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Japanese Government Creating Internet Fasting Camp

The Japanese government are reportedly making plans to try and curb the latest epidemic that’s sweeping through the country: internet addiction. According to reports, it is estimated that over 500,000 Japanese children aged between 12 and 18 may be seriously addicted to the internet. The cure to this rather startling problem? According to the Japanese Full Article

UK Cathedral Pulls Wi-Fi Network over Unrestricted Access

Church of England authorities at Chester Cathedral in the UK have removed the venue’s Wi-Fi network in a fluster after it was discovered that there were no restrictions placed ...Full Article

The Pirate Bay back in Swedish waters

Almost as soon as the Pirate Bay got a new domain in Guyana (.gy), the site was pulled and the domain name was suspended. According to torrent news site ...Full Article

AT&T will give gigabit service for $70 – if you let it spy on you

AT&T has recently introduced gigabit service to four Austin neighborhoods, and has offered its GigaPower fiber service for just $70 per month. Of course, there’s the T&C for this offer ...Full Article

Broadband Connections 101: Different types of connections

The internet is always in the news, and at the moment there are terms like “fiber cables” and “fixed broadband” being thrown around, often without any definition. Sure, it’s ...Full Article

China’s Internet Speeds Increase by 20%

According to a report, internet connection speeds around China have increased by up to 20% in the third quarter of this year. The connection speeds move up from 3.3 ...Full Article

NSA Tech Can Hack Wi-Fi in 8 Mile Radius

New reports on NSA privacy threats have revealed that the government organization has the ability to snoop on any targets in an 8 mile radius as long as they ...Full Article

Amsterdam Latest City to Get Free Wi-Fi

Tech startup Instabridge has already made a splash in their native Stockholm when they launched an app which allows users to find and share available Wi-Fi networks. Now the ...Full Article

In-Flight Internet Could Be Around the Corner for All

Now that electronic gadgets such as tablets and e-readers are finally allowed to be kept on at all times during air travel, could it be time for in-flight Wi-Fi ...Full Article

Google Re-takes Desktop Traffic Crown

For a while, Google was knocked off its top spot as the most highly-trafficked site on the internet for US user. Although the world’s most popular search engine temporarily ...Full Article