6 Fun Websites To Pass Your Time

Posted on November 6, 2013 by Nikhil P Naik

The internet provides great sources of entertainment. There’s an endless list of websites around that offer no more than the chance to spend hours on end looking at amusing pictures and funny videos. Whatever the website is, and whatever content the website offers, they’re very addictive and you can find yourself losing a lot of…

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Pitfalls In The Use Of IPv6

Posted on October 29, 2013 by Nikhil P Naik

With every passing day, the topic of IPv6 continues to gain explosiveness. Although many companies have not yet converted their network infrastructure to the expanded address space, the knowledge about is already widely used: hardware and software must be thoroughly tested, employees must be trained and policies that affect the network must be re-installed or adjusted….

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WiFi Hotspots vs. Mobile Broadband

Posted on December 6, 2012 by Nikhil P Naik

Should you use a Wi-Fi hotspot or sign up for a mobile broadband service? Read on to find out how they stack up against each other. Speed In terms of speed, Wi-Fi network connection speeds are often faster than what mobile broadband network providers can deliver. Mobile broadband relies on the carefully controlled 3G network,…

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Online Payment Security Concerns Today

Posted on November 14, 2012 by Nikhil P Naik

As E-commerce and M-commerce prosper in today’s time, the internet security threat regarding online payments is increasing significantly. Transactions over the internet are prime attractions for hackers and malware spreaders. Getting credit card numbers and bank details online have caused many users to experience problems that wouldn’t have been there if online payment wasn’t targeted…

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Superfast Fibre Optic Speed of 100 TB/s Achieved

Posted on June 20, 2012 by Nikhil P Naik

Researchers in California and Japan have recently announced that they have been able to achieve fibre optic broadband speeds of 100 TB/s [109.2 TBits/s to be precise] To put that into some sort of context, 100 TB/s is roughly equivalent to being able to send 3 months of HD video per second. As it is, these…

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