The promise of 4G is almost never a reality. The network itself is absolutely capable of performing 10 times faster than 3G networks. That part is true. But Web performance isn’t that simple. There is a huge delta between pure science in a lab and the real world. The cellular network, or your ISP’s local… Read More 3G Vs 4G
Instamory for iPad now Free for a limited time – Published on 02/06/12 Sponge Forge has announced that Instamory 1.1 is for Free for a limited time. Featured in “New on Newsworthy” on the Apple App Store in more than 100 countries, Instamory is a beautifully designed iPad version of the classic concentration game in… Read More Instamory for iPad now Free for a limited time
‘This American Life’ Retracts Show on Foxconn Working Conditions over Fabricated Claims, AT&T drops plans to Appeal, Defiant Lightsquared says FCC Action would violate rights, HTC starts rolling out 4.0 updates, Obama’s 2012 is watching you, July 12 ISP’s become copyright police
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It has come to light that the National Intelligence Service has been using a technique known as “packet tapping” to spy on emails sent and received using Gmail, Google’s email service. This is expected to have a significant impact, as it proves that not even Gmail, previously a popular “cyber safe haven” because of its… Read More NIS Admits to packet tapping?