A coalition of large technology companies wants to bring high-speed internet access to consumers in a new way: over television airwaves. The six that make up the coalition – Microsoft, Google, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Intel and Philips – want the Federal Communications Commission to allow idle TV channels, known as white space, to be used to beam the internet into homes and offices.
Wireless Internet over idle TV channels. Wanna bet whether folks will be listening to audio entertainment and information that way?
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