Virgin to Create Worlds Largest Ever Satellite Constellation

Sir Richard Branson has announced that the Virgin backed OneWeb Ltd, will build, launch and operate the world’s largest ever satellite network. Virgin Galactic’s LauncherOne programme will help make it possible with frequent satellite launches at a much lower cost and with greater reliability.

According to the International Telecommunications Union, as of the end of 2014, more than half the world’s population ... [read more]

Microsoft Develop Spartan Browser

Microsoft Develop New Browser Codename Spartan

It is being reported that Microsoft is developing an entirely new browser alongside its new Windows 10 operating system. Sources suggest this is a new lightweight approach to browser development, and may replace the current Internet Explorer technology altogether.

In recent years Microsoft has faced increasing challenges from the popularly of Firefox and Safari ... [read more]

TCP-IP Protocol 40th Anniversary

This month is the 40th anniversary of the first specification of the Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (ARPA) own internet protocol – TCP or Transport Control Protocol. Initially invented in May 1974 to enable small computer networks to talk to each other, this communication protocol forms the very basis of today’s internet.

By the early '90s Cerf and Kahn's protocol emerged as the ... [read more]

Bitly link-shortening service compromised

Bitly have announced that they believe their users accounts, including users’ email addresses, encrypted passwords, API keys and OAuth tokens, have been compromised.

Bitly says “We have no indication at this time that any accounts have been accessed without permission... For our users' protection, we have taken proactive steps to ensure the security of all accounts, including disconnecting all users' Facebook and Twitter ... [read more]

Google Acquires UK Startup Rangespan

Google has made another move to build out its e-commerce business, and specifically its retail portal Google Shopping. It has acquired Rangespan, a London-based provider of back office services for online retailers.

Rangespan’s aim was to help retailers forecast what products were needed or desired. For online shoppers, this should mean better suggestions and offers when searching via Google.

“We are very happy ... [read more]

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