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Linux worm targeting Internet-equipped devices

A new Linux worm targeting Linux computers can develop variants that can infect devices such as home routers, according to researchers. Symantec claims that the new worm, named Linux.Darlloz, “generates IP addresses randomly, accesses a specific path on the machine with a well-known ID and passwords, and sends HTTP POST requests, which exploit the vulnerability.” Full Article

Beyond the Four Walls Builds Internet Cafes in Nepal

In the landlocked Himalayan country of Nepal, it is estimated that only 1 in every 10 people has access to the internet; entrepreneur and filmmaker Stefan Wolf has founded ...Full Article

AT&T Offer $5 per day Internet for Tablets

Mobile internet users now have access to data on a short-term basis with AT&T, who will allow tablet users to purchase daily connection bundles starting from $5 a day. ...Full Article

Internet Speed on the Rise around the World

Traffic optimization specialists Akamai have released the latest installment of their State of the Internet report, and the good news is that internet speeds are moving up all over. ...Full Article

The Internet Speed Race is on in Austin

Lucky internet users in Austin already have the chance to subscribe to Google’s upcoming gigabit internet service, Fiber, which will connect various neighborhoods throughout the city. As if that ...Full Article

Imgur accidentally blocked by UK ISP

With the recent global crackdown on file-sharing, news like this comes as less and less of a surprise these days. Last weekend, file-hosting website Imgur disappeared off the web for millions ...Full Article

Australian report reveals growing demand for superfast mobile broadband

The results of an Australian report have shown that there is a growing demand for faster mobile broadband throughout the country, something which the government’s National Broadband Network policy ...Full Article

JetBlue Launching Fly-Fi Satellite Internet

Airline JetBlue is in the final phases of preparation before the launch of their new Fly-Fi in-flight internet connection service, capable of keeping you logged on above 10,000 feet. ...Full Article

Japan spending the most on mobile apps globally

Japan has beaten the States by 10% in overall app-spending, according to a new report. Per capita, the Japanese are spending 2.5 times as much on apps as Americans ...Full Article

African Mobile Penetration Tops 80%

The latest report on the growth of African telecommunications has revealed that cell phone penetration reached 80% in the first quarter of 2013 and continued to grow all year. ...Full Article