Monthly Archives: May 2016

Quick Poll: How Many .XYZ Domains Are You Going To Register at $.01

Now that Uniregistry announced that it’s offering .XYZ domain name registrations at just one penny now through June 2nd we thought we would run a quick poll to ask you how many domains you are planning on registering. Our answer range from none to over 10,000 so vote now on the right hand side of […]

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EU Urges Governments Against Banning ‘Sharing Economy’ Services

European Union governments should not ban services like home-rental site Airbnb or ride-hailing app Uber except as a last resort, the EU says in new guidelines, seeking to rein in a crackdown on the “sharing economy.” In guidelines seen by Reuters, the European Commission said any restrictions by EU member states on these new online services should be justified and proportionate to the public interest at stake.

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PayPal Suspending Operations in Turkey Amid Local Control Spat

Turkey has been making moves to bring tech business in the country under more localized control, and today big U.S. online payments company PayPal became the latest casualty. The company announced that it is suspending business operations in Turkey eff… Continue reading

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It was very easy to hack North Korea’s Facebook clone

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Caltech Sues Apple for Infringing Patents on Wi-Fi Transmissions

In a suit filed with the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, Caltech claims that Apple has infringed four of its patents for improved data transmission rates and performance over Wi-Fi. These patents were awarded between 2006 and 2012, and cover technology implemented in the most recent 802.11n and 802.11ac Wi-Fi standards.

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