How OneWeb Plans To Change The Internet

OneWeb

OneWeb plans to offer a new global satellite internet backhaul network. With huge plans in place to launch a constellation of hundreds of satellites into space over the next few years OneWeb has some pretty ambitious plans to change the internet however on Thursday last week they backed them up with backing from huge global players and the announcement More...

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A comparison between the Google and Apple Maps Service
By James Li On Thursday, June 11th, 2015
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Apple Announces Vehicles Will Be Mapping UK & Irish Streets To Improve Maps Service

A comparison between the Apple and Google Maps Service Apple has listed on its website driving locations such as suburbs and local areas in both Ireland and the UK where it plans to collect data for its maps service. More...

Facebook Lite
By James Li On Friday, June 5th, 2015
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2G Optimized Facebook Lite App Launched For Developing Countries

The new Facebook Lite application. Facebook Lite, a new version of Facebook targeted at developing countries in South-East Asia, Latin America and Africa, has officially been launched on Friday. At present, only More...

Google's Self Driving Car
By James Li On Thursday, June 4th, 2015
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Google’s Self-Driving Car Has Now Been Involved In 12 Accidents

The next generation of Google’s self driving car which is expected to hit streets this summer for testing. Google has recently announced to its shareholders that another of its automated self driving vehicles More...

Selfie Stick
By James Li On Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015
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How Selfie Sticks & Other Novelty Items May Not Be A Passing Fad

Selfie Sticks were first patented in 2005. Just over one year ago a new novelty item known as the selfie stick flooded mainstream popularity and became the new must have product for Christmas 2014 with expectations More...

Weibo.com
By James Li On Monday, June 1st, 2015
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China’s “Internet Police” To Create Profiles On Social Media

Weibo, China’s alternative to Twitter which the police plans to use to raise it’s online profile. China’s division of police in charge of online censorship has announced that from Monday it will More...

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