Net Neutrality: FCC launches OpenInternet.gov

Net Neutrality: FCC launches OpenInternet.gov US based web users and entrepreneurs have some good news from the Federal Communications Commission. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski delivered a speech which could very well become historic in nature. He announced the establishment of OpenInternet.gov website with the concept of network neutrality. He said that the aim [...]

Google not sure about News Corporation new policy with online news

Google not sure about News Corporate new policy with online news News Corporation has announced that they are going to start charging for all of their news services. This would include access to their services through mobile applications offered on the Blackberry and Apple iPhone platforms. The company is going to make these services paid [...]

802.11n Wi-Fi standard finally approved by IEEE

802.11n Wi-Fi standard finally approved by IEEE IEEE has finally given its approval to the 802.11n wireless LAN standard. An official announcement is to arrive in the coming days. Industry reports say that the body has given its approval to both 802.11n and 802.11w. Bruce Kraemer, chairman of the 802.11n Task Group has been quoted [...]

PayPal goes down for almost an hour!

PayPal goes down for almost an hour! Wall Street Journal has reported that eBay owned online payment service PayPal went down for around an hour on Monday. The report said that the problems started at around 10:30 AM Pacific Time. Most customers had regained access to the services in around four hours. PayPal is one [...]

AT&T blocked access to 4chan

AT&T blocked access to 4chan US based internet service provider AT&T had recently announced that they were blocking access to the popular online destination 4chan.org. The company said that this blockage is not a form of censorship as it has been claimed in the media. Instead, they had to block access to the service because [...]

PayPal Adaptive Payments System Announced

PayPal opens up to third party developers eBay owned financial service PayPal has announced their Adaptive Payments System which enables third party developers to use their APIs to create new tools and services. PayPal announced this at the Platform Preview Event in San Jose, California. The company said: “PayPal will be the first and only [...]

Steven Madden suing eBay for fake merchandise sale

Steven Madden suing eBay for fake merchandise sale Steven Madden has announced that they are launching a lawsuit against online auction website eBay. Steven Madden claims that eBay allows their members to sell fake watches on their store. This latest lawsuit has been filed in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan. The lawsuit accuses eBay [...]

Sprint 4G coming to Las Vegas next month

Sprint 4G coming to Las Vegas next month Sprint Nextel has announced that they would start offering their next generation 4G services in Las Vegas. Vegas citizens would be the first in the country to experience the 4G services from Sprint. Sprint is promising speeds of more than 10Mbps and an average of 3 to [...]

Michael Jackson death: Twitter once again dominates MSM

Michael Jackson death: Twitter once again dominates MSM Mainstream media once again lost out to social networking services like Twitter and Facebook to spread the news about the dead of Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson is one of the most loved musicians in the world and it was pretty visible on Twitter streams. As soon as [...]

US government launches Serve.gov

US government launches Serve.gov Barack Obama and Michelle Obama have together launch a new online destination at Serve.gov to enable US citizens to search for community services in their locality. It also enables the web users to start their own and invite others. Serve.gov website states: The President has said that the challenges America faces [...]

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