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Google removes privacy feature from Android

Google has disabled a privacy feature in Android that gave users the ability to block the apps they use from collecting personal information about them. This means that anyone using Android 4.4.2 must give access to their personal information so as to be able to use certain apps. This move, as well as Google’s claim Full Article

Researchers Work to Make Mobile Internet Faster

A team of researchers have been granted $1.08 million by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to continue their studies on how to increase internet speed on mobile devices. Communication ...Full Article

Turkey Prepares to Enact New Internet Censorship Law

A new bill passed in Turkey on Wednesday night could give the country’s governing powers the right to completely block access to any internet site they choose. Turkey’s official ...Full Article

Facebook giving free Wi-Fi in exchange for check-ins

A new partnership between Facebook and Cisco means that Wi-Fi in the restaurants or shops you visit could become more widely available – after you check-in your location to ...Full Article

AT&T working on file-sharing blocker

Another blow has been dealt to the internet’s filesharing community with AT&T’s latest creation. Its new technology can detect, block and ban file-sharers on a network, according to the ...Full Article

Tech Companies Pour $750 Million into Bridging the Digital Divide

A number of huge technology companies have banded together to help bridge the digital divide by providing $750 million worth  of products and services to help schools get connected. ...Full Article

UK Data Demand May Overflow Networks by 2020

So high is the demand for data from cellular and Wi-Fi providers in the UK that a new report has outlined the possibility that networks in Britain will be ...Full Article

Unlimited Cloud Storage for Sprint Subscribers

Subscribers to Sprint’s wireless network can now benefit from unlimited cloud storage space from Pogoplug as a part of its unlimited services package. To start off with, Sprint customers ...Full Article

Bloomberg Reveals Wi-Fi Plans for Harlem

New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg has revealed himself in the past to be a strong supporter for the spread of free internet connectivity and technology, helping the spread ...Full Article

Car-to-Car Wireless Communication Could Soon Be Mandatory

A new law may soon make wireless communication between cars a mandatory feature in many vehicles. Technology which allows cars to communicate whilst on the roads has been shown ...Full Article