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MWC 2015 Media Event Schedule for Samsung, HTC, Huawei and Microsoft Revealed

MWC 2015 Media Event Schedule for Samsung, HTC, Huawei and Microsoft Revealed

Star Trek's Renaissance Man Leonard Nimoy, dead at 83

Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek's Renaissance Man, Dead at 83

Apple Watch Will Ditch the Car Keys and Remind Users to Exercise

Apple Watch Will Ditch the Car Keys and Remind Users to Exercise

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Chad Johnson To 'Fashion Police'? Ex NFLer Wants Osbourne's Chair

Huawei Smartwatch Leaks in Videos ahead of MWC 2015

Huawei Smartwatch Leaks in Videos ahead of MWC 2015

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The US falling behind in internet speed and affordability

The US falling behind in internet speed and affordability Monopolistic environment has curbed competition, not encouraging companies to provide better services

Nov 2 2014, 12:11pm CST

Polish town to build statue honouring Wikipedia

Polish town to build statue honouring Wikipedia The statue, made of a laminated material designed to look like brass, will depict four figures holding up the Wikipedia symbol

Oct 11 2014, 12:27pm CDT

AT&T is looking at 100 additional US cities for 1Gbps fiber internet

AT&T is looking at 100 additional US cities for 1Gbps fiber internet AT&T wants to put blazing fast fiber optic internet into more cities

Apr 22 2014, 1:43pm CDT

Could The U.S. Military's New Search Engine Replace Google?

Could The U.S. Military's New Search Engine Replace Google? When DARPA wants a next-generation search engine, Google had better pay attention. DARPA, or the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is the cutting-edge Pentagon research organization whose ancestor ARPA helped...

Feb 24 2014, 10:16am CST

The Internet Of Things: An Industrial Revolution Rather Than The Digital

The Internet Of Things: An Industrial Revolution Rather Than The Digital By Glen Martin Philadelphia’s Centennial Exposition of 1876 was America’s first World’s Fair, and was ostensibly held to mark the nation’s 100th birthday. But it heralded the future as much as it celebrated the past,...

Feb 10 2014, 7:03pm CST

Bloat, Censorship, Reaction: UK Government Takes Control Freak Approach To Tech

Bloat, Censorship, Reaction: UK Government Takes Control Freak Approach To Tech Britain’s Coalition government has been desperate to be seen as on the cutting edge of technology since the beginning of its term. It is bizarre, then, that it pressured some of the country’s biggest internet providers...

Jan 13 2014, 11:41am CST

Wikipedia founder says Snowden may have edited encyclopedia

Wikipedia founder says Snowden may have edited encyclopedia Jimbo has posted an interesting question on Wikipedia today. The founder believes Edward Snowden may have edited the encyclopedia.

Jun 25 2013, 11:13pm CDT

Obama Administration Ends 'Leave Internet Alone' Policy

Obama Administration Ends 'Leave Internet Alone' Policy The Internet changed forever this week. Antitrust Secretary Larry Strickling stated in a speech to the Media Institute that the government would soon embark upon “Internet Policy 3.0”. While the outcome of this new...

Feb 28 2010, 3:11pm CST

WikiReader Review

WikiReader Review Today I am looking at the WikiReader. The little handheld device puts all the knowledge in the Wikipedia at your fingertips without needing internet access. The WikiReader is small enough to carry anywhere and features...

Feb 15 2010, 8:17am CST

UK mobile Internet use rises A new study from Comscore, the reigning leader in online statistics, shows that nearly six million people in the UK accessed the Internet from a mobile phone in January of this year. That's practically a new record.On...

May 17 2007, 2:00am CDT

One third of UK has never been online

One third of UK has never been online Of the approximately 48 million people in the UK, one would think a lot of them have used the Internet at least once. That's not the case, according to charity group Citizens Online. According to them, 33%, or 16...

Mar 20 2007, 11:05am CDT

China's New Restriction Hits Internet Cafes

China's New Restriction Hits Internet Cafes China has caught the mainstream eye with its excessive Web restrictions over the past several years. The latest in the country's attempt to limit and censor Internet access for its residents deals with Internet cafes....

Jul 5 2006, 11:00am CDT

Wiflyer Review

Wiflyer Review A True Review reviews the Always On Wireless WiFlyer (See Price). Quote: "There may soon come a day when everyone will have a broadband connection to the Internet. For now the fact is that the majority of Internet...

Jan 17 2005, 12:56am EST