The grandiose idea that an internet service provider can take your privacy offline and sell it to advertisers is a dangerous one.The Federal Court has confirmed that that is a very real threat to privacy and the freedom of speech.A case that has been going on since 2010 has brought a flood of privacy concerns […]Read More
Comcast internet, which is owned by Verizon, is suffering a nationwide outage affecting more than a dozen million homes.Verizon is also experiencing a major outage.The company said it expects to have all of its customers back up and running within 48 hours.Verizon’s outage was the worst of any US company so far this year, according […]Read More
Google has just unveiled its new GoogleTime, an Internet-enabled phone and tablet that it says can help people better manage their time.It has the same software as Google’s own Time Machine app, which was originally developed for smartphones, but is more powerful, easier to use, and features a Google+ integration.Time Machine is also a subscription […]Read More
Verizon is launching a new internet box with a feature that lets you cancel your monthly bill.The company’s website says the box will be available to consumers starting April 5.The box, called the Verizon Ultra-low-income Internet Box, will be sold through Verizon’s online marketplace, but you can also purchase it directly from Verizon at $69.95.The […]Read More
The US government will release a new version of its open internet rules next week that will require Internet service providers to treat Internet users equally, but the biggest Internet service provider is not expected to be included in the new guidelines.In a press release Friday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said it has asked […]Read More
This article is a guest post by Tom Jernstedt.Tom is an independent developer, and the owner of the website CryptoPenguin.com.Tom has been writing about cryptocurrencies for over five years and is the co-author of several books including The Crypto Currency Revolution: The Emerging Bitcoin Industry, The Crypto Coin Revolution: What’s Next?, The Crypto Bitcoin Revolution: […]Read More
When you go to the grocery store, do you think they’re using your personal information to sell you stuff?
The grocery store might be your one stop shop for everything from canned goods to frozen foods, but it doesn’t really look like it.You can still use the cash register and pay with your mobile phone or tablet.But there are a few new restrictions that you might want to be aware of. 1.What are the […]Read More