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Which Companies Rule the Internet?

This chart compiled by Mashable shows the 10 companies with the most frequently visited websites on the internet in July 2013. There are very few surprises here. Unsurprisingly out in the front of the pack is internet search giant Google, which aside from the eponymous search engine, also owns popular video site YouTube, as well Full Article

Google launches “Helping women get online” campaign in India

With the focus on “internet for all” that seems to be spread throughout the technological world at the moment, Google has launched a new website aimed at India – ...Full Article

Wi-Fi Sharing Service Fon Arrives in US

Over 12 million people around the world are already signed up to Wi-Fi hotspot network Fon, but the connection-sharing company now has its sights set on America as its ...Full Article

AT&T Pushes to Expand Broadband to 57 Million Locations

Ambitious telecommunications company AT&T has announced that it hopes to expand its U-verse broadband network up to 57 million locations by 2015. Considering the network now hosts 10 million ...Full Article

No plans for Google Fiber in New York City

Google has had to come out and deny that a recent Fiber-related job posting based in New York City meant the service would be introduced there too. “Don’t read ...Full Article

Verizon to Publish Report on Government Data Requests

This week, internet service provider Verizon announced that it would be disclosing the number of requests it received to reveal customer data. The biannual report would detail law enforcement ...Full Article

Travelers Name Free Wi-Fi Top Hotel Amenity

A survey by popular travel website TripAdvisor has revealed that the number one amenity that today’s traveler looks for in a hotel is actually a free in-room Wi-Fi connection. ...Full Article

US Download Speeds Can’t Compare to Foreign Competitors

The US was one of the first countries where the internet was used, and has pioneered technology and connectivity ever since, so it may be surprising to learn that ...Full Article

UK Homes May Only Need 19Mbps Connection by 2023

According to the surprising results of a new survey, the average household in the UK may only need a 19Mbps broadband connection to efficiently access the internet in 2023. ...Full Article

Yahoo Aims to save Bandwidth with Speedy Startup Purchase

Yahoo’s been going on a little shopping-spree lately and one of their latest acquisitions is content-speeding startup company PeerCDN. The interest in PeerCDN on Yahoo’s part means that the ...Full Article