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SpaceX would like to further expanded testing of its Starlink satellite internet by connecting the network to aircraft inflight, the company said in a request to the Federal Communications Commission.
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Photos are starting to leak from SpaceX Starlink beta users, who are trying the satellite broadband service in remote areas for the first time. So far, the beta testing appears to be going far better than that of full self driving.
China launches 'the world's first 6G experimental satellite' as it aims to roll out the ultra-fast network in 2030
While most "stay at home" stock focus during the pandemic has been on names like Zoom, Slack and Pelton, it seems the video game industry has snuck past many "mainstream" analysts' radar.
SpaceX Starlink is initially providing service to the northern United States and southern Canada. SpaceX states that by 2021 the company will provide service to the populated world.
Corey's Digs reported on the censorship taking place by big tech back in August, 2019: Controlling Minds, Narratives & Elections: Google, YouTube, Facebook & Twitter, and interviewed Google whistleblower Zach Vorhies on the Dig It! Podcast.
Elon Musk is hoping to build a city on the Red Planet and knows the space colony will probably want to get online.
Elon Musk said that all vehicles on Earth are slow for a phased array antenna. This means that the 100 mbps, 30 millisecond latency Starlink will work in trains, cars and planes.
How Google wrecked its own website by replacing search results with ads and their own products and provoked massive US anti-trust case that could be the first step towards its destruction
Former Google Chief Executive Officer Eric Schmidt said the "excesses" of social media are likely to result in greater regulation of internet platforms in the coming years.