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Bill Gates No Fan of Zuckerberg’s Global Internet Plan

It’s been a few months since Mark Zuckerberg announced his plan to bring internet access to the developing world, and it seems that not everyone is as enthused by the idea as he is. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates had some less than glowing words for the Facebook CEO’s plans when he was interviewed by CNBC Full Article

China Upgrades to 4G LTE Mobile Internet

As of December 18th, mobile data users in China will be able to connect to the internet faster than ever thanks to the new 4G LTE network provided by ...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

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

Network of Mini-Satellites Could Provide Global Wi-Fi Coverage

Although most places in the developed world host enough Wi-Fi networks and mobile data coverage to keep technophiles happy, there are still plenty of places where internet access is ...Full Article

Sprint Promises Enhanced Cellular Internet Speed

  Coming back from a poor quarter, Sprint have just introduced Sprint Spark, an ultra-fast LTE service aimed at delivering unprecedented cellular internet speed to smartphone users. The company’s ...Full Article

Is Google Fiber Coming Soon to a City Near You?

Super high-speed internet services like Google Fiber could mean the end of slow downloads and endlessly buffering YouTube videos. Until recently, gigabit internet services have been limited, but Google’s ...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