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FCC: Creating a “Model City” to test spectrum sharing technologies

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Interesting read written by the Chief of the FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology. Today, the FCC’s Office of Engineering & Technology (OET) and the Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) released a Joint Public Notice that seeks input on … Continue reading

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Leveraging the Wireless Industry to Give Back to America’s Veterans

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As I reflect on some of the milestones reached by the Warriors 4 Wireless (W4W) Project, I feel compelled to share the work of this project as far and wide as I can.  When I agreed to have my company, … Continue reading

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Who Are the U.S. Investment Heroes of 2013?

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U.S. Investment Heroes of 2013: The Companies Betting on America’s Future 09/19/2013 Policy Memo By Diana G Carew and Michael Mandel For too long, U.S. policymakers have focused narrowly on boosting consumers’ buying power, assuming that the productive end of the economy will take care of itself. … Continue reading

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Canada Seeing Wireless Usage Trends Similar to the U.S.

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As reported in CTV News OTTAWA — More Canadians are moving online to watch TV and listen to radio and choosing wireless over landlines for phone service, says the country’s telecommunications watchdog. The electronic habits of Canadian information consumers are … Continue reading

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Telemedicine Creating New Business Opportunities in Rural America

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As reported in Fierce Health IT Telemedicine improves pediatric care in rural ERs August 9, 2013 | By Dan Bowman Care quality for pediatric patients in rural emergency rooms improved “significantly” when delivered via telemedicine consultations, according to a study published online … Continue reading

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    As a Hispanic entrepreneur whose business has been made possible due to an ever-growing and changing information and technology landscape, José Mas developed this blog to serve as an education and news resource on how business and politics impacts this still changing and growing industry and what these changes mean for consumers and business owners alike, particularly given the nation's growing Hispanic population.

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