In a second
Danish boffins have created a computer chip which can transmit a record 1.84 petabits of data per second via a fibre-optic cable.
Authoritarian countries nearly kept control
The world wide wibble had a near miss when the United Nations agency that sets global standards for telecoms and tech infrastructure voted for a US official instead of a Russian.
Dorsey said the good old days were much better
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has admitted he regrets helping creating a centralised internet based around a few big corporates.
Old songs make up 70 per cent of the new music market
Whatever Big Content did to preserve the music industry since the rise of the internet it killed off new music.
Disappointed that the US did not seem interested in protecting its security experts
Hacked off that the US authorities were not doing enough to stop North Korean hackers attacking security experts, a solitary hacker switched off North Korea’s internet to show them who was boss.
I canna hold her captain
Increasing dependence on cloud structures are starting to hurt the internet infrastructure, according to NBC news.
It is easier than putting food on shelves
In the middle of a crisis where it can’t put petrol in cars and food on shelves, the UK government has decided that it is a good time to censor the internet.
Needs to end network constipation
The UK is set to create the conditions for BT to invest billions of pounds in rolling out full fibre broadband nationwide by giving it flexibility on the pricing of its fastest services for the long term.
Sunde, bloody Sunde
One of the original founders of The Pirate Bay, Peter Sunde, is warning against the power American corporations have on the internet.