Jan 27 (Reuters) – The U.S. Justice Department announced the final settlement on Wednesday in a program, valued at more than $1.3 billion, that has allowed Swiss banks to avoid possible prosecution…
I will be in Pittsburgh tomorrow for Quit Yer Pitching’, pitch-off in the heart of Iron City. I’d like to see yuns there. As a CMU grad Pittsburgh is near and dear to my heart. From the O to the Beehive (RIP) some of my formative years were spent in a stupor of coffee and fat. I want to see what you guys are up to in PGH and want to eat some Primanti Brothers, in that order. You… Read More
A startup led by the founder of Aereo says it plans to sell wireless Internet service with speeds of 1Gbps in Boston and then other cities.
Project Decibel was founded by Chet Kanojia, the founder and CEO of the ill-fated TV-over-the-Internet startup Aereo. While Aereo was doomed by a copyright battle with television networks, Kanojia is giving it a shot in the home Internet market dominated by cable companies and telcos.
Project Decibel’s “Starry” Internet service “will launch its first beta in the Greater Boston area in the summer of 2016,” with additional cities being announced later in the year, the company said. Project Decibel is based both in Boston and New York City.