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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 this generous offer, it seems Google’s network just cannot keep up with demands, leaving the city to fill in the gaps. By all reports, Google’s hometown 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

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 ...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

Cable Internet Speeds May Climb to 10Gbps

A brand new advancement in broadband technology may soon be responsible for introducing internet speeds of up to 10Gbps to consumers around the world. A non-profit research and development ...Full Article