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New Challenge By Facebook Not Likely To Make Olympics, But Offers Cash Prize

We’ve all seen track and field, the javelin throw and the high jump in Olympics competitions. But the latest announcement by Facebook takes competition to an entirely different level. It’s…

Death Of IE6 Cause For Celebration, According To Microsoft

Web developers worldwide love to hate Internet Explorer 6, mainly because it has too many quirks and too little feature support. But now, there’s a big reason to celebrate, as…

More Cybercrime Predicted For 2012

More Cybercrime Predicted For 2012

If the predictions from security experts are correct, 2012 will see cyber attacks with increased frequency and maliciousness.  But cyber security research specialists believe that even determined hackers can be…

PostSecret.com Latest Victim Of CyberBullying, Pulls App

It appears that the problem of online bullies isn’t limited to school mates any longer. Frank Warren, founder of the popular Post Secret Blog, was forced to shut down the…

IPv4 Addresses Scheduled to Be Depleted in April 2012

IPv4 Addresses Scheduled to Be Depleted in April 2012

John Curran, CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), has been sounding the alarm for several years about the importance of putting a framework in place for the…

Gone, But Not Forgotten – How Your Online Activity May Be Stored

Gone, But Not Forgotten – How Your Online Activity May Be Stored

Have you ever posted something via your social media account, and then quickly forgot about it? Most people do just that every day. But what most don’t know is that…

Suicide Prevention Takes Social Media Turn

The internet has become a popular tool for researching information, doing business, and staying in touch with loved ones. But despite its popularity and convenience, some still have their doubts…

Forrester Analyst Claims Location-Based Social Networking Poised to Grow

According to a study conducted by Melissa Parrish of Forrester Research, geosocial applications, or “location-based social networks”, while stagnant now, hold much promise for interactive markets to increase in-store visits,…

New List Reveals The Scary Cyber Threats Which Took Place In 2011

New List Reveals The Scary Cyber Threats Which Took Place In 2011

MarketWire’s recent publication of Internet Identity’s top threats  for the year is certainly not for the faint of heart. And while technology has certainly brought us the ultimate in convenience,…

Intuit and AT&T Partner To Offer Cutting-Edge GoPayment To Small Businesses

Wouldn’t it be great if you could pay for your Girl Scout cookie order from your mobile device, or accept customer payments to your small business from anywhere? That’s exactly…

Increase In Malicious Botnet Attacks Prompting Leaders To Find A Solution

Increase In Malicious Botnet Attacks Prompting Leaders To Find A Solution

In a world where more and more people are getting online each day – an estimated two hundred million in North America alone – the threat of cybercrime is more…

Internet Service Providers and Telecom Related News

Internet Service Providers and Telecom Related News

Internet Service Providers in the News covers current newsworthy items in telecommunications.  We keep our finger on the pulse of the broadband industry, reporting on the latest mergers & acquisitions,…