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FCC Filing Shows That Sprint is A Supporter of Net Neutrality

by Gizmoration January 17, 2015
Supporters of net neutrality got a boost from an unlikely source on Friday as telecom giant Sprint stated in a letter to the FCC that it would support so-called “Title II” regulation, which is the only legal tool that the agency can use to ensure internet providers can’t favor some websites over others. “So long as the FCC [...]
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Best Ways You Can Save Your Mobile Data

by DRajon January 9, 2015
There was a time where you need to worry about call charges and voice minutes. But now, the worry has just been shifted towards Data charges. The superfast 4G network can empty your pockets with same speed. These horrifying high data charges should be kept under check no matter how unlimited data plan you are [...]

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Consumer Data Security and Wearables to Drive Growth

by Ranjan Yadavon December 23, 2014
Consumer of the generation next is open to sharing personal information when they are assured and convinced that they are getting comparable value against doing so. Sharing personal information without consent and that too for dubious reasons is not poised to be welcomed by consumers of future. Paying with cash doesn’t always lead to the [...]
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Indiegogo Extends America’s Kermit Gosnell Movie Campaign

by Ranjan Yadavon December 20, 2014
Indiegogo has extended a historic crowdfunding campaign for a movie about America’s biggest serial killer Kermit Gosnell, brought to you by Ann and Phelim Media. Indiegogo, the worlds crowdfunding portal, has just extended the “Forever Funding” service to the campaigners of the film, Gosnell Movie. This allows projects to re-open their crowdfunding campaign and continue [...]

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Gigabit Wireless Comes to the Homes of San Francisco

by Ranjan Yadavon December 18, 2014
Gigabit Wireless is brought to you by San Francisco based MonkeyBrains. The company is excited to offer Gigabit to the Homes, i.e. 350Mbps to 1Gbps links to residential homes. The company is very excited to become the first ISP to introduce Gigabit to individual homes in San Francisco. Fiber to the home isn’t coming so [...]
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YouTube Introduces a GIF-Maker, Allowing Embed Code

by RJ Kon December 14, 2014
YouTube the number one video streaming website has now introduce the new feature of making of GIFs for its videos. A user who wants to share his video on YouTube can select the gif option to give a overlook about the video. This new option lets users set a start and an end point on the [...]

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IBM To Enter The Email Service Competition with Verse

by RJ Kon December 2, 2014
IBM is the powerhouse of innovation and premier services to its customers and users. This tech giant has now come up with yet another interesting service. It is the next generation email client and is called as the Verse. It is designed to enrich email with social media and analysis. Earlier this month the private [...]
Yahoo To Announce Q2 Earnings One Day After Appointing New CEO

Yahoo Makes A Deal With Mozilla To Drive Google Out of Race

by RJ Kon November 23, 2014
Yahoo is making moves to increase its search market share through various investments, acquisitions and deals. One such recent deal was between the internet giant and the web browser Firefox maker Mozilla Corp. According to the deal Yahoo will be made the default search engine for the web browser in the US. The idea of [...]
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Amazing Recreation of “Feel” of a City with Sound City Project

by RJ Kon October 28, 2014
Everybody must have had dreams to visit or even some would have even visited the places like New York, San Francisco, Stockholm or Oslo. But because of some reasons it wouldn’t have been possible. This is where the Sound City Project steps in to gives its user the real feel of the city of their [...]

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Facebook’s Feeds Gives Videos The Necessary Boost

by RJ Kon September 9, 2014
Facebook, the new home of every internet user has become the platform for sharing the videos and obtaining huge likes and shares. For instance Beyonce has posted a video of behind the scenes and preparations for her live performance last month on Facebook and YouTube. In the first four hours, Facebook users have hit the [...]
Yahoo To Announce Q2 Earnings One Day After Appointing New CEO

Yahoo Acquires New Platform to Aid the Ailing Ad Business

by RJ Kon September 7, 2014
Yahoo, the tech giant is definitely focused to bring the fame for its once-mighty ad business. For this it has acquired the startup Luminate, a  service that focuses on advertising on top of online images. The Internet giant is making all the possible attempts in order to gain a huge business. The acquisition was confirmed by [...]

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Amazon Prime Air: Post FAA Setback, May Opt Indian Liftoff

by Ranjan Yadavon August 21, 2014
Amazon Prime Air, the e-commerce biggie’s research project aimed to deliver packages in 30 minutes or less via unmanned drones is shaping up despite FAA’s setback. The FAA’s anti-Prime Air approach this June led Amazon’s plans grounded. It banned package-delivering drones using lingo meant at Amazon’s Prime Air program directly. New key Hires in July included [...]
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8 Tricks to Ensure Your Mobile Web is Mobile User Friendly

by Gizmoration August 14, 2014
For most businesses, transitioning to a mobile website is almost as large a leap as transitioning to the Internet was back in the 90s. It feels necessary, but it also feels foreign. After all, mobile Web use continues to grow by leaps and bounds — it’s more than doubled in use since 2009 — but [...]

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Mobile Wireless Performance in US, EU: GSMA

by Ranjan Yadavon August 14, 2014
Mobile Wireless Performance appraisal for the United States and the European Union was undertaken by GSMA and NAVIGANT Economics in 2013. The results exhibit that the EU mobile wireless market is under-performing relative to other advanced economies, including the U.S. The EU is falling short in deploying the next generation wireless infrastructures and the advanced services. The [...]
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Mydala talks investments with Sweden/Russia

by Ranjan Yadavon August 12, 2014
Mydala, offered by Kinobeo Software, is a rapidly growing group buying site with over three million users. Mydala has recently caught the attention of Russian and Swedish venture investors. Heavyweight internet investors like Russian billionaire Yuri Milner’s DST Global and Sweden’s Kinnevik are in talks with Mydala for a $40 million fresh funds investment for operations expansion. The deal would [...]

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Internet of Everything for Cities, States and Countries

by Ranjan Yadavon August 9, 2014
Internet of Things, and Internet of People are the two terms we have been aware of so far when referring to the most dynamic elements of our modern world. However, given the challenges in front of businesses, administrations, governments and municipalities in present times and in future, there is a dire need to acknowledge and embrace the concept of [...]
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5 things to consider when choosing a web hosting company

by Gizmoration July 16, 2014
If you are looking to start up a new business along with a snazzy website, or considering leaving your old hosting company, there are several points that are wise to consider before putting your website and everything that comes with it, into a web host. Quality of service is always something you need to consider [...]
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Google acquires the streaming music company Songza for $39M

by Nick Adamson July 2, 2014
Google is buying Songza, a popular music app, Long Island-based, founded in 2007. The 6-year-old company is run by Elias Roman, who won a $4.7 million funding round from Amazon, Lerer Ventures and music manager Scooter Braun in late 2013. The app recently got a makeover. On the version for Apple’s iPhone, for instance, you can now play music videos [...]

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US should ‘keep control of net’ – Bill Clinton

by Ryan Burgesson March 25, 2014
Former President of America Bill Clinton took to the stage yesterday to make a rather ironic statement. Bill Clinton thinks that the US needs to keep control of the internet to make sure it stays open and free… Yep. Clinton made his comments during a debate sponsored by his charitable foundation, Clinton Global Initiative: The [...]
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Gmail now encrypts every email you send

by Ryan Burgesson March 21, 2014
Google announced yesterday they were to make Gmail encrypted through a HTTPS connection at all times. Before this change HTTPS encryption was an option, now it is mandatory and rightly so as new revelations of government snooping and spying are released everyday. Google also announced that every email you send will be encrypted from when [...]

 
 
 
 

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