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In many parts of the developing world it is too expensive to lay the fibres and copper cable to deliver a standard internet connection. In rural India and parts of Rwanda, Cambodia and Paraguay, buses...
A new international €5.6m project aims to make Broadband internet available to remote rural areas and even moving trains by using airships, the University of York (UK) announced yesterday. Scientists will build High Altitude Platforms...
President Bush wants to spend $196 million of the Agriculture Department's 2004 budget on loans to telecommunications companies to improve Internet access in rural towns and communities, Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman said Wednesday. ...