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The Safe Network to Test a Privacy-Friendly Successor to Today's Internet

The internet today is broken (which is why Gigaom recently devoted a series of articles to the subject of fixing it). Control of key elements is becoming more centralized; it is being increasingly...

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Flash Your Passport for Free Wi-Fi in Japan

As any tourist who's visited Japan will know, free Wi-Fi access is a lot less prevalent than in much of the Western world - a quirk of the country's rapid adoption of mobile broadband. That's...

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TELUS to Spend Another $600M in Ontario, Will Deploy 700 MHz Spectrum

TELUS spent billions during the recent spectrum auction and will invest even more to deploy "the world's fastest wireless technology to more communities." Canada's second largest carrier has over...

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Toronto's PumpUp Launches Photo-Based Health & Fitness Social Network

Toronto's PumpUp this week launched a photo-based health and fitness social network. The platform is designed to inspire people and keep them motivated to live and maintain an active lifestyle...

www.techvibes.com |
eBay Confirms Cyberattack Compromised a Database, Asks Users to Change Passwords

eBay announced today that its millions of users should immediately reset their password. The popular online marketplace stated in a press release the reason was caused by "a cyberattack that...

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Privacy-Focused Search Engine DuckDuckGo Gets A New Look, Smarter Search

DuckDuckGo, the privacy-focused search engine whose popularity grew last year following the NSA and PRISM leaks, is today rolling our an updated interface for its website, which features "smarter...

www.techcrunch.com |
Dropbox Expands Partner Network Program to Canada

Dropbox is expanding its Partner Network service to Canada. The Dropbox Partner Network, launched last June in the US, is a program that helps IT service providers resell, manage, and support...

www.techvibes.com |
Netflix Responsible for a Third of Peak North American Internet Traffic

Netflix increased its share of fixed-line Internet traffic in North America in the first half of 2014, accounting for 34 per cent of data flowing to consumers during peak times, up from 32 per...

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