Megan Hernbroth, provided by Published 7:00 am CDT, Sunday, April 28, 2019 HighSpeedInternet.com With an average internet speed of 65.02 Mbps, Maryland has the best environment for multi-person streaming and gaming. This map by HighSpeedInternet.com shows the states with the fastest and slowest internet connections across the United States. More rural states, like Montana and Alaska, tend to have lower average speeds than states with higher population density like New Jersey and Rhode Island. New England was home to four of the five fastest states. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Founders hoping to build a runaway success like video game Fortnite might want to think twice about where they set up shop, according to a new report from HighSpeedInternet.com. Epic Games, makers of the massively popular Fortnite game, is Virginia's most valuable startup, and one of ten unicorn companies based in the United States according to research firm CB Insights. … [Read more...] about This map showing the fastest and slowest internet speeds in the US could predict the path of a Silicon Valley startup exodus
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MANILA—Despite improvements, average mobile and fixed-line internet speeds in the Philippines still fall below the global average, according to a service that tracks access speeds internationally. Speedtest Global Index said that in terms of mobile internet speed, the Philippines ranks 103rd among 139 surveyed countries. The country's average mobile internet download speed of 15.06 Megabits per second was far below the global average of 26.12 Mbps. This was slower than the 15.2 Mbps registered in Zimbabwe, which years ago experienced an economic meltdown under former strongman Rober Mugabe. The Philippines' mobile internet was also slower than war-torn Syria's (19.48 Mbps). Norway has the fastest mobile internet with a speed (67.54 Mbps), followed by Canada, Qatar, the Netherlands, and South Korea. In terms of fixed line internet, the Philippines ranked 101st among 179 countries. The Philippines' average speed of 19.51 Mbps was much slower than the global … [Read more...] about PH internet speed still below global average: Speedtest
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The real state of internet speed and coverage in PHThe Philippines’ wireless internet service has improved quite impressively, according to a recent report by OpenSignal. As one of the world’s biggest consumers of data, this comes as a breath of fresh air from an “independent global standard for analyzing consumer mobile experience.” OpenSignal’s reports are said to be “the definitive guide to understanding the true experience consumers receive on wireless networks.” Late last year, we reported that internet speeds have improved, with Smart registering speed records at par with some US carriers. For the latest round of results released a couple of days ago, OpenSignal posted highlights of the good news that should benefit Filipinos who spend an average of 10 hours per day on video streaming and social media.“The future of the consumer mobile experience in the Philippines looks positive. Though mobile broadband speeds have traditionally … [Read more...] about The real state of internet speed and coverage in PH
Manuel Rueda, Associated Press Updated 11:28 am CST, Sunday, February 3, 2019 Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who has declared himself the interim president of Venezuela, speaks to supporters at a nationwide demonstration demanding the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas, Venezuela, Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019. Flanked by his wife Fabiana Rosales, Guaido said humanitarian assistance will begin flowing into the crisis-wracked country within the next few days, despite the objections of President Nicolas Maduro. less Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who has declared himself the interim president of Venezuela, speaks to supporters at a nationwide demonstration demanding the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro, ... more Photo: Rodrigo Abd, AP Photo: Rodrigo Abd, AP … [Read more...] about Venezuelan opposition targeted by internet censors