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Russian Government Begins To Selectively Censor Their Internet

04/01/2013, We’ve heard of countries such as China who are heavily censoring the internet, and it seems that Russia has joined in as well. According to a report by The New York Times, the Russian government has recently begun enforcing a new law which was...

Chinese Gamer Spends Six Years At Internet Cafe

03/29/2013, We’ve published a number of stories of gamers around the world who had their lives cut too short after spending way too many hours at local Internet cafes. But you rarely hear similar stories of gamers practically living at an Internet cafe for...

Internet Slows Down After History’s Biggest Cyber Attack

03/27/2013, Is it possible to experience a “traffic jam” on the anecdotal information superhighway? The simple answer, yes! I noticed it around 9 hours ago, but did not give too much thought into it, thinking that my local ISP’s underwater cable somewhere is...

Internet Pioneers Pick $1.5 Million Prize

03/19/2013, The only reason you can read this on your computer or mobile device is because of the Internet, where five engineers were the ones behind the Internet. Good to know that after all of these years, these engineers were given additional recognition, where...

Woman Allows Internet To Name Her Baby For $5,000

02/28/2013, Before a child is born, parents have a tough decision coming up with a name for their upcoming bundle of joy. Thousands of questions pop into their heads as they try to ultimately pick a name that would fit their child, who they have yet to meet....

Europe Spends 3.5M Euros To Fight Network Latency

02/14/2013, When it comes to networking, a lot of people focus on the bandwidth side of the issue, but latency is sometime a much bigger problem (especially on wireless networks). Network latency is that the that it takes an information packet to go from one computer...

Cuba Confirms Underwater Fiber-Optic Cable To Venezuela Is Active

01/25/2013, A report by Internet analysis firm Renesys was released earlier this week where they believe Cuba activated an undersea fiber-optic cable the week prior, bringing broadband speeds to the country. The undersea fiber-optic cable has officially been...

Cable Providers Looking To Raise Rates For Heavy-Internet Users

01/04/2013, We think it’s safe to assume our readers are fans of the Internet and all of its glorious uses like reading up on the latest news in tech, streaming music and movies and chatting it up with your friends through Skype. But as we’re enjoying all...

China Legalizes Deletion Of “Illegal” Posts Or Pages

12/28/2012, A couple of days ago it was reported that China was seeking to further tighten their control over the internet by having users register for internet access by using their real name. Now in a newly announced law, it seems that China has now legalized the...

New York Police Department Looks To The Internet For Answers

12/21/2012, It is better to try to keep a bad thing from happening than to fix the bad thing once it has happened. The New York Police Department is on a quest to figure out ways to identify potential “deranged” gunmen on the Internet, in an effort to avoid...

Time Warner Cable Boosts Standard Internet Speeds By 50% For Free

12/21/2012, Time Warner Cable may not be the cream of the crop in terms of watching Netflix on, but the company has announced it will be boosting its download speeds to its Standard Internet customers by 50% at no additional cost. The boost will take Time Warner...

Porn site gets more than 4 billion hits a month

04/09/2012, If you want to make money on the Internet, it only makes sense that you run a porn site, although getting material for your site could prove to be quite the challenge unless you have enough capital in the first place. It seems that 30% of all web traffic...