The web is already filled with lots of cloud-based file storage and file sharing services but most of these services would require you to install a desktop app or software. Now, what if you just want to share some photos …Read More »
China’s online censorship system currently blocks many popular online destination, with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube among the list. It also bans sites hosted in Taiwan and rights groups. Apparently, China feels that, with this censorship, they have been successful at “cleaning” …Read More »
The fight for equal rates is over, for now anyway. Pandora, one of the most well-known online music streaming sties, has given up its quest to get congress to pass a law that would put them on more equal footing …Read More »
Healthcare.gov website is practically a huge disaster for the Obama administration, and with only three days left to fix all the kinks, it appears things might not turn out well before the final day. Apparently, the website is moving to …Read More »
At the moment, the United States of America is ranked #31 as far as internet download speed goes. This ranking is made by Speetest.net, and is reported in their most recent update of the index.
The site marked how it …Read More »
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Google chairman Eric Schmidt believes that there will come a time when censorship of the Internet will come to an end.
“I believe there’s a real chance that we can eliminate censorship and the possibility of censorship in a decade.” …Read More »
At the World Wide Web Foundation’s second annual conference, Tim Berners-Lee, credited as the founder of the internet, vehemently exclaimed that internet surveillance is a threat to democracy, that such a practice does not comply with what democracy really means, …Read More »
McDonald’s has announced that it will roll out free WiFi in China.
The move, which will affect over 1400 McDonald restaurants in the country, is apparently part of a bigger one set in motion by the Chinese government, who apparently …Read More »
In a move to make the internet more secure, the Internet Engineering Task Force, or IETF, have started the discussion on how to encrypt… everything.
It is more imperative than ever since the knowledge of government spying and the ease …Read More »
In a move that will be surprising to absolutely no one who has been paying attention to China’s government in the past, the Chinese government is apparently actively considering how they can further control internet usage in China and input …Read More »
There are a lot of apps and tools that you can use to edit and enhance your photos. If you have a smartphone or tablet, you can use a free app like Instagram or Pixlr Express. These apps are available …Read More »
20-year-old programmers build healthcare website in just three days, show the government how it is done
The Affordable Care Act has definitely rolled out to a very bumpy start over it’s faulty website, which is still shut down from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. to make improvements, according to the official site. So it comes as …Read More »
For those who hate the random auto-play feature some websites have, Chrome may have the answer you’ve been waiting for. Google announced yesterday that the new beta version of the Chrome browser will have indicators letting you know what tabs …Read More »
It probably isn’t that much of a shock to find out that when it comes to online video, both Netflix and Youtube are at the top of the game. While Amazon has tried to compete with its service, and Hulu …Read More »
Internet is what the world revolves around these days. People don’t meet their friends physically everyday, but they talk through internet every day. Computers were used for chatting and for various other purposes, but now smartphones have replaced computers in …Read More »
The City of Los Angeles is accepting proposals for free citywide WiFi. That’s right, after months of batting around the idea, LA is moving forward.
Creating a city wide network is not going to be a quick, simple project. In …Read More »
In move to maybe bring some civility towards the comments section on Youtube by, Google has made it so that you have to connect your account on Youtube to your Google+ account if you want to post a comment.
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YouTube’s brand new commenting system has just begun rolling out worldwide today, the company announced on its blog. The new system is powered by Google+ and according to YouTube, its designed to “turn comments into conversations that matter to you.” …Read More »
A group of researchers are aiming to change the fundamental architecture of the internet: computers connecting to servers. The project is called Pursuit, and the goal is a completely new architecture that’s faster, more secure and does not rely on …Read More »
Back in August, Mark Zuckerberg announced an intention to provide Internet access to two thirds of the world that lacks online access. It’s a bold plan, but Bill Gates is not too keen on the idea after he criticized the …Read More »
Yesterday at Minecon, Mojang, who developed the incredibly popular Minecraft, and Twich, announced that players will be able to now stream Minecraft while they play.
Minecraft will join a plethora of other games, such as League of Legends and Starcraft, …Read More »
If you thought that the social network giant that is Facebook knew too much about you already, then you probably won’t be happy about this latest development of Facebook looking to gather even more information about you.
Despite previous criticism …Read More »
Amazon has created a new site called AmazonSmile. AmazonSmile operates and looks exactly the same way as Amazon except when you buy an item from AmazonSmile, 0.5% of it goes to the charity of your choice.
“We’re offering customers a …Read More »
The classic BitTorrent site isoHunt was shut down earlier this month, with its owner Gary Fung having to pay $110 million dollars to copyright owners. However, it is now back under similar name of isoHunt.to, and it has been restored …Read More »
Sprint, 3rd largest mobile service provider in the USA, on Wednesday demonstrated the capability to hit 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) over-the-air speed at its lab near Silicon Valley, Calif. This is 17 times faster than the present maximum speed …Read More »
Twitter has updated the way tweets look on the web and on its iOS and Android apps to be more visual and hopefully, more engaging.
Essentially, the update means that tweets will now include previews for images and videos from …Read More »