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LiFi Internet Could Be Ten times Faster than Wi-Fi

One of the most intriguing new technologies showcased at CES 2014 in Las Vegas was undoubtedly LiFi- the data transfer method which could completely revolutionize the way we use the internet. Instead of transmitting data via radio waves, as Wi-Fi does, LiFi relies on light to communicate data across a network. At Las Vegas’ CES Full Article

Netflix debuts 4K streaming

Netflix has started streaming season 2 of House of Cards in 4K HD, as well as some documentaries. Users had already noted that scenes in the hit show had ...Full Article

Malicious Wi-Fi Chips Found in Chinese Appliances

Is your new toaster giving you malware? Probably not- but this is what’s being reported in Russia after malware-spreading Wi-Fi microchips were discovered inside common household appliances from China. ...Full Article

PayPal to start speeding up deliveries from China through new deal

Traditionally deliveries from China take longer than standard and often render a number of problems. PayPal has taken notice of this, and has embarked on a new deal with ...Full Article

T-Mobile Offers Free Facebook Connection to Prepaid Users

Facebook is absolutely everywhere these days, with well over 1 billion active users taking advantage of the social media site, and with the rise of internet-enabled mobile devices, it’s ...Full Article

Wi-Fi Passport Goes Live in Indonesia

A new service rolled out by Google in Jakarta, Indonesia is aimed at providing affordable Wi-Fi internet to Android users. The service- called Wi-Fi Passport- will allow users to ...Full Article

US mobile traffic doubles in 2013

Mobile internet traffic in the US has just about doubled, according to a new report. Over the course of the past year, US consumers used an average of 1.2 ...Full Article

Google’s Hometown Wi-Fi Failing

In 2006, with a fair deal of excitement, Google launched a scheme which would bring citywide free Wi-Fi internet to its hometown of Mountain View, California. Seven years after ...Full Article

Internet users warned to change passwords in wake of “Heartbleed” bug

A number of popular websites have issued a warning to their users to change their passwords ASAP, after the discovery of a major bug known as “Heartbleed.” The bug, ...Full Article

Wireless Carriers Reject Stolen Phone Kill Switch

  South Korean company Samsung Electronics, the world’s number one smartphone manufacturer, has proposed the installation of an anti-theft measure which would allow lost or stolen phones to be ...Full Article