet service in Burley, ID:

September 27, 2004

Widening wireless - New WiMax technology allows broadband users to access Internet from more places:

September 25, 2004

Rewiring home phone system may cut into traditional lines:

September 22, 2004

Small towns tired of slow rollout create own high-speed networks:

September 19, 2004

Barbarians at the Digital Gate:

September 15, 2004

What Wi-Fi Can Do For Cities:

September 7, 2004

Rolling wheat fields are also Wi-Fi country:

September 6, 2004

Strange Bedfellows in E-Mail Case - Should your ISP be allowed to read your e-mail? :

September 1, 2004

Face-to-face VoIP coming soon 8X8 to offer videophones in Bay Area:

September 1, 2004

Philadelphia joins list of cities seeking wireless Net for all:

August 31, 2004

Internet2: 2004 and beyond:

August 29, 2004

City-owned fiber optics a mixed bag:

August 27, 2004

Viva Las Vegas Mesh:

August 24, 2004

Linksys, Netgear to Offer VoIP at Home:

August 23, 2004

Study says Web users not secure:

August 21, 2004

WiMax: The next generation for better, cheaper Net access?:

August 10, 2004

School district heading wireless:

July 31, 2004

Grand Haven, Mich., Completes Citywide Wi-Fi Network:

July 28, 2004

High Noon for High Range Wireless:

July 27, 2004

Why communications policies must change:

July 23, 2004

Today's Scheme for Tomorrow's Technology:

July 22, 2004

First Nebraska Schools Connect to Internet2:

July 21, 2004

Montana Public Service Chairman Bob Rowe named state chair of federal utilities board:

July 21, 2004

VoIP becoming safe choice for emergencies:

July 21, 2004

AT&T Wireless "3G" debut:

July 21, 2004

FCC Chairman Says Future is Bright for Broadband over Powerlines:

July 15, 2004

Internet plugs into PG&E lines - Menlo Park test to send broadband:

July 15, 2004

Inventive wireless providers go rural:

July 15, 2004

Video Internet Broadcasting to be IPROVO'S First Service Provider:

July 14, 2004

Preparing for the Next Disaster:

July 14, 2004

Boeing makes call for Web phones:

July 12, 2004

Companies target Treasure Valley business owners for technology:

July 6, 2004

Wi-fi sensor net aids wine makers:

July 6, 2004

Power-line Internet - Electric power companies are beginning to offer broadband service at $25 a month.:

July 5, 2004

Attention MATR Newsletter Subscribers - Some of your names were lost:

July 4, 2004

The skinny on IT - Microsoft gets a patent on the human body as a computer bus:

July 3, 2004

Internet telephony about to get off hold:

July 2, 2004

Court allows e-mail interception, raising privacy questions:

June 30, 2004

North Carolina's gambit to bring Internet Age to rural areas - Like other states, it's wiring isolated towns with high-speed lines to boost local economies.:

June 24, 2004

Qwest rolls out nationwide business VoIP:

June 23, 2004

Companies use loans to bring high-speed wireless Internet access to rural areas:

June 22, 2004

Cablevision to give new customers free phone service in package:

June 22, 2004

Big cities, small ones rushing to get wired:

June 22, 2004

Rio Rancho hooks up wireless network covering 103 square miles.:

June 21, 2004

New rules could lead to more competition, better service:

June 20, 2004

Virginia Governor Announces Major $12 million Broadband Initiative connecting five cities, 20 counties and 56 industrial parks in southern Virginia.:

June 17, 2004

Spokane airport goes wi-fi; 100 blocks of downtown to follow:

June 16, 2004

HBO alternative over broadband:

June 15, 2004

Is the future of e-mail under cyberattack?:

June 14, 2004

Native American Wireless ISP Launched by the Coeur dAlene tribe :

June 11, 2004

British Telecommunications to scrap traditional phone network for VoIP:

June 10, 2004

UTOPIA (Utah) would fail, says analyst:

June 7, 2004

Airline Deregulation: Lessons for Telecom:

June 7, 2004

NTIA Files Comments with FCC on Broadband Over Power Line (BPL) Systems:

May 28, 2004

Beyond `Hello, my name is. . .' Electronic devices talk to each other:

May 21, 2004

$190 Million in Loans Available for Rural Broadband Access :

May 21, 2004

FCC rule likely to hurt rural carriers:

May 21, 2004

UTOPIA plans secret project:

May 20, 2004

Internet phone system considered - Washington County Board to discuss replacing calling service:

May 20, 2004

Kentucky Governor Signs Rural Broadband Bill that Deregulates Broadband Service:

May 15, 2004

University of Montana campus wireless protocol makes improvements:

May 14, 2004

No More Towers - Two U.S. cities are trading their cell towers for the new buzz -- mesh networks.:

May 6, 2004

University of Montana Introduces New, Improved E-Mail Newsletter- TGIF- "Think Grizzly- It's Friday!":

May 5, 2004

Kentucky Governor Hosts First-Ever Online Chat Session:

April 30, 2004

Spam deluge nearly sinks Bellevue e-hosting business:

April 27, 2004

What's That Sneaking Into Your Computer?:

April 27, 2004

Boise firm helps expand WiFi:

April 26, 2004

Alliance sees new standard for Internet - will make it possible to network your home's audio-visual entertainment -- high-definition television, video games, Internet, surround sound, etc.:

April 25, 2004

Power lines set to carry high-speed Internet:

April 24, 2004

NASCIO Releases "Wireless in the Workplace: A Guide for Government Enterprises":

April 23, 2004

Citywide Wi-Fi zone eyed - Spokane seeks $1 million in federal funds to expand on downtown wireless network:

April 23, 2004

Telemedicine soothes rural aches - EMS class, prison-care, pharmacy programs seek to improve care:

April 20, 2004

AT&T introduces unlimited local and national long-distance telephone calls over high- speed Internet lines for broadband users:

April 19, 2004

Santa Clara ready for wireless - MetroFi to finish one of largest Wi-Fi networks in nation:

April 19, 2004

Internet telephone service is inexpensive second line:

April 18, 2004

Why do I get e-mails saying I've sent virus?:

April 17, 2004

Rural Folk May Yet Get Broadband :

April 16, 2004

Wi-Fi on Steroids Heads for U.S. (Bozeman !):

April 14, 2004

Into Thin Air - Phone companies that don't provide VOIP within 2 years, they won't be playing in the game. :

April 13, 2004

Utah cities hesitate on fiber-optic plan - Government role questioned; deadline this week:

April 13, 2004

Nebraska touts benefits of high-speed digital network:

April 8, 2004

True wireless broadband is coming to the U.S. this year and next. :

April 8, 2004

Tale of Two Broadband Cases Illustrates Battle over Net’s Future:

April 6, 2004

Idaho Falls gets high in fiber - Fiber-optic system is paying dividends:

April 5, 2004

Technologists bet new Net standard will drive e-world:

April 4, 2004

Tech trends may come together - Wi-Fi wireless Internet access and voice-over service could bring free or inexpensive calls:

April 4, 2004

Setting up Internet phone service not costly - Free software downloadable:

April 1, 2004

600-Square-Mile Wireless System Unveiled in Oregon:

April 1, 2004

Lucent looks to provide mobile Wi-Fi for trains, autos, buses:

April 1, 2004

City takes fast track to high-speed access:

April 1, 2004

FCC Policy-maker Lays Out VOIP Problem - FCC Commissioners Unite in asking for competition in the Telecommunications Market:

March 31, 2004

Great site to keep up with the changes in communications technology- NWFusion:

March 31, 2004

Vonage sues AT&T over Internet phone service- VoIP "may be the killer app that broadband is looking for,"- AT&T Chairman and Chief Executive David Dorman :

March 29, 2004

Broadband Trends, Access Vary Across States:

March 29, 2004

Hotels race to offer faster Net - Upgrading frenzy hits as guests demand high-speed access:

March 29, 2004

Telerama targets Seattle Wi-Fi users in 60 hotspots:

March 28, 2004

Can you hear me now? 400 petitioners protest bad cell service in Absarokee:

March 28, 2004

Spokesman-Review 'E-paper' now online:

March 28, 2004

A new lane for the highway - Some utilities offer power lines to transmit digital signals:

March 26, 2004

Calling the Next Tech Challenge:

March 25, 2004

Taking Broadband Internet Access to the Last 'Last Mile': To Rural America:

March 20, 2004

Emergency response agencies learn about new technology:

March 18, 2004

Aussies Pull Broadband out of Air - users roam up to nine miles away from the base station and still get a speedy connection.:

March 18, 2004

Military-derived tech making a big mesh of wi-fi:

March 16, 2004

Honey, I Shrunk the URL :

March 16, 2004

NC State Scientists Develop Breakthrough Internet Protocol - BIC can achieve speeds roughly 6,000 times that of DSL and 150,000 times that of current modems:

March 15, 2004

Report backs broadband plan CivicNet called vital to Chicago's firms:

March 14, 2004

Long-distance diagnosis:

March 13, 2004

Small firms line up to provide VoIP service as market grows:

March 12, 2004

Orem on UTOPIA: We want in on $543 million fiber-optic network proposed to provide 17 Utah cities with high-speed Internet, phone and cable.:

March 11, 2004

Small Business Use Of Telecommunications Services Detailed In New Report:

March 9, 2004

Construction of iConnect’s Bozeman Fiber Hotel is in the Works!:

March 9, 2004

National Governors Association (NGA) Eyes New Frontier of Telecommunications:

March 9, 2004

Idaho Falls gets high in fiber:

March 8, 2004

The New Voice Choice - The time has clearly arrived for voice-over-IP technology with its compelling cost savings:

March 8, 2004

How VoIP Hits the Sticks - Rural carriers complain that telecom giants are turning to the Net to dodge access fees. That could mean big trouble for the small fry:

March 5, 2004

Circuit City to offer Vonage Internet phone service starting Monday - What is Skype?:

March 5, 2004

Blackfoot Telecommunications Group Deploys Occam Networks’ - Company Will Deliver Voice, Video and Data Services over IP/Gigabit Ethernet Network :

March 3, 2004

VoWLAN Heats Up:

March 2, 2004

Nation's Biggest Telecoms Poised To Counterattack Cable Television:

March 2, 2004

The Web's New Outlet - Utilities Plan to Send Internet Service Over Electric Lines, Challenging Cable Modems and DSL:

March 1, 2004

More room to roam: New technology provides far-reaching wireless connections:

February 27, 2004

VoIP applications erase boundaries:

February 25, 2004

Qwest chief says rural lines on block - Notebaert: We'll listen to offers:

February 25, 2004

'Naked DSL': Qwest To Offer Web Service Separate From Phone:

February 24, 2004

Is Broadband set to make Power Lines Sing?:

February 23, 2004

High-speed Internet may be in your power:

February 20, 2004

Rural Areas And The Internet - Internet penetration has grown in rural communities, but the gap between them and suburban and urban communities has remained constant over time.:

February 19, 2004

It's Not Enough to Be Just a Phone Company:

February 18, 2004

Cisco releases $200 video system for Internet phones:

February 18, 2004

New Outlet for High-Speed Access - FCC Proposes Rules for Broadband over Power Lines:

February 18, 2004

Wi-Fi changes virtually everything :

February 17, 2004

Searching for the Ultimate Broadband Backbone - “Technology is important everywhere, particularly in a state where you have distance challenges.”:

February 16, 2004

Colleges put Web on warp speed - Internet2 use at home may be slow coming:

February 13, 2004

A New Cellphone Nods to the Needs of the Disabled - Foundation works to make tech accessible to the blind:

February 12, 2004

FCC wants you to plug into the Net:

February 12, 2004

Microsoft source code leaked over Internet:

February 12, 2004

Feds step up push to wiretap VoIP calls:

February 10, 2004

Intel Sets Its Sights on the Last Mile - Sean Maloney, head of Intel's communications group, looks into the future of broadband wireless.:

February 10, 2004

LPEA helps schools go high-speed - Colorado co-op to offer high-speed network for Durango schools:

February 10, 2004

A Way Out of Automated Phone Hell :

February 8, 2004

Worker: Tech-free isn't stress-free:

February 8, 2004

Students watch Web to do their laundry - Company shows machine usage:

February 7, 2004

Nextel Trial Raises Bar For Wireless Speed:

February 6, 2004

More VoIP variables:

February 4, 2004

Exploring the New Wireless Frontier:

February 4, 2004

Utopia upended?: WiMax, a new wireless technology, calls into question the project's value:

February 4, 2004

The Firefight Ahead Over Net Phone Calls - Can FCC Chairman Michael Powell protect Internet telephony from the regs that govern traditional phone service?:

February 2, 2004

European Union launches power line Net initiative:

February 2, 2004

Qwest pursues deregulation as business suffers - Drop in land line customers said hurting company:

February 2, 2004

Scientists hail ultrafast Internet - High-speed networks facilitate 'grid computing':

February 2, 2004

T-Mobile to offer Wi-Fi to Comcast customers:

February 2, 2004

Coming soon to your cellphone: Everything!:

January 29, 2004

Salish Kootenai College to Partner with Cutthroat Communications Bringing Broadband to Underserved Rural Flathead Reservation.:

January 28, 2004

Broadband VoIP without an adapter:

January 27, 2004

Technology lets deaf communicate via TV:

January 27, 2004

South Dakota Funds Technology for Communication With Deployed National Guard Troops:

January 26, 2004

Rural Convergence - In Livingston, Texas, services like data, telephone and digital-quality television are traveling over a unified copper backbone.:

January 26, 2004

A Giant Leap for VOIP - A year from now, your company could be making long-distance telephone calls without paying per-minute charges to any telephone carrier.:

January 26, 2004

Cutting the Cord With WiFi's Help - From Hockey Rinks to RV Parks to Ships at Sea, Wireless Firms Are Making Big Net Connections:

January 25, 2004

You've got mail. But don't know it.:

January 25, 2004

ConnectKentucky Progress Report Released :

January 24, 2004

Provo, UT City Council approves $39.5 million to build citywide fiber-optic system.:

January 24, 2004

With This Law, You Can Spam :

January 23, 2004

FCC chief plans no Internet phone regulation - VOIP is coming. Are you ready?:

January 23, 2004

Dickenson County, Va., Rolls out Wireless Communications:

January 22, 2004

Deal will put WiFi in Idaho's remote sites:

January 22, 2004

Engineering Google Results to Make a Point:

January 19, 2004

Rural Broadband Program Escapes Axe:

January 18, 2004

Variety of high speed Internet services available in Livingston:

January 9, 2004

High-speed Internet costs have potential to create economic disparity, says Kentucky Gov. Fletcher:

January 8, 2004

Nationwide wireless broadband network on horizon:

January 5, 2004

Rooftop mesh almost ready to fly:

January 5, 2004

Wireless in San Diego:

January 5, 2004

Electronics Giants See New Future For Old Coaxial Cable:

January 4, 2004

Wi-fi and the future of wireless:

December 31, 2003

101 Ways to Save the Internet:

December 30, 2003

RLECs Deploy Wireless:

December 29, 2003

Telecoms Embrace Internet Calling, But Is It Trouble?:

December 29, 2003

The Powell Pulpit FCC chairman, in `field trip' to valley, talks about digital migration, Internet telephoning, telecom:

December 25, 2003

Why Your Next Phone Call May Be Online:

December 23, 2003

16 Montana Neighborhoods and Communities Received QWEST High-Speed Internet Service in 2003:

December 21, 2003

New Colorado CIO, Leroy Williams- First priority is completing telecommunications backbone:

December 18, 2003

A Voice in the Calling Wilderness - VOIP and Increased Competition are Coming:

December 17, 2003

VoIP Invades Hotspots and A Wireless Videophone for the Holidays:

December 16, 2003

Beyond Wi-Fi: A New Wireless Age - Three technologies will boost the capacity of our airwaves -- and innovation, too:

December 14, 2003

Utah Cities dream of high-speed digital link called Utopia:

December 12, 2003

Nevada Wireless will enter Spokane market:

December 11, 2003

Calif. city goes wide with wireless Web access:

December 11, 2003

Qwest begins phone service over the Net in Minnesota:

December 10, 2003

A threat to landline's indoor dominance:

December 10, 2003

The cities of Rock Springs and Green River Wyoming are working toward the implementation of the Southwestern Wyoming Enhanced & Expanded Telecommunications Network (SweetNet).:

December 10, 2003

Wi-Fi Help for High-rises:

December 10, 2003

On its way: A new Internet - Researchers are building a new Net, one layer at a time.:

December 9, 2003

Large Firms Form Cable Phone Team - Time Warner, WorldCom, Sprint to Offer Service:

December 9, 2003

Phone companies cut prices on fast Internet service:

December 7, 2003

Internet phones will ‘change everything':

December 5, 2003

Looking for the right connections - Spokane poised for the wireless frontier:

December 4, 2003

Billings utility fee ruled illegal:

December 4, 2003

Fiber to the People - When customers own the network, everyone wins.:

December 3, 2003

Community Impact 6 telecom initiatives that have made a difference:

December 1, 2003

Free As The Air - An Austin TX group is helping build a network of free Wi-Fi hotspots -- free to users anyway -- to promote economic and community development. :

November 26, 2003

Montana State Supreme Court: Phone co-ops can provide Internet access:

November 18, 2003

Rural Magic Valley, Idaho towns suffer severe broadband deficiency, consultant says:

November 17, 2003

High-speed Internet to be encouraged but not mandated in Wyoming:

November 17, 2003

In Utah, Public Works Project in Digital - When it comes to the Internet, residents of Utah are taking matters into their own hands.:

November 17, 2003

More hotel guests want to unwire:

November 14, 2003

Fast-Access Net Fees Plunge - Monthly bill below $20 in some places as competition grows.:

November 14, 2003

Wireless broadband set for rural expansion:

November 13, 2003

Wake Forest to offer IP phoning:

November 13, 2003

VoIP providers face price war:

November 13, 2003

Cable gets $4 million upgrade in Butte:

November 12, 2003

How Passive Optical Networking (PON) will help sell copper - While FTTP steals headlines, copper enhancements deal bandwidth:

November 11, 2003

Home phone thing of the past? Ruling may fuel more switching to cells:

November 5, 2003

When it comes to wireless Internet, free is the key:

November 5, 2003

South wired to bridge digital divide -Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's Library Initiative leading the revolution:

November 4, 2003

Qwest to offer Net calls in Minn.:

November 4, 2003

City of Missoula OKs Bresnan contract:

November 2, 2003

Timetable approved for new domain names:

October 29, 2003

ID theft center planned:

October 29, 2003

Rural cell owners won't benefit from portability — yet:

October 28, 2003

The Real 3G - Verizon Wireless's new BroadbandAccess service will shake up the already shaken industry.:

October 23, 2003

Body network gains speed - 10-megabits-per-second indoor network that uses human bodies:

October 23, 2003

Free hot spots pay dividends:

October 21, 2003

Qwest deregulation request denied in Idaho - PUC ruling addresses issues of competition:

October 18, 2003

Cellphone Deals Sweeten in Face of New Rule on Keeping Number:

October 16, 2003

FCC Adopts Rule to Promote New Wireless Technology:

October 16, 2003

Juniper aims to reinvent Internet as infranet:

October 16, 2003

Cody, WY company launches DSL service:

October 15, 2003

Wireless in the Rockies:

October 15, 2003

Niverville's Wireless Field of Dreams - The town of Niverville, Manitoba, took a page out of W.P. Kinsella's book to attract a big business to its small community.:

October 15, 2003

Ringmaster's daring high-wireless act:

October 15, 2003

NAU gets grant to work on wireless technology - The trees are talking:

October 8, 2003

Baton Rouge Deploys Metro-Scale Wi-Fi:

October 4, 2003

Calif. clears plan to run telecoms in gas pipelines:

October 4, 2003

Dartmouth Intros Wireless VoIP:

October 2, 2003

Broadband roll-out to aid economy's ills, study finds:

September 30, 2003

Arizona's Capitol to Offer Free Wireless Service:

September 27, 2003

Internet etiquette is evolving as fast as the medium itself:

September 24, 2003

Computers may help fix doctors' handwriting:

September 24, 2003

Heads-Up! Here's what's new - Wireless technology show introduces insiders to three dozen products:

September 24, 2003

UC at the University of Montana equipped to be Internet ‘hot spot’:

September 23, 2003

New UM Web Site Goes Live:

September 22, 2003

WildBlue eyes 2004 launch for low-cost satellite service:

September 22, 2003

Ski Village Goes Wireless:

September 22, 2003

The Internet Reborn:

September 18, 2003

IBM to market Web data tool- Software aims to make sense of Information on Internet:

September 18, 2003

Two companies announce new DSL availability:

September 15, 2003

Bringing Broadband Over the Mountain - Roadstar Puts Wireless Technology to the Test:

September 13, 2003

Researchers work to improve Internet access in rural towns:

September 12, 2003

Are You Too Stupid to Surf? :

September 9, 2003

Hamilton, Corvallis to get high speed cable internet service from Bresnan Communications:

September 8, 2003

Slow and steady sometimes wins the race - Many wireless applications better served with cheaper, slower technology:

September 8, 2003

How Dean Staff Keeps The Candidate's WebSite On the Cutting Edge:

September 8, 2003

Coca-Cola Lures Japan With Cellphone Come-Ons:

September 6, 2003

De-Bugging Computers A State Priority:

September 4, 2003

Computer in every home goal of Muckleshoot Tribe giveaway in WA:

September 4, 2003

Bresnan Communications begins to upgrade cable service in Havre to include high-speed Internet access:

September 4, 2003

South Dakota State University Web Site Links Rural Residents With Disabilities:

August 26, 2003

Calling the Bells' Bluff:

August 25, 2003

Wi-Fi hits the spot - Businesses find wireless Internet connection entices customers to stay and pay a little longer:

August 21, 2003

Wi-Fi Still Stumping Telecoms:

August 11, 2003

Broadband Central Accelerates Wi-Fi Plans to include Montana and Wyoming:

August 11, 2003

SightSpeed keeps the talkin' smooth - Berkeley company touts real-time, high-quality video conferencing:

August 10, 2003

Somerville experiment could alter the WiFi game:

August 8, 2003

Missoula 9-1-1 will soon know your location:

August 7, 2003

Regulators Push for Rural Communications - 16-month campaign to educate people about government programs that can improve access to telecommunications services in underserved areas.:

August 7, 2003

Cheap phone calls around the world Advances in Internet telephony slash bills and give Bells the fits:

August 6, 2003

Tech sector's hot spot: Wi-Fi - SBC makes plans for thousands of access points:

August 5, 2003

Stay Home, Highland Laddie - Government agencies in Scotland rush to install broadband throughout the sparsely populated hinterlands. Without it, they fear, talented young people and businesses will flee.:

August 5, 2003

Cellular beacons: phones as homing devices:

August 4, 2003

Qwest, Sprint ink wireless deal:

August 4, 2003

Firm helps 911 locate people crying for help - RedSky's system may get a boost from states' laws:

August 2, 2003

Under Review - Brockton, Mass., improved citizen service and got a return on its investment from performing a telecom overhaul.:

August 2, 2003

Connecting Country Roads - The environment may finally be right for rapid broadband deployment in rural areas.:

August 1, 2003

Wi-Fi in Watertown, South Dakota Schools:

July 30, 2003

Pearl Street in Boulder, CO becomes an Internet 'hot spot'- Business group pilots high-speed Web access on Mall:

July 30, 2003

Illinois to Confront the Digital Divide:

July 28, 2003

Biggest Broadband Booster: Michigan- How tech-friendly is your state rate?:

July 24, 2003

St. Louis to offer free wireless Internet network to lure business and residents downtown:

July 24, 2003

Managing the Wi-Fi Experience:

July 21, 2003

Wireless networks could get personal - New technology may help resolve everyday problems:

July 21, 2003

Montana gets pilot E-911 service:

July 20, 2003

Checking into a fiber hotel: Businesses inside, outside Granite Tower seek tech edge in Billings:

July 19, 2003

TechNet Assesses State Broadband Policies; New Mississippi Incentives Bear Fruit:

July 18, 2003

Qwest closing in on partnership deals - Analysts: Ventures would expand video and wireless services:

July 18, 2003

Project studies ways to boost rural telecommunications in Idaho's Magic Valley:

July 11, 2003

Research Firm Says Wi-Fi Will Go Bye-Bye:

July 11, 2003

Former FCC chairman's plan: broadband in every home:

July 9, 2003

Sheriff pitches need for better 911 call system in Ravalli County- Logistic-Systems of Missoula to provide solutions:

July 9, 2003

Company wins patent to provide cell phone service aboard planes:

July 8, 2003

Information On-Ramp Crosses a Digital Divide - WinstonNet a continuing success:

July 8, 2003

Going Wireless in the Wilderness :

July 7, 2003

Calling via Internet has suddenly arrived:

July 7, 2003

Speakeasy Lets Consumers Become WISPs:

July 5, 2003

E-Mail Mobs Materialize All Over - Inexplicable "flash mobs" are starting to form all over.:

July 1, 2003

Partnership to Bring Wireless Broadband to Rural Appalachia (Is this possible in our area?) :

June 30, 2003

Free Wi-Fi on way to becoming standard of service:

June 29, 2003

Spokane: It's not just wired, it's intelligent:

June 27, 2003

Bound together- Popular startup dot-com connects users to thousands of friends of friends of friends:

June 26, 2003

Municipal Wi-Fi: No More Free Ride:

June 24, 2003

Intel, H-P Help Academia Set Up Web Test Network:

June 23, 2003

N.H. City Launches Chamber-Sponsored Hotspot:

June 23, 2003

All U.S. flights to have e-mail in 2004, executive says:

June 23, 2003

Phone vs. e-mail: Businesses consider the best way to connect:

June 19, 2003

Verizon Unveils Two-in-one Phone, Service Bundle With Free Wi-Fi:

June 18, 2003

New phones combine cordless and cellular:

June 13, 2003

Faster Wi-Fi standard adopted:

June 12, 2003

Rock Springs and Green River, Wyoming mull $31 million telecom network:

June 10, 2003

WiMAX Adds Members, Sets Standards :

June 10, 2003

Comcast mulls ultrafast Net access- 100-megabit-per-second broadband service that would be 60 times faster than today's cable modems.:

June 8, 2003

KOA of Billings service can connect campers with Internet via nationwide Wi-Fi installation:

June 6, 2003

Zip! Bang! City of Cheney, WA fiber network could sizzle:

June 6, 2003

Wind Wireless launches broad Wi-Fi service covering 220 square miles in Spokane:

June 6, 2003

Qwest to increase high-speed Internet service:

June 5, 2003

Editorial- Wi-Fi Downtown Cleveland- (If other cities can do it, why can't Missoula or any other community in Montana?):

May 30, 2003

Phone giants to standardize details of residential fiber-optic networks:

May 30, 2003

The battle over broadband:

May 24, 2003

SBC plans public Wi-Fi network:

May 24, 2003

Phone Companies See Their Future in Flat-Rate Plans:

May 23, 2003

Building Community Strengths in Montana:

May 23, 2003

Bresnan Cable TV announces high-tech upgrades including broadband access in Bozeman.:

May 23, 2003

Bills Aim to Fill Broadband Gap :

May 22, 2003

As online culture settles in the home, new family rules and roles take shape:

May 22, 2003

Why Voice Over Wi-Fi Has Telcos Dialing 911:

May 21, 2003

High-speed Internet spreading in Washington State:

May 20, 2003

DIGITAL FAMILIES: Working on Internet projects can be bonding experience:

May 20, 2003

Tiny Seaside Town Goes Wi-Fi :

May 19, 2003

Growing up wired-Meet the first generation of Internet natives. What does it mean for the future?:

May 19, 2003

MSU Northern (Havre) Community tech center celebrates successful first year:

May 19, 2003

Dialing for Dollars - Internet phone calls haven't made much of a dent in the Baby Bells' business. Yet.:

May 18, 2003

Computers That Speak Your Language:

May 16, 2003

HP grant helps Caldwell, ID center bridge digital gap:

May 16, 2003

FCC: Wireless Providers to Lease Airwaves:

May 15, 2003

Sen. Burns eager to deliver e-mail spam legislation:

May 14, 2003

Internet invades portable potties- Guess what they do with the toilet paper? This is a hoax says Microsoft! Oh, It's Not a Hoax says Microsoft! :

May 14, 2003

Verizon dials up free WiFi access:

May 14, 2003

New Online Resource for Accessibility:

May 13, 2003

Utility to Offer Community-Wide Wi-Fi in Kennewick, WA:

May 12, 2003

How Hot is the "Hot Spot" Business?:

May 12, 2003

Wild West not quite Wi-Fi West:

May 10, 2003

Verizon to Offer Wireless Web Link Via Pay Phones- Firm Heating Up Competition With Cable:

May 9, 2003

Companies are unprepared for California data privacy law:

May 4, 2003

Putting the Internet Through Its Paces to Find Travel Opportunities:

May 4, 2003

DSL Firms Drop Prices to Compete :

May 1, 2003

Making rural broadband happen - as easy as ABC?:

April 30, 2003

Covering the Last Mile, Finally:

April 25, 2003

Hotspot Hookups to be Lucrative:

April 21, 2003

A New Wave of Wireless - 'WiFi' Networks Are Expanding Internet's Reach, Profit Opportunities -- Once You've Tried WiFi, There's No Going Back:

April 18, 2003

Digital Community Centres Hope to Bridge the Digital Divide in Dublin, Ireland:

April 18, 2003

Person found who took down Kalispell ISP in electronic pyramid scheme:

April 17, 2003

LookSmart is Building a Bigger Search Engine through volunteers:

April 17, 2003

Can Wi-Fi Take Us the Last Mile?:

April 16, 2003

Beyond Wi-Fi - The 5 next big things.:

April 15, 2003

Remote Schools Get Medical Advice on Internet:

April 14, 2003

ISPs speed Web graphic delivery time-Dial-up accelerators work five times faster than regular dial-up connection:

April 11, 2003

Sen. Conrad Burns and Sen. Ron Wyden Introduce Junk E-Mail Bill:

April 11, 2003

Triangle will offer wireless Internet in Havre:

April 10, 2003

States Struggle To Expand Crisis Communications- Only 14 have upgraded. :

April 10, 2003

Power-Line Internet Inches Closer- FCC's Powell Likes Technology, but Technical and Regulatory Issues Remain:

April 8, 2003

Speaker to discuss tech in schools, rural areas on 4/9 in Missoula:

April 8, 2003

More Wireless Internet Access Set for Lower Manhattan Parks:

April 8, 2003

Wireless vendors plan low-cost, high-speed metropolitan networks:

April 7, 2003

Point of no return- Are you managing your e-mail, or does it manage you?:

April 7, 2003

Qwest to offer package of voice-over services - Net-protocol plan for businesses to be available mid-May:

April 7, 2003

Speedy Wi-Fi Gaining Popularity Fast:

April 6, 2003

Which Internet Access Channel Will Prevail, ADSL or FTTH?:

April 6, 2003

Rural areas embrace cellular technology:

April 2, 2003

Room service Grasping Technology - Montana’s fiber hotels combine inexpensive Internet access, greater peace of mind. Modwest is first in Missoula:

April 1, 2003

Rural Dickenson County (Va.) goes totally wireless:

April 1, 2003

Technology Boom Reaches Virginia County:

March 31, 2003

Anytime, Anywhere-The number of Wi-Fi hot spots is set to explode -- bringing the wireless technology to the rest of us:

March 31, 2003

Trekker device gives blind greater mobility-System uses global positioning systems and satellites:

March 30, 2003

Cellular pioneer still causing stir:

March 30, 2003

N.Y. company, Bresnan Broadband Holdings, takes over cable services in Montana, Wyoming, parts of Colorado and a few systems in Utah.:

March 29, 2003

I Want My TIA-Total Information Awareness will consign Google to the Stone Age.:

March 28, 2003

The National Center for Small Communities (NCSC) Offers Guide to help small communities get Online:

March 28, 2003

Salt Lake City Plugs Into Fiber-Optic Network, Joins 17 Utah Cities:

March 28, 2003

Spokane area offered Web-based phone service:

March 28, 2003

University of Montana going wireless in bits:

March 27, 2003

Regional info-sharing network (RAINS) for homeland security takes hold in Oregon:

March 25, 2003

Compulsory broadband access for new homes in UK:

March 25, 2003

New Paper Examines the Connections of Social Change and Communications:

March 23, 2003

Wireless Internet ’hot spots’ going nationwide:

March 23, 2003

Internet revolution: Users switch from dial-up to wireless connections:

March 17, 2003

EarthLink bundles broadband, telephone calls:

March 17, 2003

Montana State University Extension has created the Montana Extension Disaster Education Network:

March 16, 2003

Report Defines State Roles in Information, Communications Technology Projects :

March 15, 2003

UM to develop Web site standards to help disabled:

March 12, 2003

Technology eroding the wall between disabled, non-disabled:

March 12, 2003

Nebraska City Puts Internet Pop Ups to Good Use as Emergency Alert System:

March 11, 2003

Spreading Broadband Through Electronic Loop Provisioning can be faster and cheaper:

March 11, 2003

Portland ponders offering wireless Internet access-McDonald's to Offer Wireless Internet:

March 10, 2003

Alliance for Public Technology, Benton Foundation Release Report on Broadband Applications:

March 10, 2003

Researchers make broadband 3,500 times faster:

March 9, 2003

Cities Deliver Broadband for Less :

March 4, 2003

Wireless Broadband Waits in the Wings:

March 4, 2003

Portland connects to top billing for wireless access:

March 3, 2003

Dispatches From the Telewars- A Review of the recent FCC rulings:

March 3, 2003

Sen. Conrad Burns Unveils "NexGenTen" an Agenda for Communications Reform and Security in the 21st Century:

March 3, 2003

The wireless network just got a lot faster:

March 3, 2003

Marcus Daly Hospital (Hamilton, MT) chosen to participate in national e-mail program:

February 27, 2003

What Broadband Can Do For Your Community: the South Dundas Report:

February 27, 2003

Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers Announce Launch of E9-1-1 Caucus:

February 26, 2003

Will the Bells crush Net calling?:

February 26, 2003

Why Surfing the Web Is About to Cost More FCC Ruling Sets Stage for Higher Fees For Web Access, Cheaper Phone Service:

February 25, 2003

FCC Ruling Could Deal Blow To Rural Broadband Service:

February 24, 2003

California Bill seeks to stem spam (Is it time for one in Montana?):

February 24, 2003

Virtual classrooms on the way in the Inland Northwest:

February 21, 2003

Congress Appropriates $15.5 million for TOP but application time will be limited this year.:

February 21, 2003

Danish Government to Issue Digital Signatures to Citizens:

February 21, 2003

50,000 court records erased when computer crashes:

February 20, 2003

FCC Chief Loses Battle On Telecom Deregulation:

February 19, 2003

Broadband's Narrow Minds:

February 17, 2003

Net calls create buzz-Though technophiles still biggest users, service is catching on:

February 17, 2003

VitalSIGNS: Deaf say bye to phone frustrations-Video relay allows for communication in real time:

February 14, 2003

U.S. backs merging Net and phone numbers:

February 13, 2003

Mesh Less Cost of Wireless -A group of wireless enthusiasts provide a town in western England with Internet access at a fraction of the usual cost.:

February 12, 2003

Here's Broadband in Your Pocket :

February 11, 2003

A Broadband Hookup in Every Home :

February 11, 2003

Changing the rules-FCC ready to rewrite regulations on the broadband industry:

February 11, 2003

Slam the Spam:

February 10, 2003

Broadband Over Power Lines? :

February 9, 2003

Broadband bound: Internet for Anaconda, Butte and Deer Lodge computer users, plus others in southwest Montana.:

February 9, 2003

Getting in on Wi-Fi action means playing defense:

February 7, 2003

Boeing, Intel Pushing In-flight Internet:

February 7, 2003

Wi-Fi as Savior? France's Farm Dwellers Hope So:

February 7, 2003

Copper Lines Regaining Luster-With the Obstacles to Fiber, Phone Companies Are Tapping the Old Infrastructure:

February 5, 2003

High-speed Net finds way to small-town USA:

February 5, 2003

Wireless for the Clueless-Everything you need to know to get untethered, at home and on the road.:

February 4, 2003

"Making Educational Software and Web Sites Accessible: Design Guidelines Including Math and Science Solutions" is available:

February 4, 2003

One Step Closer to the Wireless Holy Grail:

February 3, 2003

Growth: Cities try to cash in-The future of wireless networks can be found about an hour from Atlanta, in the foothills of Georgia's northeast mountains.:

January 31, 2003

Houston Sets SimHouston Training Sessions for City Residents:

January 30, 2003

Putting Power Back Where It Belongs -- With Data -Do we really need network and power cables? Not anymore.:

January 30, 2003

Thousands in Wyoming lose e-mails after crash:

January 28, 2003

Vann’s Inc. Taps Cutthroat Communications for High-Tech Solution:

January 28, 2003

Telecom Giants Resisting Cities' Move Into Cable Business:

January 27, 2003

TV switches itself on to alert owners to disasters, terrorism:

January 25, 2003

On the Web: The buzz about .biz:

January 24, 2003

Let's Underwrite Broadband-Every American home should be connected to the information superhighway.:

January 24, 2003

Long Beach: The City Behind the Hotzone:

January 24, 2003

What is telecom's next great thing:

January 23, 2003

The Beaumont Foundation to give computers away:

January 23, 2003

A New Wireless Web Link-Phone Firms Testing High-Speed Technology Called EvDO:

January 22, 2003

Cutthroat Communications provides high-speed Internet and data services for Billings' Lockwood School District #26:

January 21, 2003

Spam torments Sofast Communications services:

January 19, 2003

Rural telcos: Prime testing ground for the triple threat:

January 17, 2003

Senators Introduce Wireless Broadband Bill:

January 16, 2003

National Association of Counties Releases Telecom Rights-of-Way Guide:

January 15, 2003

High-speed Internet access over power lines looks promising, government says:

January 15, 2003

Cutthroat Communications is now offering expanded suite of data services to Livingston businesses:

January 14, 2003

Lincoln Likes Wireless-This Nebraska city is aggressively deploying wireless applications in many agencies.:

January 14, 2003

Avaya, Motorola, Proxim plan to marry Wi-Fi and cell networks:

January 11, 2003

State of Montana, Qwest begin Phase II of major telecommunications contract:

January 6, 2003

More Cities Set Up Wireless Networks:

January 6, 2003

Companies join to open first regional Internet exchange:

January 4, 2003

Switching Doesn't Have to Sting (What's available in Montana?- Feedback requested):

December 30, 2002

Wireless vision breaking down fences:

December 26, 2002

Upward Mobility-This is the year wireless takes off. Are you along for the ride or letting your competitors get off to a huge start?:

December 25, 2002

'No-Touch' Typing for Disabled :

December 24, 2002

Claiming a Voice: Instant messaging speaks to blind-Sighted, as well as visually impaired, find talking software useful:

December 19, 2002

States bypass rural Internet obstacles- Bringing Web Speed to the Sticks:

December 19, 2002

Vivid Networks and Big Sky Communication to Deploy the First Fiber-to-the-Home Network in the State of Montana:

December 19, 2002

Billings operation speeds up Internet:

December 17, 2002

The Wi-Fi Boom:

December 17, 2002

Brown gets creative with wireless:

December 15, 2002

Broadband: Country Style :

December 15, 2002

Regulating Rights of Way Is Necessary :

December 13, 2002

FCC wants more of the rural wireless story:

December 13, 2002

Reports Address Distressed Communities and the Digital Divide:

December 13, 2002

Senators Introduce Bill To Spur Wi-Fi Rollout:

December 12, 2002

Why you can get the best deal on high-speed access in Glasgow, Kentucky.:

December 10, 2002

Transforming Rural Alaska Through Wireless Technology in the Schools and Community:

December 10, 2002

Ruling in Australia May Have Big Impact on Web News Sites:

December 10, 2002

Telecommunications researcher, Richard Wolff picked to inaugurate MSU's Gilhousen Chair :

December 9, 2002

Wi-Fi spreading Internet access to the masses :

December 5, 2002

New company, Cometa, created to push nationwide Wi-Fi - Is Wi-Fi a Terrorist Tool?:

December 5, 2002

Unexpected Caller: The Internet Phone-Broadband Providers May BecomeTop Choice for Phone Service in Asia:

November 29, 2002

Walker in the Wireless City-wireless technology and grassroots efforts are helping create vibrant urban spaces.:

November 29, 2002

Idaho Tax Credits Lead to Greater Broadband Connectivity :

November 29, 2002

Wireless Enhanced 911 Grants Available to States :

November 27, 2002

Risk of internet collapse rising:

November 25, 2002

New Gadgets May Spark Deregulation:

November 24, 2002

$300,000 National Science Foundation grant to fund updated wireless system on the Flathead Reservation:

November 24, 2002

Wireless Web speed is being quadrupled:

November 22, 2002

Senators sketch out new broadband bill for '03:

November 21, 2002

Verizon picks Boston to launch wireless computer networks:

November 21, 2002

Start-Up Wins $14 Million GPS E911 Wireless Cellphone Contract:

November 19, 2002

UbiquiTel and Lucent Technologies Launch High-Speed Mobile Data Network Trial For Business Customers in Boise, Idaho:

November 18, 2002

Businesses, Big and Small, Bet on Wireless Internet Access:

November 15, 2002

Apologies to All on multiple Newsletters:

November 15, 2002

Indian Web Founder Aims to Inspire:

November 15, 2002

Rural Telco co-ops feel WorldCom fallout:

November 14, 2002

Calling the Future-Making phone calls over the Internet saves money, but it's still a bit of a parlor trick. Now there's technology to bring Net phones to the masses.:

November 12, 2002

San Diego wireless net installs 72-mile 2.4-GHz link:

November 12, 2002

Connected in Kentucky-Wireless broadband proves key to city's revitalization.:

November 7, 2002

‘Leaving the House’ to Make an Impact:

November 4, 2002

Wireless comes of age:

November 4, 2002

Tech firms push for less regulation of broadband:

November 4, 2002

Antenna System Is Said to Expand Wireless Internet Use:

November 4, 2002

Lampposts conceal mini cellphone transmitters:

November 3, 2002

Telecom strategy: Take it or leave it:

November 1, 2002

Wi-Fi getting new security standard:

November 1, 2002

Touch America Internet server hacked- 7000 customer accounts compromised:

October 26, 2002

Bottleneck Breakers- Why Broadband is expensive to carriers and slow to be embraced:

October 25, 2002

Airlines set to install inflight e-mail:

October 18, 2002

Telecom bright spot: FTTH (fiber-to-the-home) starts to take off:

October 14, 2002

Rural American? Want Broadband? Don't Ask the FCC.:

October 12, 2002

Ember's small sparks-A Boston startup is igniting networks with embedded wireless processors. :

October 11, 2002

Lighting up copper-Actelis employs SDM to bring broadband to fiberless last mile.:

September 27, 2002

Technology Administration Outlines Critical Issues for Broadband:

September 26, 2002

Multicity Fiber-Optics in Utah Move Ahead:

September 19, 2002

Wi-Fi's Next Big Step:

September 18, 2002

Pilot Project Demonstrates Transportable Internet Satellite System to Remote Ohio Communities:

September 16, 2002

Ultrawideband technology holds promise for cable TV:

September 13, 2002

Lyse Tele Rolls Out Next-Generation Residential Metro Ethernet:

September 12, 2002

17 Utah cities to assess need for fiber-optic networks:

September 10, 2002

Qwest Pulls Market Re-Entry Bids:

September 5, 2002

9 phone companies win round against Qwest:

August 30, 2002

Uwb Waits in Wireless Wings:

August 29, 2002

Opinions -With satellites, the Big Sky is the limit:

August 26, 2002

Learn to conquer e-mail overload:

August 21, 2002

Qwest Wins Backing for Long-Distance Bid:

August 20, 2002

Start-up's software speeds dial-up Internet service:

August 18, 2002

Experts say sky limit for Internet clouds -Networking technology could bypass networks of big providers:

August 16, 2002

Denver moves to wireless system :

August 7, 2002

Mayberry DSL :

July 24, 2002

A New Spin on the Wireless Web:

July 16, 2002

Talks Weigh Big Project on Wireless Internet Link:

July 12, 2002

Government Unplugged- Cities go Wireless:

July 12, 2002

Qwest Asks to Expand in 4 States including Montana:

July 9, 2002

Wireless Telecoms: Watch This Airspace- Four disruptive technologies are emerging:

July 5, 2002

High-speed 'wi-fi' networking takes broadband to the street:

July 2, 2002

The 2002 Montana Telecommunications Association Annual Meeting.:

July 1, 2002

Warchalking marks the Wi-Fi 'hot spots':

June 25, 2002

UTOPIA: networking all of Utah (Can we do it in Montana too?):

June 22, 2002

Weather balloons proposed for rural wireless operation :

June 17, 2002

Missoula groups consider setting up data center at meeting on Tuesday:

June 17, 2002

Success Story - SCI Technologies :

June 5, 2002

Big R Ranch and Home Supply and Cutthroat Communications step up to the plate for a communications home run.:

June 4, 2002

Wireless broadband Net makes debut in Missoula:

June 2, 2002

Senator Conrad Burns hails the nation's first mobile broadband deployment- June 3- Missoula:

May 31, 2002

High-tech network connects towns-Broadband service takes leap in S. Idaho :

May 30, 2002

iConnect Montana, a division of MITS that builds and operates data centers, tentatively plans to locate its next facility in Missoula.:

May 21, 2002

Burns bill looks to put brakes on annoying e-mail :

May 10, 2002

High-Speed Internet Access A Boon To Business - Study :

May 9, 2002

$5 million plant coming to Shelby-3 Rivers building phone facility:

May 6, 2002

Fiber-optic fallout:

May 3, 2002

Fighting the Ugly Spam Monster:

May 2, 2002

Key Senator Launches New Broadband Bill :

April 29, 2002

Pittsburgh report on broadband deployment technology, costs, planning and implementation in both urban and rural settings.:

April 26, 2002

What technical and communications infrastructure would you like to see developed in Missoula?:

April 24, 2002

Flash News Flash: It's Accessible to the disabled:

April 23, 2002

Electrifying Broadband-Making gains with power lines as a high-speed data conduit :

April 23, 2002

The Montana Independent Telecommunications Systems April 2002 Newsletter:

April 13, 2002

`Off-the-scale' fiber glut rocks the telecom industry:

April 11, 2002

Telecom Firms in Broadband Business Get Relief From Right-of-Way Rules:

April 10, 2002

The Need for Speed-With some new initiatives and cooperation, rural areas are leveling the high-tech playing field.:

April 9, 2002

Sen. Burns to Offer Wireless Spectrum Bill:

April 1, 2002

The North Carolina Rural Internet Access Authority:

March 27, 2002

Developing Wireless Technology Comes With Its Own Language:

March 26, 2002

No free ride on Wi-Fi:

March 26, 2002

Small start-up muscles in on big ISPs :

March 25, 2002

Instant Messaging shows how businesses often chase technologies they didn't expect:

March 24, 2002

Why truckers make the best beta-testers.:

March 23, 2002

UTOPIA is calling Utah cities :

March 22, 2002

Michigan Governor Signs Bills to Speed Broadband Deployment:

March 21, 2002

New services spur growth of public access Wi-Fi :

March 21, 2002

Cyber cafe: Coffee shop offers high-tech link for cost of cup of joe :

March 17, 2002

The Most Unwired Town in America:

March 15, 2002

The Island of the Wireless Guerrillas :

March 13, 2002

Accessibility in mind :

March 12, 2002

Legislation would affect broadband:

March 12, 2002

Hi-speed Internet planned for Cody :

March 11, 2002

New Orleans Schools Learn their Gig-E's:

March 11, 2002

Wireless Internet eyes Midwest :

March 11, 2002

Wireless LAN to spread its wings with new chips:

March 3, 2002

Wireless, fast Web is near :

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