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What is 5G?

What is 5G?

5G networks are the next generation of mobile internet connectivity. 5G offers faster speeds and more reliable connections on smartphones and other devices. Combining cutting-edge network technology and the very latest research, 5G should offer connections that are up...

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Google Just Made Computers Sound Amazingly Human

Google Just Made Computers Sound Amazingly Human

New research into text-to-speech technology has significantly improved the ability of computers to mimic human speech patterns. Researchers at Google have found a way to dramatically improve the cadence and intonation of computer generated...

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Free Speed Test- How fast is your business internet?

Free Speed Test- How fast is your business internet?

Business decisions can only move at the speed of its data. Use Google's speed tester (opens in new window) and we'll explain the data results here. We can get your network up to speed in no time. Contact. What are Mbps? Megabits per second (Mbps) refers to data...

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Amazon Web Services Now Sells Cloud by the Second

Amazon Web Services Now Sells Cloud by the Second

Amazon Web Services (AWS) on Monday unveiled a new per-second pricing plan for EC2 instances and EBS volumes, which took effect October 2. "The new pricing for EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) and EBS (Elastic Block Storage) used with EC2 instances will allow greater...

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The most powerful undersea cable in the world is finished.

The most powerful undersea cable in the world is finished.

Microsoft, Facebook and Spanish telecommunication infrastructure giant Telxius have completed "Marea" the most technologically advanced subsea cable in the world. Began in August 2016, the cable crosses the Atlantic Ocean 17,000+ feet below the ocean's surface,...

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How Apple feels about net neutrality.

How Apple feels about net neutrality.

In a comment to the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), technology giant Apple championed for the open internet to remain the framework for any net neutrality policies. The comment is a response to FCC chairman Ajit Pai's plan to roll back net neutrality...

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3 Avoidable Mistakes that Cause Data Loss

3 Avoidable Mistakes that Cause Data Loss

We all know how important data security should be to your organization. Whether it is a global security threat, a rogue employee or a simple user error that opens the door, your company's productivity can skid to a screeching halt. Lately, these scenarios have become...

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Massive Windows Code Leak confirmed by Microsoft

Massive Windows Code Leak confirmed by Microsoft

Last Friday, a bombshell report claimed that a massive leak of the Windows source code had taken place and was now available online. That leak — claimed to be 32TB — would represent an absolutely enormous amount of Windows code, dwarfing the Windows 2000 leak that...

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Best Cloud backup solutions

Best Cloud backup solutions

How secure is your data? You know that backups are important. You may already have a local backup to protect against hardware failure. That’s a great beginning, but if you’re not storing your data offsite also, it's not really safe. Thieves, fire, and natural...

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Protecting Internet Privacy

Protecting Internet Privacy

Say good-bye to your internet privacy - not that you ever really had privacy anyway. Since the House of Representatives voted to reverse regulations preventing the sale of your web browsing history, your internet provider is free to sell your data without you opt-in...

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How To: Reduce the vulnerability of your email.

How To: Reduce the vulnerability of your email.

You can start by understanding there are dark places and dark minds out there, criminals who would hack into your internet devices and steal or corrupt your information. It’s why all email should be encrypted. But, why would anyone want your stuff? Mike G., a business...

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Stop using your computer anti-virus?

Stop using your computer anti-virus?

Republished from arstechnica. Update your software and OS regularly instead and practice skeptical computing. Former Firefox developer Robert O'Callahan says that antivirus software is terrible, AV vendors are terrible, and that you should uninstall your antivirus...

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