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Time Warner & Verizon to test TV on the Web

Two major providers of pay-TV in USA, namely, Verizon Communications, Inc., and Time Warner Cable Inc have planned to test their systems designed to offer television shows on the web to paid subscribers. This is being seen as a move to protect their revenue earned from subscriptions. The two organizations announced their plans separately on Full Article

New Renault Cars to Have High Speed Internet Connections

French car manufacturer Renault has teamed up with telecom company Orange to build high-speed internet connections into its future range of cars. Tests are already underway on the Renault ...Full Article

Facebook looking to launch mobile ad network

Facebook is reportedly planning to introduce a mobile ad network at its F8 conference at the end of the month. This should come as no surprise after Facebook started ...Full Article

Pirate Bay working on new “anti-censorship” browser

The Pirate Bay has announced a new way to delude copyright agencies, which would mean using some very particular software to make its site accessible only to a certain ...Full Article

Technology Tycoons Sink $9 Million into School Broadband Project

Say what you like about the effects of connectivity on the population, but one this is certain; the internet has done a lot to bridge gaps between people. It’s ...Full Article

Netherlands has Fastest Broadband According to Netflix

Although video site Netflix has only become available in the Netherlands over the last few months, the company has crowned the small European country as reigning king of streaming ...Full Article

Two-Thirds of US Smartphone Market Owned by Apple and Samsung

If you’re American and you own a smartphone, there is a 68% chance that your handset was manufactured by either Apple or Samsung. The two dueling phone manufacturers are ...Full Article

NSA spied on ‘World of Warcraft’ and other online games

According to documents dating back to 2008 leaked by Edward Snowden, American and British intelligence agencies were using online games like World of Warcraft and Second Life to spy on users. ...Full Article

Internet Ad Sales Reach $10.7 Billion

During the last quarter of 2013, advertisers spent a whopping total of $10.69 billion on internet-based marketing and advertising. This impressive spending breaks the all-time record for advertising expenditure, ...Full Article

Facebook posing new threat to wireless carriers

Though the seemingly random $2 billion acquisition of Oculus VR clouded Facebook’s previous (and almost equally mysterious) purchase of messaging app WhatsApp, some interesting details are emerging. In Europe, ...Full Article
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