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Easy Computer Sync

Easy Computer Sync lets you quickly and easily synchronize data between two computers using a USB 2.0 Easy Transfer Cable. Designed...

April 17, 2014 By Bravura Software

Class Quiz Game

A quiz game for teachers and students. Make quiz sheets with up to 42 questions, each question accompanied by an image and/or sound...

August 6, 2011 By Sensei's Helper

NBN Co: 26Tbps record proves fibre right

The National Broadband Network Company (NBN Co) has heralded the results of a German experiment that achieved a record data transfer rate of 26 terabits per second (Tbps) over a single fibre optic cable, stating that this demonstrates the longevity of the technology.

May 24, 2011


Duane B. lost 14 lbs. Robert H. lost 30 lbs. Chris B. lost 50 lbs. Janet C. lost over 100 lbs. What do these people have in common?...

September 24, 2010 By VidaOne

Foreign Office gives £82m IT contract to C&W Worldwide

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has signed an £82m, five and a half year contract with Cable&Wireless Worldwide to provide communications for the government department.C&WW will provide a suite of internet telephony and data services, including managed video conferencing, unified communications, security, mobility and cloud-based application services, to the FCO, the company said on Tuesday.

September 14, 2010 by

HTC Droid Incredible tethering to cost $10 or $25 per month

One aspect of the HTC Droid Incredible that people seem to be quite interested in is the official Mobile Broadband Connect utility found on the device. You will need a cable to connect your HTC Incredible to your PC and now we see the available pricing options for this new Android device. The two options are $10 or $25 per month for 5GB of data and depend on the voice and email plan you have setup with your device.

April 28, 2010 by

Pipe's Guam cable carries first packets

Last month, Pipe Network's PPC-1 cable from Sydney to Guam carried its first light. This time, tests run with early customer, Internode, has seen the cable carry its first data packets.

September 21, 2009 by

Will 4G make our networks irrelevant?

Already in many emerging markets, cellular phones are far more prevalent than computers, driving many in educational technology to consider non-traditional computing deployments that leverage cellular technology instead of optical, cable, DSL or other data circuits. Even in more mature markets, one has to wonder what role smartphones can play in keeping kids connected to data sources, documents, and communications media.

August 15, 2009 by

Comcast conducting tests on free Wi-Fi for its subscribers

Following in the footsteps of Cablevision's Wi-Fi trials in Long Island, cable giant Comcast is now testing a free Wi-Fi service for its broadband customers in northern New Jersey, putting equipment in approximately 100 New Jersey Transit stations.According to a report by The Associated Press, Comcast is promising data speeds of 1.

January 30, 2009 by

Looking deeper into Comcast's new cap

ZDNet Senior Editor Sam Diaz offers his take on Comcast's recent announcement that it will begin implementing a Web-surfing limit on its customers October 1. Imposing data limits could discourage existing users from experimenting with alternatives to cable TV, Diaz says.

September 2, 2008 by

Cerf's call for simple pricing: Net Neutrality all over again

Vint Cerf, one of the co-inventors of the underlying technology that makes the Web work, now Google's Internet evangelist, has issued a call for throughput-based pricing by ISPs. This in response to the Comcast ruling by the FCC, which ordered the cable carrier to stop interfering with certain kinds of traffic, including P2P application data.

August 5, 2008 by

Qwest now offering Verizon Wireless services

I began my wireless mobile data usage with a Qwest Qualcomm mobile phone tethered to my Palm with a cable back almost ten years ago and then moved onto a national carrier as I outgrew Qwest. In 2004, Qwest partnered with Sprint to offer nationwide services. Back in May of this year Qwest announced it was dropping Sprint and switching to Verizon Wireless. Today, Qwest Wireless announced that they are now offering Verizon Wireless service to new residential and business customers. Qwest will soon be contacting existing customers to help with the changeover.

July 30, 2008 by

Will the sun power your future iPhone?

With the upcoming iPhone 2.0 release, I will be free from a USB cable to sync my PIM data by using the Exchange ActiveSync utility. However, there are still a couple of reasons cables will be needed and that is for getting movies and podcasts onto my iPhone and to charge my iPhone. Apple can fairly easily solve the media content issue by providing content downloads and transfers over WiFi. The New York Times reports that Apple has filed some new patents that may bring solar charging capability to Apple devices in the future.

May 28, 2008 by

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