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A Map of Every Device in the World That's Connected to the Internet - 0 views

    Where is the internet? This map might explain it better than any statistics could ever hope to: The red hot spots show where the most devices that can access the internet are located.

Facebook goes down for the third times in 3 weeks - 0 views

    Facebook's website and mobile app went down for some users Monday afternoon - the third outage for the social network in as many weeks. While Facebook's website appeared to load very slowly for some users, the app and website were inaccessible to many Monday afternoon.

Graphene sees your optical fibre network and makes it 100x faster - 0 views

    Summary: Researchers at the Centre of Graphene Science at the Universities of Bath and Exeter have demonstrated a 100x improvement in optical-fibre broadband speeds. Researchers at the Centre of Graphene Science at the Universities of Bath and Exeter have demonstrated a drastic improvement in optical-fibre broadband speeds via the use of the miracle material: graphene.

Small business gets with the social program - 0 views

    Myriam Gumuchian is the fourth generation of her family to make jewelry. But she told CNBC the visual aspect of social media is working in reaching her customers. "Women can relate when they see a picture of a ring on a finger, or a necklace or an earring," Myriam said, adding that "we like to show how it's worn in real time.

In-flight WiFi speeds up - 2 views

    Gogo's 2Ku service received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration this week, clearing the way for it to be installed on commercial airplanes later this year.

Loon for All - Project Loon - Google - 0 views

    Project Loon looks to use a global network of high-altitude balloons to connect people in rural and remote areas who have no Internet access at all, help fill coverage gaps for areas that can't be served profitably by existing providers, and rapidly connect people after disasters when existing infrastructure has been compromised.
Bill Genereux

This tool can warn you about evil access points nearby | Computerworld - 0 views

    A new open-source tool can periodically scan an area for rogue Wi-Fi access points and can alert network administrators if any are found. The tool, called EvilAP_Defender, was designed specifically to detect malicious access points that are configured by attackers to mimic legitimate ones in order to trick users to connect to them.
    A new open-source tool can periodically scan for rogue Wi-Fi access points and alert network administrators if they're found.
Bill Genereux

Elderly users will be the guinea pigs of the Internet of Things. - 0 views

    On Thursday, March 26, Future Tense—a partnership of Slate, New America, and Arizona State University—will hold an event on medical device security and privacy at the New America office in Washington, D.C. For more information and to RSVP, visit the New America website. This past week’s data breach at health...

IPv6 and IPv4 questions and answers - 1 views

What happened to IPv5? Version 5 of the IP family was an experimental protocol developed in the 1980s. IPv5 (also called the Internet Stream Protocol) was never widely deployed. Since the number 5 ...

http:__www.internetsociety.org_ipv6-frequently-asked-questions networking Internet technology network security

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AT&T is putting a price on privacy. - 0 views

    AT&T is going to track and monetize the webpages you visit, the time you spend on each, the links or ads you see and follow, and the search terms you enter if you have their new gigabit broadband service (such as in Kansas City). If you don't want to be tracked, "fortunately" they let you opt-out for a $29 / month fee.
Bill Genereux

What's the Difference Between WiFi and The Internet? | TD Curran - 0 views

    This article explains the difference between the Internet and Wifi. It also highlights and defines things about routers, modems, internet service providers and ethernet.

Scientists propose 'cortical modem' implant to give you Terminator vision - CNET - 0 views

    US military research agency DARPA forsees a tiny implant that could restore sight loss or give you a heads-up display without a helmet or glasses. Forget HoloLens, forget smart glasses and forget augmented reality -- scientists have proposed a "cortical modem" that plugs into your DNA and your visual cortex to cure sight loss and show a heads-up display in front of your very eyes.
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