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Apple's Time Machine feature in OS X is a convenient way to maintain a fully recoverable backup of your system. But sometimes you might wish to upgrade your Time Machine drive, either because you suspect
The denial of service attack gets few props for novelty in a field that prizes novelty. In a denial of service (DoS) attack, hackers flood a Web site or application with pointless requests that clog or
AT&T is the second best wireless network in the U.S. after Verizon, according to the latest mobile network performance report by RootMetrics. The second largest U.S. carrier was ahead of market leader
While Quebecor Inc. decides whether to expand its wireless network nationally, its four-year-old cellular division is showing increased signs of promise in its home province. The Montreal-based company
A few days ago, Google announced that it was investing in a $300 million undersea fiber optical cable system called FASTER. The FASTER cable system will offer much higher broadband speeds for countries
Seaborn Networks and Alcatel Lucent are taking their broadband and data concerns underwater. Under the Atlantic Ocean, to be specific. The two companies are planning the first-ever submarine fiber optic
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Making Smiles is an intranet site that engages Johnson & Johnson employees to get involved and donate to Operation Smile, a charity. This intranet was dreamed up, designed and built by Content Formula.
ZyXel Homeplug AV2 Gigabit Powerline Adapter Starter Kit (PLA5206KIT) review: A super-fast alternative to Wi-Fi and Ethernet
The Good The ZyXel Homeplug AV2 Gigabit Powerline Adapter Starter Kit provides almost four times the speed of a regular Ethernet connection. It's plug-and-play with no setup or configuration required all.
A new application called Tidy wants to help you better organize the photos you have stored on your smartphone, by grouping them into albums by time, distance, or even by “shapes,” meaning type of photo
RoboEarth. No, it's not a lame SNES game from 1994, it's a cloud network that lets robots learn from the actions of other bots. It started over three years ago, and now, a new, related project has sprung
Today, the cloud infrastructure market is dominated by several big companies — Amazon, Google and Microsoft — but a public/business/academia partnership called the Massachusetts Open Cloud project is to