As many as ten companies including AT&T, Cisco Systems, GE, IBM, and Intel are working with US government representatives to form a consortium to drive the so-called Industrial Internet. Their goal is to define an architectural framework for open industry standards that would serve a broad swath of market sectors from automotive and manufacturing to healthcare and the military.
The agency in charge of website addresses passed a major milestone Friday on the path to broadening the world of domain names by the end of this year.
The board of US-based Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) touted freshly-approved benefits and responsibilities for registrars that essentially act as domain name wholesalers.
Changes to contractually enforceable rules include requiring registrars to confirm phone numbers or addresses of those buying domain names within 15 days.
We were looking around on Facebook and one of the pages that struck our eyes was the "Behead Those Who Disrespect Our Prophet P.B.U.H" page on Facebook. These kind of pages are doing nothing else than cause misery and pain to the religion they are trying to "represent" via the internet.
Syria is cut off from the internet. Since Tuesday evening, the connections between the two years since the civil war-torn country and the rest of the world are cut off, as shown by data from Google and other Internet companies.
We have seen this twice before," the agency responsible for freedom of expression Google Manager Christine Chen said: "This is happening in Syria in November and in Egypt during the Arab Spring.
The following is a list of Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) response status codes.When a browser requests a service from a web server, an error might occur and HTTP status messages that might be returned.The first digit of the status code specifies one of five classes of response.
In a Hangout on Google + Thursday afternoon, President Obama spoke about the possibility of implementing a computer programming language requirement in American high schools.
“I think given how pervasive computers and the internet is now, and how fascinated kids are with it,” says President Obama, “I want to make sure that they know how to actually produce stuff using computers, and not simply consume stuff."
International Action Day on February the 23rd 2013 against Surveillance and Censorship - Operation Big Brother.
Since we invited you to show our fellow citizens that our privacy matters, you made several times #OpBigBrother's voice surround in many countries and paperstormed efficiently to inform people about the threats of surveillance systems on our fundamental Rights.