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Pew survey shows how important the Internet has become in 25 years of its existence

Pew survey shows how important the Internet has become in 25 years of its existenceThe World Wide Web will turn 25 on March 12, 2014. Commemorating the Web's 25th birthday this month, the Pew Research Center released the results of a new survey on Thursday, showing how far the Web has come in 25 years of its existence. 

FCC closes bidding in US$1.56 billion auction of H-Block of wireless spectrum frequencies

Tom-WheelerOn Thursday, bidding closed in the US$1.56 billion auction the so-called H-Block of wireless spectrum frequencies. The auction was closed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Thursday, February 27, after 167 rounds of bids since January 22.

Research says Internet trolls are “prototypical everyday sadists”

InternetA recent Internet trolling-related research carried out by Canadian psychologists has revealed that Internet trolls are "prototypical everyday sadists."

Brunswick and South Morang phone and Internet users being urged to switch to NBN

Brunswick and South Morang phone and Internet users being urged to switch to NBNAccording to NBN, some phone and Internet users in Brunswick and South Morang face the risk of disconnections if they do not apply to their Internet service provider to join the National Broadband Network.

The NBN Co is urging residents and businesses in Brunswick and South Morang to update their phone and Internet to the NBN before the disconnection of their current services in May.

Canterbury Cathedral blocks access to porn sites from Wi-Fi network in its new café

Canterbury-CathedralAccording to an Evening Standard report, Canterbury Cathedral has blocked the access to porn sites from its newly-opened café with Wi-Fi connectivity. The move marks an attempt by the sixth-century cathedral to keep worshippers from temptation.

Vodafone set to switch on world’s biggest international 4G roaming network

VodafoneVodafone has revealed in a recent statement that its customers in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) will soon gain access to the world's biggest 4G international roaming network, at no additional charges.

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