Don’t leave your wallet on that table… or your smartphone….
Archive for 2010/08/20
Demand for tablets like the iPad has reached the point where it’s more popular than just about all other categories of device, Forrester discovered discovered in a research note put out late Thursday.
In a total of 46 searches, authorities confiscated 14 computers, 118 hard discs and 911 DVDs containing thousands of child porn materials.
Telstra and Optus will impose a filter on child pornography and abuse websites for all internet subscribers from halfway through 2011. Primus Telecom, however, remains non-committal to its implementation.
The filter will apply to the 450 child abuse websites identified by the Classification Board in a list maintained by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA). The filter will not apply to all refused classification (RC) material, as originally intended under the Labor party’s filter proposal.
The solutions from Level 3 will help Nexon America support the fast growing massive multiplayer online games business
Asia’s telecommunication operators lag behind their European and American counterparts in understanding how subscribers are consuming data, and this is hindering them from better coping with increasing data flowing through their broadband networks, an executive noted.
following criticism it has been caught off-guard by emerging privacy threats
To maximize the utilization and the life-time of the network, these universities share a common need to accurately manage and control their network traffic. From academic research to leisure traffic, these and other university networks around the world act as service providers that support multiple applications and users.
“These are not the same moguls of the past who had deep emotional commitments to the old ways,” he says adding, “they are in tune with what’s going on and are consumers themselves.”
Doubling Street View opt-out term
They want the FCC to start targeting people who steal copies via the Internet.
You know that potential employers check your Facebook profile, right? Here’s the absolute worst-case scenario if that were to happen.
According to a XipLink white paper, “these technologies deliver a superior DSL-like user experience while making more efficient and effective use of available bandwidth.”
Looking to give music fans a new way to discover and share original music from some of the best rising artists
The Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG) is the answer to all kinds of messaging abuses on existing networks and new emerging services. The San Francisco based MAAWG is an open forum, which runs on the support from major network operators and messaging providers. MAAGW provides the ideal platform for world’s messaging experts to unite and work to curb spam and online abuse from around the world, from all aspects of the industry, and on all types of devices. World’s premier networking platform Facebook and Global telecom service provider, Tata Communications have recently joined MAAWG to show their commitment to consumer protection.
the market is characterized by lower priced purchases at a higher volume
Multi-screen video is an end-to-end media retail offering designed to extend fixed TV services to any connected device, including smartphones, tablets, netbooks and PCs.
The move is just the latest indication of how hot the e-commerce space has become.
Verizon Foundation has teamed up with Mayor Thomas M. Menino and the Boston Public Schools to create awareness among the students about proper computer usage in the city’s schools.
Arqiva’s largely free UK broadband internet TV and video-on-demand website, SeeSaw, has signed a major new multi-year licensing agreement with NBC Universal that will bring popular USA programmes (e.g. “Heroes“, “House“, “Battlestar Galactica“, “The Office” and “30 Rock“) to the service. Existing partners include the BBC, Channel 4, Channel FIVE, MTV and Disney.
“The defendant must have the intent to use the illicit recording to commit a tort of crime beyond the act of recording itself.”