November 9, 2012

Google Chrome Is Pushing the Boundaries

Mark Gibbs, Computerworld

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TAGGED: internet, Google Chrome, Google


November 7, 2012
A Google Outage Shows How the Web Works
Tom Paseka, CloudFlare
This all is a reminder about how the Internet is a system built on trust. Today's incident shows that, even if you're as big as Google, factors outside of your direct control can impact the ability of your customers to get to... more ››
November 5, 2012
Google Casts Big Shadow Over Small Sites
Lohr & Miller, New York Times
Regulators in the United States and Europe are conducting sweeping inquiries of Google, the dominant Internet search and advertising company. Google rose by technological innovation and business acumen; in the United States, it... more ››
November 8, 2012
Hey DSL, It's Time to Say Good Bye
Om Malik, GigaOm
As someone whose first home broadband experience was a 256 kbps broadband connection from Verizon’s grammy Bell Atlantic, I have always retained a soft spot for DSL technology. Sure, I was jealous of my friends who got ... more ››
November 9, 2012
How the Internet Could Make Sleeping More Social
Parmy Olson, Forbes
The Internet is a vastly more social place than it was a decade ago, with text and images on networks like Facebook creating new levels of interaction. Some time in the future, though, you may not have to be awake to connect to... more ››
October 29, 2012
Why We Need Fake IDs Online
Steffan Heuer & Pernille Tranberg, Daily Dot
Why care about privacy? You have nothing to hide, right? And you're not remotely interesting, so why should anybody want to keep an eye on you? Because information about the real you online is valuable to more than just hackers... more ››