The Great Broadband Divide: Living Without High-Speed Internet AccessAs Americans, we count among our blessings that most of us have been able to keep going during this pandemic thanks to broadband Internet. There's only one problem -- tens of millions don't have access.
As Part Of 'Operation Connectivity', School Buses Will Bring High-Speed Internet To Dallas ISD FamiliesSeveral Dallas ISD buses will be parked at apartment complexes to serve as mobile hotspots and tech centers for those who need it.
Coronavirus In Texas: Governor Abbott Says Mitigation Is Working, 30 Texas Patients Testing Hydroxychloroquine TreatmentMitigation efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus in Texas are working, according to Coronavirus Response Coordinator for the White House Coronavirus Task Force, Dr. Debbie Birx.
Internet Undergoes A Stress Test With Millions, Upon Millions, Working From Home"I think it's very reasonable to be concerned that some of this real-time video chatting and communication that we're relying on could very soon start to experience a certain amount of lag."
Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa Talks Challenges Educating Students During Coronavirus ShutdownThe big concern is continuing education at home with an estimated 40% of the student body lacking internet access.
You Can Soon Check Out Mobile Hotspots From Dallas Public LibraryThe new program will provide 900 mobile hotspots at the identified library locations to give residents the opportunity to access online resources for up to 30 days at home.
Google's Internet-Beaming Balloons Set To Take OffGoogle's Internet-beaming balloons are ready to take off on the next phase of their mission to deliver online access in regions where most people live offline.