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One of the staple components of the Internet has always been the RSS feed. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is one of the easiest way by which a page of aggregated Internet links can be created. A web site sets up an RSS feed as one of it...
Star, the official Internet service provider (ISP) of the Democratic Peoples' Republic of Korea (DPRK), informally known as North Korea, has reported that the country had suffered a loss of global Internet connectivity last week. The outage was almos...
Because of work done by a Swedish company, Thingsquare, and its American partners, more and more devices will soon have a presence on the Internet. Any item powered by electricity will be able to connect to the Internet via the software research and ...
When President Obama signed an Executive Order (EO) on cyber-security last month, some people worried that the implementation of the EO would mean more Federal regulations developed and issued by people who knew nothing about the businesses which wou...
There have been several interesting developments recently in the applications for new generic Top-Level Domains (gTLDs) to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). Back in June 2011, the governing board of ICANN began the proc...
Microsoft had announced in February 2013 that it would no longer be possible to buy a retail copy of the latest version of their office productivity suite, Office 2013, and transfer the software from PC to PC as the need arose. The license for a reta...
The United States would lose in any coordinated cyber-attack aimed at the American military, according to a report developed by the nation's Defense Science Board (DSB) and released within the Department of Defense (DoD) in January. It was just made ...
The month of March had been mentioned here before as the next deadline for the saga of Kim Dotcom and his now-defunct Megaupload file sharing web site. And, true to its word, a New Zealand Court of Appeal issued a ruling on March 1st that marks one m...
Until recently, the Internet cloud has always had a rather vague definition. But a recent research report from the Forrester Group and the issuance of cloud guidelines by the National Institute for Standards in Technology (NIST), a non-regulatory Fed...
It's been a rough weekend for big business in the realm of computers. The computer systems of the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg LP have all been recovering from persistent infiltration attacks. Oracle is trying to catch up on ...