At MWC 2015, Qualcomm is introducing new LTE-U chips with technology that will make use of the unlicensed 5GHz spectrum currently in use by Wi-Fi networks. The idea is for carriers to install many small LTE-U cells in public locations, which would end up boosting the signal of their big towers that work on the licensed spectrum.
For a technologically advanced nation, the US seems to be dragging its feet in creating effective cyber defenses. Now we know why.
Sporting a quad-core processor running at 1.5GHz, 1GB RAM, and 8GB flash storage, the new ViewQwest TV 2.0 set-top box is the perfect partner for the company's Freedom VPN service.
Six weeks after being knocked offline in a Swedish police raid, torrent sharing website The Pirate Bay is back and running at full speed again, and is now taunting authorities with a prominent phoenix graphic. However, the site may not be quite the same as before.
Singtel, Sony Pictures Television, and Warners Bros. join forces to create new video streaming service
Part of Singtel's digital strategy is to have the largest OTT video service in Asia. To realize it, the telco has joined up with Sony Pictures Television and Warners Bros. to set up HOOQ.
Just as they did with Microsoft, the internal software security team at Google has publicly revealed three recently discovered zero-day exploits in Apple’s OS X desktop operating system, following Google’s policy.
Every year, SplashData releases its list of top 10 worst passwords. And unsurprisingly, "123456" and "password" continue to be popular amongst users.
Streaming high quality 4K video content smoothly is just one part of the internet TV experience, but there are other factors that only TV manufacturers can control. Netflix is committed to bring quality experience and to that end, it has rolled out a new logo recommendation program to help consumers.
After claiming responsibility for taking down both Sony’s Playstation Network and Microsoft’s Xbox Live, the R.I.U Lizard Squad’s latest Twitter post seems to suggest that their next target is Tor. More details within.
Great news for MyRepublic subscribers! The company has just announced that its Teleport service will now be offered as a feature of their broadband plans and it will no longer be charged as an add-on service.