A major number of developing nations still do not have internet access.
Source: Almost half the world’s population will have internet access by the end of 2015
Charter Communications is buying Time Warner Cable—are cable companies looking at startup competitors and getting worried?
Source: Telecom Giants Are Merging to Stop the Nascent Broadband Revolution | Motherboard
As the Internet has upended their business, cable companies have been racing to reinvent themselves as dominant broadband providers and distributors of online video.
Source: What Charter-Time Warner Cable deal could mean for consumers
Wood chips normally don’t make you think of electronic devices, but a type of wood chip being developed in Madison could give some relief from toxins in landfills.
Source: Biodegradable computer chips created by UW, Forest Lab researchers : Madisondotcom
Is nixing cable right for you? USA TODAY tackles the best way to cut the cord for news junkies, entertainment lovers and sports addicts.
Source: Flow charts: Can you ditch cable?
Charter, with about 1,900 employees in the state, has agreed to pay $55 billion for Time Warner Cable, which has about 2,000 workers in Wisconsin.
Source: Charter to buy Time Warner Cable, would dominate Wisconsin market
Chris Marangi, portfolio manager at Gabelli Funds, and Bloomberg’s Alex Sherman discuss the agreement by Charter Communications to purchase Time Warner Cable in a deal worth $55 billion in cash and stock. They speak on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Source: Can Charter, Time Warner Cable Deal Get FCC Approval? – Bloomberg Business