IP-Based Services Are Driving Mobile Usage Among Under 35s

IP-Based Services Are Driving Mobile Usage Among Under 35s

The under 35s are changing the landscape of mobile voice, messaging and data. IP messaging has taken off with the young generation. Data has taken importance over voice to under 35s in choosing plans. The trends have been brought forth by Analysys Mason through a new multi-country service.

By On June 23, 2013 Respond
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White House Reveals A Detailed Anti-IP Theft Strategy

White House Reveals A Detailed Anti-IP Theft Strategy

The theft of intellectual property (IP) has become somewhat of a norm, thanks to the digital age that we live in. Hackers dig into the systems of major corporations and make away with blueprints of upcoming products and other trade secrets. White House has now revealed a detailed anti-IP theft strategy which takes a few shots at China.

By On February 21, 2013 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How To Configure Your Router To Use DHCP

[Tutorial] How To Configure Your Router To Use DHCP

If you are one of those people who don’t like to play with assigning static IP address for each computer in their network there is a simple solution for you called DHCP. DHCP or Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol eliminate the need of assigning IP addresses dynamically and when enabled on your router it will assign IP to each of your connected computers automatically. Follow this tutorial to find out how to enable it. Let me also note that for this tutorial I used Belkin router.

By On October 24, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Find Faster DNS Server – Windows

[Tutorial] How To Find Faster DNS Server – Windows

For those users that don’t know DNS servers are used by your internet connection to make the correspondence between a domain name and the corresponding IP address. DNS servers used by Internet service providers are not the fastest. Some services like Google Public DNS or OpenDNS put at your disposal free DNS very swift. You can speed up your Internet browsing using these DNS servers rather than your Internet service provider and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

By On October 17, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Stream Videos From Sites That Is Blocked From Your Country

[Tutorial] How To Stream Videos From Sites That Is Blocked From Your Country

There are many US online video services that block access to their web site based on your IP, so you are not able to watch videos on their web site if you are not from US or Canada. Some of those web sites are Netflix or Hulu and if you really want to have access to those web site, you have to follow this tutorial. In this tutorial I will show you how to access them using free online service called Tunlr.

By On July 18, 2012 1 Response
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Illinois Supreme Court Rejected Porn Site Owner’s Request

Illinois Supreme Court Rejected Porn Site Owner’s Request

Lightspeed Media owns number of pornographic website. They filed a case on Illinois Supreme Court to reveal all the users’ details who allegedly accessed their site without paying. But Supreme Court rejected their request. Now they can’t force ISPs to unmask their users details. Keep reading for more clear idea.

By On July 3, 2012 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How To Change A Computer’s Mac Address In Windows

[Tutorial] How To Change A Computer’s Mac Address In Windows

MAC address which stands for Media Access Control address is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications on the physical network segment. It is theoretically unique for each network adapter, and the first half of the MAC address indicates the seller. If from some reason you need to change your MAC address in Windows, in this tutorial we will show you how to do that.

By On February 16, 2012 1 Response
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Cisco-Linksys Wireless-G Range Expander WRE54G

Cisco-Linksys Wireless-G Range Expander WRE54G

Expand the range of your wireless network The Linksys Wireless-G Range Expander is the easy way to increase the effective coverage of your wireless network. Unlike adding a traditional access point to your network to expand wireless coverage, the Wireless-G Range Expander does not need to be connected to the network by a data cable. Just put it within range of your main access point or wireless router, and it bounces the signals out to remote wireless devices.

By On December 20, 2011 1 Response
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Linksys By Cisco 8-Port Ip Telephony Gateway

Linksys By Cisco 8-Port Ip Telephony Gateway

The Linksys SPA8000 8-Port IP Telephony Gateway is a full featured Analog Terminal Adapter (ATA) for small business enterprises providing enhanced communication services via a broadband connection to the Internet.The SPA8000 features eight RJ-11 FXS ports to connect analog telephones to IP-based data networks and includes a single multi-port RJ-21 50-pin connector offering an alternative connection choice when deploying the telephony gateway in varied environments.

By On November 9, 2011 Respond
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HTC Sues Apple With Patent Lawsuit

HTC Sues Apple With Patent Lawsuit

Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp. is accusing Apple Inc. of violating three patents covering smartphones and other technologies and Apple has filed two patent infringement cases against HTC with the ITC. Recently, an ITC judge has found HTC in violation of two Apple patents which appear to be at the core of Android and are likely infringed by all Android devices………………

By On August 17, 2011 Respond
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The War Intesifying As Apple Tries To Barr 4 Samsung Products In The USA

The War Intesifying As Apple Tries To Barr 4 Samsung Products In The USA

Apple has seemingly kicked its ongoing legal battle with Samsung up a notch and the perturbed in Cupertino have filed a motion for a preliminary injunction with the US District Court for the Northern District of California. The motion hones in on just four devices: the Infuse 4G, Galaxy S 4G, Droid Charge, and Galaxy Tab 10.1 and it’s determined that the aforesaid products may well indeed be infringing on Apple’s rights………..

By On July 3, 2011 Respond
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Oracle Claiming $2.6 Billion From Google For Android’s Alleged Infringement

Oracle Claiming $2.6 Billion From Google For Android’s Alleged Infringement

Oracle is seeking $2.6 billion in damages from Google as part of its patent infringement lawsuit over Java and in the latest filing in the case between the two California tech giants, Oracle revealed it was seeking $0.9 billion to $1.4 billion upfront from Google for infringing its patents. Oracle is entitled to damages based on a number of grounds, including advertising revenues from Android phones and Android has been used on more than 310 devices and now has the largest share of the smartphone market……….

By On July 1, 2011 Respond
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Motorola Televation Live Streaming Device

Motorola Televation Live Streaming Device

Motorola Mobility introduces live streaming device for all the other screens in the home and new Motorola Televation product securely streams subscription TV to IP devices connected to the home Wi-Fi network. The Motorola Televation automatically converts live TV streams so they are compatible with the resolution on your connected device and they are also launching SDK for both Android and iOS so that custom apps can be created to work with the device, it transcodes the MPEG-2 TV broadcasts into MPEG-4 IP streams for viewing on other devices (Android or iOS tablets, IP-connected TVs, etc) that are on the same local network…………

By On June 15, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Took $5 For Every HTC Android Phone

Microsoft Took $5 For Every HTC Android Phone

Microsoft may be spending enormous amount of money and development effort on Windows Phone 7, but for now, it’s making more money off of Android than it is from Windows Phone 7 and Microsoft gets five times as much money from Android than it does from Windows Phone 7, because of a settlement in an intellectual property infringement case against HTC. The terms of the settlement call for HTC to pay $5 to Microsoft for every Android device HTC sells and HTC has sold 30 million Android smartphones, and so Microsoft has taken in $150 million so far as a result of the suit…………

By On May 31, 2011 Respond
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Lodsys Threatens To Sue App Store Developers Over In-App Purchases

Lodsys Threatens To Sue App Store Developers Over In-App Purchases

An IP holding company is apparently attempting to sue iOS app developers over their use of Apple-sanctioned in-app purchases, which use Apple-designed code on Apple devices and continuing today, a small but growing list of iOS developers received notice via a FedEx-delivered package that they were under threat of legal action from a patent holder. The precise violation, of U.S. patent 7222078 is revealed in a communication from developer Rob Gloess and the allegedly infringing applications use Apple’s in-app purchase tool to encourage users to upgrade to a paid version after downloading a free app…………..

By On May 15, 2011 Respond
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