Google introduced smart WiFi router last month that is specifically designed to provide fast Internet connection for the users across you home. Google take cues from the increasingly popular mesh technology to design the Google Wifi. Continue reading “Google Wifi tops speed test against Eero and Luma mesh systems”
US-based accessories maker Targus has launched two new USB-C adapters — USB-C4-Port UBS Hub (ACH224AP) and Targus USB-C, USB 3.0 Hub with Gigabit Ethernet (ACH230AP). Continue reading “Targus launches two new USB Type-C hubs starting at Rs. 2999”
Google is strengthening encryption for data by rolling out the HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) across its domain. Continue reading “Google rolls out HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) for data encryption across its domain”
The Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh N Chandrababu Naidu and Cisco executive chairman John T Chambers jointly launched the AP Fibre Grid project in Visakhapatnam. The initiative is aimed at providing affordable broadband and net connectivity to all households. Under the project, internet connections would be provided at cheap rate in districts of Visakhapatnam, Srikakulam and Vizianagaram by April.
Last month, Twitter made the decision to remove the 140 word restriction when sending direct messages and it seems that they are considering building a new product that will remove the 140 character limit for tweets as well.
If you have had frustrating waiting times while searching for something on your mobile phone then Google feels your pain. Google is planning to roll out a new feature that will speed up your search experience on mobile.
Google’s web version of Play Music is finally getting the Material Design update. Now the interface seems very similar to the Play Music Android app interface.
Airtel has reportedly started 4G services trial in Chennai from today, May 14, and is said to follow trial in Mumbai and Hyderabad later this month. Continue reading “Airtel 4G trial starts in Chennai on May 14, Hyderabad and Mumbai to follow later this month”
Google’s Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology in Google Drive that turns pictures of text into computer text is now expanded to over 200 different languages. Until now, company had offered this OCR feature for English language only. Continue reading “Google Drive OCR technology now works for over 200 different languages”
You can now simply click and download a copy of your entire Web Search History to any device. Continue reading “Google now lets you download your Web Search history to any device”
India will add 300 million internet users by 2018, according to a latest report by McKinsey & Company and Facebook. The report said that country’s internet penetration rate is only 15%.
In a bid to further enhance its Internet.org initiative, Facebook has acquired mobile data startup Pryte for an undisclosed sum. Facebook’s Internet.org is a global project which aims to provide mobile internet access to users in underdeveloped parts of the world.
Google is putting its best foot forward to help small and medium business offer better internet access. The tech giant is planning to offer WiFi network hardware and software at subsidized rates to SMBs, as per a report from The Information.
As global smartphone shipments rise, estimates show that mobile internet traffic is poised to grow 10 times between 2013 to 2019. LTE users too will be consuming twice the amount of data. As LTE connectivity makes its way across price segments and reaches entry-mid range smartphones, it puts Broadcom in a unique position of being able to provide a complete package. Continue reading “Broadcom demonstrates LTE innovations, to bring fast mobile internet to the masses”
The booming of Internet in the late 90s is often referred to as the “Dot com boom” where the “dot” refers just a dot and the “com” represents a domain address. The “dot com” boom referred to the rise of Internet companies and mainly because .com was one of the most used domains in the Internet. Until now, there hasn’t been much of a fuzz about what comes after the second dot in a web address.