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HawaiianTel offers free WiFi at Pahoa and Keaau evacuation shelters

To support East Hawai‘i residents who are affected by the lava eruptions, today Hawaiian Telcom enabled free High-Speed Internet service via WiFi at the Pāhoa Regional Community Center and Kea‘au Community Center. Both centers serve as emergency shelters for residents who were forced to evacuate their homes in Leilani Estates and Lanipuna Gardens in Puna. […]

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Internet connectivity has been restored to all Hawaii State Public Library System locations on Hawaii Island, except for the Pahala Public and School Library. Mahalo to the technical staff who worked tirelessly to restore access for our Hawaii Island library patrons!

Internet restored at public libraries on Hawaii Island except for Pahala library

Internet connectivity has been restored to all Hawaii State Public Library System locations on Hawaii Island, except for the Pahala Public and School Library. Mahalo to the technical staff who worked tirelessly to restore access for our Hawaii Island library patrons!

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Internet connectivity has been restored to the County of Hawai'i, and all impacted services are once again available. Mahalo for your patience and understanding.

County offices experiences computer network problems, services affected

Internet connectivity has been restored to the County of Hawai’i, and all impacted services are once again available. Mahalo for your patience and understanding.

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The Hawaii Department of Transportation, Airports Division (DOTA) is seeking qualified, experienced entities to install, operate, and maintain a free Wi-Fi concession at Hawaii's major airports–Honolulu International Airport, Kahului Airport, Kona International Airport at Keahole, Hilo International Airport, and Lihue Airport.

State seeks vendor for main Hawaii airports to offer free Wi-Fi

The Hawaii Department of Transportation, Airports Division (DOTA) is seeking qualified, experienced entities to install, operate, and maintain a free Wi-Fi concession at Hawaii’s major airports–Honolulu International Airport, Kahului Airport, Kona International Airport at Keahole, Hilo International Airport, and Lihue Airport.

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High winds lead to HawaiianTelcom fiber cable cut in North Kona, phones and internet affected *UPDATED*

At about 3:30 p.m. today, a break was discovered on Hawaiian Telcom’s fiber cable on Mamalahoa Highway near Hualalai Ranch. Technicians located the damaged cable in a remote wooded area that is full of trees. High winds are believed to have snapped the 36-pair fiber cable.

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FBI busts over 400 Tor network websites

Federal law enforcement has taken action against over 400 Tor hidden service .onion addresses, including dozens of “dark market” websites, that were offering a range of illegal goods and services for sale on the “Tor” network, a special network of computers on the Internet designed to conceal the locations of individuals using it.

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Police offer ‘National Night Out’ internet safety materials for kids

In recognition of a nationwide anti-crime event called “National Night Out,” the Hawaiʻi Police Department is offering National Night Out activity sheets for keiki designed to educate them about internet safety by way of fun, interactive games and puzzles.

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State urges participation in phone survey on broadband Internet

MEDIA RELEASE The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs has contracted SMS to conduct a phone survey over the next few weeks of Hawaii residents and small businesses to find out how people in Hawaii are using their Internet connections today and how they plan to use Internet service in the future. The survey is […]

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Police warn public about Craigslist internet scam

Big Island police are warning the public about an Internet scam. A message is posted on Craigslist seeking nanny services on the Big Island. A victim who answered and communicated with the poster by email was sent a check by mail and asked to send back some of the money via Western Union to an […]

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Mobi PCS activates Kurtistown cell site

MEDIA RELEASE Mobi PCS has enhanced its wireless network on the Big Island with the activation of a new cell site in Kurtistown. Mobi’s statewide network provides service to the company’s CDMA voice and Hele Wireless Broadband customers. The new Kurtistown site provides enhanced in-building and street coverage between Pa‘ahana Street and Kukui Camp Road, […]

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A new website will allow internet users to determine their computer or electronic device’s internet speed and help the state map its broadband coverage as the Abercrombie Administration moves forward with its Hawai'i Broadband Initiative. Participants can take the test at hawaiispeedtest.net. The data collected will assist the state in identifying and closing gaps in service throughout Hawai'i.

State launches website to aid in mapping internet speeds in Hawaii

A new website will allow internet users to determine their computer or electronic device’s internet speed and help the state map its broadband coverage as the Abercrombie Administration moves forward with its Hawai’i Broadband Initiative. Participants can take the test at hawaiispeedtest.net. The data collected will assist the state in identifying and closing gaps in […]

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Oceanic Time Warner Internet maintenance (July 21)

Oceanic Time Warner Internet maintenance (July 21)

MEDIA RELEASE WHEN: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday July 21 On the Big Island, in and surrounding Hilo, Pahoa, Keaau, Kurtis Town, Waiakea, Honokaa, Kamana, and Volcano, high speed internet and home phone service may be intermittent or temporarily unavailable due to system maintenance. — Find out more: Oceanic Time Warner: www.aroundhawaii.com/support

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Governor Neil Abercrombie this afternoon signed into law House Bill 1342, the first step in expanding broadband, or ultra high-speed Internet access, in Hawai'i. Broadband expansion would allow businesses, organizations, government, universities, colleges and citizens of Hawai'i to utilize internet services that require the transfer of large amounts of data that may not be technically feasible with Hawai'i’s current broadband connectivity.

Governor Abercrombie signs bill targeting broadband infrastructure improvements

Governor Neil Abercrombie this afternoon signed into law House Bill 1342, the first step in expanding broadband, or ultra high-speed Internet access, in Hawai’i. Broadband expansion would allow businesses, organizations, government, universities, colleges and citizens of Hawai’i to utilize internet services that require the transfer of large amounts of data that may not be technically […]

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Mayor Kenoi outlined the challenges of delivering reliable broadband wireless access in a 4,028-square-mile county characterized by rough terrain and small, rural communities with large distances between them.

Mayor Kenoi briefs FCC chairman Genachowski on the need for broadband access on the Big Island

Mayor Kenoi outlined the challenges of delivering reliable broadband wireless access in a 4,028-square-mile county characterized by rough terrain and small, rural communities with large distances between them.

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