Used generally to describe high bandwidth internet connections of speed greater than or equal to 10 megabits per second. Specifically used to describe internet access via a cable television modem.

Articles on that refer to Broadband

Top News of 2002 By Ray Kurzweil and Amara D. Angelica
Track 7 Tech Vectors to Take Advantage of Technological Acceleration By Max More
Review of Lawrence Lessig's The Future of Ideas By Lucas Hendrich and
The Twenty Laws of the Telecosm By George Gilder
Grasping the Future: Comparing Scenarios to Other Techniques By Max More
Millennium 3000 Scenarios By Theodore J. Gordon and Jerome C. Glenn
Deep Fritz Draws: Are Humans Getting Smarter, or Are Computers Getting Stupider? By Ray Kurzweil
Why We Can Be Confident of Turing Test Capability Within a Quarter Century By Ray Kurzweil
The Third-Generation Web is Coming By Nova Spivack

News Articles that refer to Broadband

Web Surfers Hit Higher Speeds
Intel, Nokia, Proxim, Others Launch WiMax
Connections to Broadband Increase 50%
Broadband-deprived Cerritos turns to WiFi
Search engines try to find their sound
Verizon's fiber race is on
FCC: Broadband Usage Has Tripled
Mobile broadband Internet access anywhere
Researchers create a broadband light amplifier on a chip
WiMax Gets Nod As Wireless Standard