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Best WiFi hotspot devices

<i>EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is no longer in date. For a more relevant, updated take — head here.</i><p>While having all your devices connected directly to a data plan is convenient, it’s not always feasible or cost effective. Our days revolve around computers, tablets, wearables, MP3 players and more. If …

Tru Optik aims to improve ad measurement for Internet-connected TVs

Andre Swanston, CEO of Tru Optik, argued that there’s been one big obstacle to advertising on Internet-connected TVs — measurement.<p>Naturally, Swanston is pitching Tru Optik’s technology as the solution. The company started out by measuring how video content gets shared through peer-to-peer file …

Internet of Things

Android From Scratch: Building Your First Android Application

What You'll Be CreatingAfter taking a look at the current state of Android development and how to set up your development environment, in this …

Millennial Consumers Aren't Who You Think They Are

Even if you don’t quite get them yet, there’s much about the high school class of 2015 that should make you optimistic.<p>Millennials continue to confound many marketers — to the point that they’ve attained an almost mythical stature in our industry. To some CMOs I talk to, that generation of 18- to …

Demographics

2016: The Year We Claim Our Privacy Back

You lost your rights to privacy years ago, get over it.<p>The day you created your first email address, or posted that first picture to Instagram, or created your Facebook profile, or bought that first item on Amazon, that was it. Hasta La Vista, data. As consumers, we surrender so much willingly and …

‘We Need to Limit Free’: Major Labels Begin to Question Spotify Model

Taylor Swift’s criticism of Spotify last fall as a “grand experiment” has helped prompt major record labels to question the entire “freemium” …

Music

Google starts testing new ad-targeting service for Fiber TV in Kansas City

In a press release published earlier today, Google announced that it’s now testing local ads with mobile-like ad-targeting for its Fiber TV service …

Kansas City

Spotify must change its free music service, says Universal records

First it was Taylor Swift, now the music label giant Universal is joining the chorus of those who fear Spotify's free music service is damaging the industry<p>A major new row has broken out over the Spotify music streaming service which some musicians accuse of devaluing their product by allowing …

Google Fiber is working on a game-changing way to measure TV ad views

Google will be rolling out a system that allows advertisers to see exactly how many views their TV ads are getting from Fiber users in Kansas City, one of the first places to get its blazing fast internet and TV service.<p>With the current status quo, advertisers rely on viewership numbers from …

Why doesn't Verizon make their "supercookie" an opt-in program?

Huffington Post<p>For months, both the public and Congressional leaders have questioned Verizon Wireless over their data collection methods. Verizon has especially been taking heat for altering customer’s traffic and inserting unique identifiers that users could not control through a so-called …

EU net neutrality law, almost a done deal, may face restart

Back in April, the European Parliament approved a tranche of telecommunications reforms that would bring in net neutrality and eliminate …

Take back your log-in: It’s time to move away from Facebook Connect and toward OpenID

If you are creating a new website or mobile app, one of the things you need to worry about most is user login.<p>User login is thorny. Make it too hard, …

4Chan Managed To Troll iPhone Users Once Again With The Introduction Of ‘Wave’

The fine folks over at 4Chan had a great time trolling iPhone users upon the release of IOS 7, convincing people that the new update would make their phone waterproof. It worked so well that folks thought they’d try it again with the release of IOS 8, only raising stakes a bit this time …

Obama goes against the FCC on net neutrality

President Barack Obama put forth a more assertive stance on the issue of net neutrality on Tuesday, as he addressed African leaders at a summit in …

Bold Obama Stand Shakes Up Net Neutrality Debate

President Barack Obama edged up to questioning the Federal Communications Commission's newly proposed net neutrality rules, a heavily criticized plan that would favor Internet content providers that can afford to pay more for faster delivery of their services.<p>Obama campaigned heavily on net …

This Is Microsoft's Very First Web Page ... Back In 1994

Twenty years ago in 1994, the modern World Wide Web was born. That was the year the first Netscape browser was officially released (Mosaic Netscape 0.9), the year that Tim Berners-Lee founded the World Wide Web Consortium (known as W3C), and the year Yahoo was founded, according to the Computer …

Netflix And AT&T Sign Peering Agreement

Netflix has signed a peering agreement with AT&T that will see the video streaming service pay the ISP for direct connection to its network.<p>Previously, Netflix signed similar agreements with Comcast and Verizon.<p>Interconnection agreements do not deal with how content moves across the network of an …

Cable Companies: Google Threatens Net Neutrality, Not Us

The real threat to on­line free­dom is from In­ter­net gi­ants like Google and Net­flix, ac­cord­ing to ma­jor cable com­pan­ies.<p>Those sites could …

Watch Jimmy Kimmel Trick People Into Thinking a $20 Casio Is the iWatch

Apple's iWatch is a wonderful amazing revolutionary product that does not exist. But it feels like it's just around the corner, doesn't it? Like it's …

Internet usage on airplanes continue to flounder

Although internet usage on airplanes has increased the last few years, the market has yet to substantially grow due to the lack of availability, slow speeds and heavy costs to the consumer.<p>A study by DePaul University found that 35.9% of airline passengers used mobile technology during the …

Level 3 calls for net neutrality rules to extend to all ISP activities

Even if advocates for net neutrality win the battle at the FCC over “no discrimination” rules, they could still lose the war if ISPs subvert the …

Sony's first 'curved sensor' photo may herald better images, cheaper lenses

We've seen plenty of curved screens, but Sony has just revealed the first picture taken with a curved image sensor that may one day bring cheaper, smaller lenses and higher photo quality. Regular, flat camera sensors have a rather large problem called "Petzval field curvature." That occurs when …

New Wi-Fi standard is coming. 802.11ax could reach 10Gbps

When you download an app, browse the Internet, read your email or watch a YouTube video on your smartphone you are invariably using some form of wireless technology. On cellular networks that means technologies like 3G and 4G LTE. When you are at home or at work you are probably using Wi-Fi. …

Comcast Just Spent Millions To Connect Everything In Your Home To The Internet

Launched in 2008 as a spinoff from Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), PowerCloud Systems specializes in WiFi management systems control. Its enterprise product CloudCommand VC allows companies to manage and control their Internet connections, while its consumer product Skydog does the same …

In Europe, Google Stumbles Between Free Speech And Privacy

Google is trying to make sense of a sweeping decision about the Internet. In May, the European Court of Justice ruled that people have the right to be forgotten. That is, if you don't like something about you that pops up on a Google search, you can make Google hide that result.<p>The top court left a …

Three Problems That Computers Will Never Be Able to Solve

Computers have advanced terrifically over the decades—but they're not perfect. Here are three problems that, no matter how good they get, they'll …

Comcast officially weighs in on Net neutrality debate

Comcast reiterated old arguments in a filing it made to the Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday on the agency's proposed Net neutrality rules. But it also offered some new suggestions.<p>Comcast, the only US broadband provider legally required to adhere to the original 2010 Open Internet …

Net Neutrality

Microsoft explains quantum computing in a way we can all understand

Quantum computing -- it's a term we're hearing more and more, as companies such as D-Wave build their own early versions of super-machines. Microsoft, naturally, is investing considerable resources in the field as well; its Station Q research lab in Santa Barbara brings together experts studying …

New technique could boost internet speeds tenfold

Researchers at Aalborg University, MIT and Caltech have developed a new mathematically-based technique that can boost internet data speeds by up to …

Cybersecurity

Watch a fireworks show from the inside, thanks to a drone

Drones may be amoral killing machines, but they’re also awesome tools of the entertainment industry. One very clever done enthusiast had the idea of filming a professional fireworks celebration from the inside, high above the city lights.<p>The very clever Jos Stiglingh in West Palm Beach Florida …