Your daily selection of the hottest trending tech news! According to Co.Design [Screenshots: janavirgin.com] CO2GLE makes its calculations using public data from 2015: First, there’s the fact that the transmission of … Continue reading The Environmental Cost Of Your Internet Searches, Visualized
Your daily selection of the hottest trending tech news! According to Inverse Parts of the Federal Communication Commission’s repeal of net neutrality is slated to take effect on April 23, … Continue reading Net Neutrality is Over Monday, But Experts Say ISPs Will Wait to Screw Us
Your daily selection of the hottest trending tech news! According to Lifehacker Cloudflare announced a brand-new DNS service this weekend—on April Fool’s Day, of course—because its launch date ties … Continue reading How to Browse Faster (and More Securely) With Cloudflare’s New DNS
Your daily selection of the hottest trending tech news! According to Ars Technica Enlarge /Google Image search will no longer offer the “view image” button, which directly linked to an … Continue reading Internet rages after Google removes “view image” button, bowing to Getty
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Your daily selection of the hottest trending tech news! According to Engadget MyLiFi is a lamp that provides a secure, wireless, radiowave-free internet connection to nearby devices, all through the … Continue reading MyLiFi lamp delivers secure internet via LEDs
Your daily selection of the latest crowdfunding projects! According to fundable.com Nucleos has “appified” the server space to deliver web-based educational resources regardless of Internet connectivity. Students connect to the … Continue reading Nucleos: Portable E-Learning Hub Regardless of Internet Connectivity
Your daily selection of the hottest trending tech news! According to TechHive With the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) poised to dismantle net neutrality rules next month, it’s easy to get … Continue reading The demise of net neutrality is already hurting cord cutters
Your daily selection of the hottest trending tech news! According to: sportsbettingdime.com If you’ve been on the internet sometime in the last year, you have undoubtedly encountered Bitcoin, the digital payment … Continue reading Predicting the Future Price of Bitcoin: Is It Digital Gold?
The interruption lasted for several hours until the internet heavyweight eventually managed to resolve the issue.
Or as Eric says, it’s basically DLC for your ADSL Net Neutrality is a fancy word that muffles what’s really going on here: Cable Operators want to charge consumers more … Continue reading If you don’t care about Net Neutrality at least care about your cable bill going up
In a recent Economist Intelligence Unit study of internet inclusiveness, India ranked first among 75 countries when it comes to having policies in place to ensure connectivity. That, according to … Continue reading India has the best internet policy in the world, but actually getting online is another story
If you’re after blazing mobile data speeds, you should go to South Korea, Norway, or Hungary. Those are the countries with the fastest mobile internet connections, clocking over 30 megabits … Continue reading The countries with the world’s fastest mobile internet
There could be a number of reasons why you don’t want your identity being known while using the web. You could be a drug dealer, pedophile or hacker. These kinds … Continue reading Three Ways to Stay Anonymous Online
This artist’s concept illustrates a close-up view of a cool brown dwarf. Objects like this, drifting just beyond our solar system, have been imaged by NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer … Continue reading NASA-funded website lets public search for new nearby worlds
Jeff Hancock likes to give his Stanford University students weekend assignments that let them experience concepts discussed in class for themselves. Before 2008, he would sometimes challenge his students to … Continue reading What if the internet stopped working for a day?
QuickNet is a novel deep network architecture that is faster and more efficient than the current “fast” deep web network architectures such as SqueezeNet. QuickNet utilizes fewer parameters when compared … Continue reading QuickNet – A Faster, More Efficient Deep Web Network Architecture