Top HTML5 Internet Speed Test Results in District of Columbia

Speed test results show an average of Mbps download and Mbps upload speeds across all mobile, tablet, and desktop devices tested. Take a look at the charts below for an at-a-glance view of of speed test results by device. ViaSat, Inc., AT&T, Time Warner and Verizon Wireless are among the many Internet Service Providers (ISPs) delivering broadband to United States.

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Latest Internet Broadband News for District of Columbia

New 5G Speed Report Compares Still Emerging Networks

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The 2020 Internet Trends Expected to Impact You

With a new year and decade now upon us, the Internet world continues to change. What 2020 Internet trends are expected to impact your usage? 5G looks to begin entering the tech mainstream this year. Are any other transformative innovations slated for 2020? Let’s take a closer look at the 2020 Internet trends potentially influencing […]

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The NBC Peacock Streaming Service Gives Cordcutters Another Option

The new NBC Peacock streaming service hits the “airwaves” in a few months. Obviously, comparisons with CBS All Access are relevant, being two OTT services focused on broadcast network content. Will Fox, ABC, and The CW someday follow suit? One major differentiator between Peacock and All Access is NBC’s tiered pricing model, including a free […]

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Your Internet Speed Test Results Explained

So you just performed an Internet speed test and wondered what do all these results mean? Sure, the download speed seems obvious, but how much do I need for streaming an HD movie? What about the upload speed or ping? If you are curious about your speed test results, here’s a convenient glossary. This info […]

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A New Smart Home Standard Introduced by Amazon, Apple, and Google

While the Internet of Things continues to make an impact in the business world, the smart home market is relatively barren. Three of the biggest tech giants – Amazon, Apple, and Google – hope to change things by introducing a new smart home standard for device communication. News about the new standard appeared in CNET […]

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A Streaming Device Buyers Guide

With the Holiday shopping season rapidly coming to a close, is a streaming device on your list this year?  Use our streaming device buyers guide to help you make the right choice. It’s a great way to enjoy popular services, like Netflix, Disney Plus, and Hulu. While some use their smart TV or videogame console […]

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CES 2020 Highlights the Latest Technology Innovations

The annual Consumer Electronics Show offers a window into emerging technology, and this year’s CES 2020 is no exception. Hosted in Las Vegas, many manufacturers in the tech world shared their newest products. Fresh 8K TV models abound as do the latest innovations in smart home technology. Let’s take a look at a few new […]

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CBS All Access – Star Trek Fans Plan on Streaming Picard

With Star Trek Picard coming soon, science fiction fans need to consider CBS All Access as a streaming option. While the new Patrick Stewart project intrigues, what other exclusive content does All Access provide for subscribers? Is live and on-demand CBS content enough to convince the cordcutter? In a competitive streaming market, Netflix, Apple TV+, […]

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District of Columbia Internet Speed on Average

6.2%
6.2% of Population with access to over 1000Mbps
46.2%
46.2% of District of Columbia with access to Fiber Optic & Fiber Providers
98.3%
98.3% of Population with 3 or more Internet Provider choices
There are 19 Internet providers in District of Columbia
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