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How to Choose the Best Wireless Router for your Home Office

How to Choose the Best Wireless Router for your Home Office

🕔10:20, 10.Jan 2018

Working from the comfort of your home is definitely a luxury that many persons look forward to especially when you have previously experienced the boring routine of working within the enclosed space of an office. However, working from home also

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How To Know If A Smartphone Will Work In Your Country

How To Know If A Smartphone Will Work In Your Country

🕔17:09, 13.Sep 2016

One of the most commonly asked questions by our customers relates to whether a particular phone will work and have mobile internet connection in a certain country. Not entirely unsurprising, of course, as a smartphone that does not work in

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Will China’s Internet Infrastructure be ready for an Internet Plus Economy?

Will China’s Internet Infrastructure be ready for an Internet Plus Economy?

🕔10:33, 22.Dec 2015

China’s economy is in the midst of a much-needed shift from being predominantly manufacturing heavy, to innovation and technology focused. Spearheaded by Premier Li Keqiang’s so called “Internet Plus” campaign, China will seek to invest more in technology, startup companies,

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Ireland: Top Tier Destination for Broadband

Ireland: Top Tier Destination for Broadband

🕔11:36, 26.Nov 2015

According to Akamai State of The Internet Report, which deals with the overall broadband connection speed around the globe, Ireland has been rated highly in terms of broadband coverage and speed. However the accuracy of the broadband connection speed is

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Eric Schmidt about the Internet

Eric Schmidt about the Internet

🕔06:46, 29.Oct 2014

Eric Schmidt shared his thoughts about the Internet

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Google Protects Cables From Shark Attacks

Google Protects Cables From Shark Attacks

🕔11:14, 19.Aug 2014

Some of you maybe fans of shark week, but did you know that sharks like to take bites out of the underwater cables that connect the world to internet. Google is deciding to reinforce their fibre optic cables with protective

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Spam turns 20 and is still going strong

Spam turns 20 and is still going strong

🕔01:58, 23.Apr 2014

We recently passed an Internet milestone: April 12 marked the 20-year anniversary of commercialized spam. But even with two decades and trillions of unsolicited messages behind us, it seems there is still no end in sight. Cloudmark wrote a blog

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Play practically every game for five vintage consoles in your web browser

Play practically every game for five vintage consoles in your web browser

🕔15:27, 31.Dec 2013

The Internet Archive is on a mission to ensure that decades-old software isn’t lost to the vicissitudes of time — and that anyone can use it on the web for free. In October, that meant releasing a Javascript port of

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More Than Half of Internet Traffic Is Just Bots

More Than Half of Internet Traffic Is Just Bots

🕔15:18, 31.Dec 2013

People attribute a lot of annoying internet stuff to bots. Twitterbot followers, bots that sneak past spam filters, bots that send weird gibberish on messaging services. It sounds kind of tired, but maybe the situation is exactly as bad as

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Netflix + YouTube Consume Half of Internet Traffic

Netflix + YouTube Consume Half of Internet Traffic

🕔07:22, 13.Nov 2013

Netflix and YouTube dominate over half of downstream Internet traffic in North America, according to a new report released by Canadian Internet monitoring firm Sandvine. Downstream traffic is data that goes from a source to a computer, and Netflix’s share

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Reset Web Browser To Default Settings

Reset Web Browser To Default Settings

🕔03:05, 12.Sep 2013

Resetting your browser to its default state can often fix problems. For example, a program you install may change your search engine, install toolbars, and do other unwelcome things. Or you may have accidentally changed advanced settings on your own.

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Facebook And 6 Phone Companies Launch Internet.org To Bring Affordable Access To Everyone

Facebook And 6 Phone Companies Launch Internet.org To Bring Affordable Access To Everyone

🕔02:55, 22.Aug 2013

Facebook has just announced a partnership with Samsung, Ericsson, MediaTek, Nokia, Opera and Qualcomm to launch Internet.org, a project aimed at bringing affordable Internet access to the 5 billion people without it. The companies will work together on data-compression technologies

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Google X Announces Project Loon: Balloon-Powered Internet For Remote Areas

Google X Announces Project Loon: Balloon-Powered Internet For Remote Areas

🕔00:29, 18.Jun 2013

In North America, nearly 80 percent of the population has access to the Internet. According to the International Telecommunications Union, in Asia, where the United Nations pegged the population at nearly 4 billion last year, slightly more than a billion

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