North Korea, a name synonymous with draconian rules and infamous secrecy, has once again flexed its muscles to gag access to the internet. The country pulled the plug on its 3G network just a month after it was made available … .
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Shanghai is blessed to have China Telecom placing such high hopes on its shoulders. The company claimed that the city currently holds the record for best Internet speeds in all of China. It further plans to double the 32Mbps bandwidth … .
When folks from Kochi, in India, read about the 1 Gigabit per second connectivity made to available to the people of Kansas City, they wouldn’t in their wildest dreams gauge the possibility of enjoying the service in their very own … .
Education has always been a problematic challenge in the most remote locations of Africa. It’s a problem that has been well analyzed and finally simplified by none other than Samsung. The company has initiated the Internet Schools Programme, which will … .
Japan’s telecom major NTTDoCoMo and its partners managed a 1 petabit per second data transfer over a 12-core optical fiber 52.4 km long. 1 Petabit is 1000 Terabytes, so that is a lot of data. [Slashdot]
The Germans have always had an affinity with speed and have proven just that with one of the world’s fastest internet connections being made available by internet-provider Kabel Deutschland. Claiming to be the first provider to achieve a real-world internet … .
Motorola has long been a name synonymous with technology and has come up with some pretty fascinating stuff in the past. Now, to keep up with technology hipsters like Google and Apple, Motorola too has drawn out plans to hit … .
We knew that beyond a certain point internet addiction wasn’t healthly but researchers in China say that the magnitude of its after-effects isn’t as small as we expected. Just the way alcohol, cocaine, heroine, marijuana, methamphetamines and ketamine change your … .
Home entertainment systems aren’t Internet savvy on their own. That’s why you need to give them a bit of a push, like picking up the Aztech HL125G HomePlug AV hub. It makes use of the existing sockets in your home … .
Life at 4-5Gbps is quite blissful. But as human as we get, nothing seems to satisfy our needs. Just why we needed something larger than life. Something that exceeds our expectations by so much that we wouldn’t scale our desires … .
Ever wondered what 120GBPS Internet speed can do for you? the math is simple. You could download as much as ‘6’ 1080p movies in less than a few seconds. It isn’t as unrealistic as it sounds for Ciso and Telia … .
Never before has a Mayor ever been inaugurated on the internet, and what better place to kick off a technologically-packed ceremony than in the home of technology itself, Seoul! The official inaugural ceremony of the 35th Mayor of Seoul, Park … .
Sure Wifi, GPRS, EDGE and 3G technologies have had their share of technological boosts. These haven’t really matched up to the expectations of smartphone users till date though, with people expecting their phones to perform internet tricks with speeds of … .
Up ahead if you plan to fly with American Airlines, rest assured, you’re sure to have an entertaining flight! The first North American airline to introduce in-flight streaming, American Airlines will offer the facility to passengers travelling on its entire … .
The next generation Wireless standard 802.22 will now be able to cover as much as 12,000 square miles, says the latest announcement from IEEE. The new standard is primarily for Wireless Regional Area Networks or WRAN which uses the white … .
Face detection was one blast of technology that took the world by storm. And pushing technological capabilities further up the ladder, researchers have recently struck upon mood detection technology too! Developed by Face.com, a face detection and recognition service, the … .
Whenever you talk about Blu-ray players you have to consider the fact that they’re wonders of portable data storage. The LG BD670 player enters the ring with additiobal features that give it an Internet user’s thumbs-up. And given that just … .
Consider this: A single spam email of the 62 trillion sent each year creates 0.3 grams of carbon dioxide. A Google search for “Soylent Green” spawns the same amount as driving a car three inches. Or, Electricity used to power … .
This is the beginning. This is where is all began … this surfing the net, chatting with friends, upload pictures, downloading music, it all started (more or less) in a room at UCLA in 1969, when Professor Leonard Kleinrock’s lab … .
If you are in the Middle East and hold a position that is in direct contention to the corrupt government there, here’s a news that will make you smile:the State Department’s new technology freedom initiatives, innovator Benetech imagines that the … .
Microsoft have had success stories that would take volumes and epics to cover to the dot. However, one of their many wonderful innovations is their overwhelmingly awesome browser called the Internet Explorer that we’ve all grown up using, unless we … .
Here’s another reason as to why Japan is still considered an indisputable leader in technology. In spite of being gravely devastated and battered by the 8.9 magnitude earthquake last Friday, Japan still is connected to the world, thanks largely to … .
South Korea, which already claims the world’s fastest Internet connections globally, is looking to boost it even more. Choi Gwang-gi is overseeing South Korea’s plan to connect every home in the country to the Internet at one gigabit per second … .
The >:D< smiley has definitely gone a long way. In today’s day and age, when everything is done digitally, a digital hug does not surprise us. What debatable is, will this be a norm? Scientists claim that the average hug … .
APNIC Pty Ltd, which is an administration authority of IP addresses (RIR: Regional Internet Registry) and responsible for the Asia-Pacific region, has shown concern for the rapidly decreasing stock of IPv4 addresses.IANA, which supervises RIRs, currently has a stock of … .