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Ntel 4G LTE Data Plans, Prices, Supported Devices & Number Reservation

Ntel 4G LTE Data Plans, Prices, Supported Devices & Number Reservation Ntel 4G LTE Mobile network is the latest in town and i am very sure that it only few people that have got the opportunaity to know about this supersonic network . We are going...
by Nigerian Info Box on Sep 1, 2016

www.eskimi.com | Eskimi Download ,Create ,Sign Up & Eskimi Registration

Eskimi Registration Download & Sign up @ www.Eskimi.com , Learn How to  Create New Eskimi Account and Login Into Your Eskimi account after your Sign Up process . Today we want to discuss a very simple and straight forward topic , the title of th...
by Nigerian Info Box on Aug 26, 2016

www.waptrick.com Android Games – Waptrick Music, Download Videos, Wallpapers

www.waptrick.com is the official portal of Waptrick Download , Waptrick Music, Games ,Videos Mp3 Download, Android Games, Wallpapers & Videos Downloads . All this goodies can be gotten from one website that is called  Waptrick and it’s url...
by Nigerian Info Box on Aug 16, 2016

How did Google become the internet’s censor and master manipulator, blocking access to millions of websites?

US News Google, Inc., isn't just the world's biggest purveyor of information; it is also the world's biggest censor.The company maintains at least nine different blacklists that impact our lives, generally without input or authority from any ou...
by INFRAKSHUN on Jun 23, 2016

Evolving Technology

Speaking of prediction, after yesterday’s post my wife sent me a BBC story entitled “The Machine Stops: Did EM Forester predict the internet age?”. Although the story by Chris Long is classified as Entertainment and Arts, the issues raised are...

Evolving Technology

Speaking of prediction, after yesterday’s post my wife sent me a BBC story entitled “The Machine Stops: Did EM Forester predict the internet age?”. Although the story by Chris Long is classified as Entertainment and Arts, the issues raised are...

Publishers 'feeding on scraps from Facebook', says Bloomberg Media boss

Justin Smith says social network makes far more money from ads in its news feed than news organisations do from linked trafficNewspapers, magazines and other publishers are “feeding on the scraps” of Facebook’s multibillion-dollar ad business d...
by Jurnal Hidup | Journal of Life on Apr 29, 2016

Evolution of Computers and Internet Technology

Where Aren't There Computers These Days? In 1949, Popular Mechanics once predicted that computers in the future will weigh no more than 1.5 tons. Computers have evolved beyond their predictions... [ Continue reading full article at TechGlobeX.ne...

BPUT, B.Tech 5th Semester, INTERNET TECHNOLOGY AND ENTERPRISE JAVA, 2010 Question Paper

University: Biju Patnaik University of Technology BPUT Fifth Semester Java Question Paper Year: 2010 Fifth Semester Examination Subject: INTERNET TECHNOLOGY AND ENTERPRISE JAVA Time:3 Hous Max Marks:70 Answer question No. 1 which is compulsory and an...
by University Question Papers on Feb 23, 2016

Why Stephen Fry left Twitter, and what could be next

Stephen Fry wrote a witty blog post (he is the Stephen Fry, after all) on why he left Twitter. I won’t quote the whole thing, as it’s his copyright, but I will excerpt a chunk here: … let us grieve at what twitter has become. A stalking...
by Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on Feb 16, 2016

Google Fiber Internet Reviews

Google Fiber Internet Reviews – Google announced Tuesday they could be exploring Los Angeles and Chicago as potential markets for for Google Fiber high-speed Internet service. This follows AT&T announcing Monday that they were bringing Giga...
by Androidsmarttech Blog on Feb 1, 2016

If Facebook says you have malware, do not download their program—here’s a way around it

An interesting weekend on Facebook. Despite regaining access, I’m not allowed to post links (with the accusation that my computer is infected—see above), and after considerable research, I know this to be completely untrue. The Facebook malware a...
by Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on Jan 3, 2016

Capricious Cortana

I have never seen a program as inconsistent as Microsoft’s Cortana.    We were always taught that computers were very logical, that they all followed a certain set of code each time.    Not so Cortana, which has had more dif...
by Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on Nov 23, 2015

Why You Need 4G

It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there. If you want to survive you have to move quickly and swiftly. Also, you have to keep your cool at all times. I remember I was checking stock quotes while travelling in the train one day. I noticed that the price o...
by Winter all the Time on Nov 12, 2015

VPN Connections Could be Vulnerable to Attack

VPN’s are designed to keep data safe by using higher levels of encryption. However, there have been reports that there may be certain types of attacks that could still get through. Cloak is one of these VPN companies which has native iOS and OS X a...
by Computer and Technology Blog on Jul 31, 2015

US Researchers Find A Way to Make Internet Access Cheaper, Faster

Recently, US researchers have found a way to increase the speed of internet (data traveling) over a fiber optic network. It is expected that this technology will adopted commercial to provide cheaper... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by Mono-live on Jul 11, 2015

The Emergence of Internet of Things as an Unlimited Power

Original Article by TechSling Weblog:  The (IoT) Internet of Things is the latest hot topic of discussion everywhere you go. In simple terms it is the inter-networking between devices and objects which we use every day.These devices or objects r...
by TechSling on Jun 30, 2015

More UK people using internet

More people are using the Internet in the UK- according to official statistics. In the first quarter (Jan to Mar) 2015, 86% of adults (44.7 million) in the UK had used the internet in the last 3 months (recent users), an increase of 1 percentage poin...
by Search Clinic on Jun 1, 2015

Why Facebook’s errors might be increasing

Now that I’ve figured out that Facebook only works on alternate days (or at least evenings, since it gave up the ghost again for the early afternoon), I’m back into my usual swing of things. It’s not so much that I spend that much time on socia...
by Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on May 30, 2015

Remember when you could post, comment and like on Facebook? Those were the days

Let’s see: Facebook doesn’t work on Wednesdays and Fridays. Check. Thursdays are OK though.    It’s another one of those days where the Facebook bug that began on Wednesday (though, really, it’s been going on for years—including t...
by Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on May 29, 2015


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