Category Archives: Internet

09Jul/15

Docomo and GE to team up on IoT solutions

Japan (Next Media) – Japan’s NTT DoCoMo and GE Energy Japan announced on Wednesday they plan to form a business alliance to provide an Internet of Things solution for infrastructure management.
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03Jul/15

Facebook to use lasers, satellites and drones to bring Internet to developing countries

USA (Next Media) – Mark Zuckerberg announced on Wednesday that Facebook is considering using lasers on drones and satellites to connect the next billion people to the internet.
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02Jul/15

Cuba opens WI-FI hotspots across country

Cubans surf the web at new WI-FI hotspots throughout the island.

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17Jun/15

Mobli Iaunches EyeIn – the first visual search Engine for user generated content

Mobli Introduces a New Kind of Search with the Launch of EyeIn – the 1st Visual Search Engine for User Generated Content
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15Jun/15

Latest U.S. hacking targets millions’ personal data

(REUTERS) – If you work in Washington and had an affair or smoked a joint, you might be exposed.

The Associated Press is reporting on a new hack attack on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
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30Apr/15

Humanoid robot unveiled at internet conference in Beijing

“Yangyang”, a humanoid robot with a variety of realistic expressions, goes on display at an internet conference in Beijing

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26Apr/15

Free home heating offered by e-Radiators

DELFT AND NIEUWPOORT, THE NETHERLANDS (REUTERS / NERDALIZE AND ENECO) – The e-Radiator offers free energy to householders….and there’s no catch, insist its designers.

It’s a dual function computer server installed in family homes.

Computing firms get free storage for their server, instead of having to use large data centres….while the heat generated from number crunching can warm a room.
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15Apr/15

Entrepreneur creates website to help Chinese avoid “strange” English names

Entrepreneur creates website to help Chinese learners of the English language steer clear of English names that might sound strange.

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