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FCC launches 'digital discrimination' task force for broadband

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The new task force will be comprised of members from several different bureaus within the FCC, Rosenworcel said.

San Diego expands public Wi-Fi to 300 new locations

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San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria said the expansion is part of an effort to close the city's digital divide and give all its residents "a chance to succeed."

AT&T to distribute hotspots nationwide to expand student broadband access

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The phone carrier's contribution is expected to bring better internet service to at least 35,000 students.

San Jose to distribute 11,000 Wi-Fi hotspots to students this year

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An announcement by Mayor Sam Liccardo on Monday advances one leg of San Jose’s $8.2 million “COVID-19 Digital Inclusion Expenditure Plan."

Cities need specialists to keep pace with emerging tech, experts say

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Panelists at the Consumer Electronics Show suggested cities hire people — which they referred to as "lookers" — to manage civic-tech pilot projects.

FirstNet-approved device list names 163 smartphones, tablets, laptops

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An original list of 17 devices has grown nearly tenfold as of 2020 and includes many popular devices, including iPhone and Samsung Galaxy smartphones.

North Carolina opens next-generation 911 monitoring center

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A new facility in Raleigh is meant to enable a smooth transition away from the aging analog systems used in dozens 911 call centers across the state today.

FirstNet's new 'roadmap' offers preview of network's future

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Expanding the network's "deployables fleet" and improving in-building coverage fall under six priorities outlined in FirstNet's latest planning document.

Verizon inks first multi-vendor public safety contract with Massachusetts

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The contract will allow Verizon and AT&T to provide dedicated service to public safety agencies in Massachusetts.

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