The Internet Will Be Stuck Within Five Years

The world of the internet is threatened jammed caused by the capacity of optical fiber cable infrastructure is the backbone of a global network that will not be able to offset the new large-sized content they consume. Moreover, later voracious bandwidth services streaming video more vibrant range of use. Optical fiber cable is theoretically capable of handling data transmission of 100 terabit per second or equivalent to 250 pieces of the Blu-ray disc. Despite the large capacity of this impressed is estimated to have been inadequate in just the next…

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Wikipedia Loses Editors

Wikipedia, the largest sites in the world, lost a lot of English editors, crippling the ability to maintain speed with its mission as a source of knowledge online, according to a research led by Aaron Halfaker from the Universty of Minnesota found that the number of collaborators or volunteer editors declined from about 56,000 in 2007 to around 35,000 by the end of 2012. Aaron say there are numbers of reasons, including the rise of automated programs calls bots, but also stated that some potential contributors made desperate by the…

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Eric Schmidt Visit The North Korean, U.S. Furious

United States criticized the planned visit of the Google Chief’s, Eric Schmidt to the North Korea, which is not considered in a timely manner after the incident a rocket launch by Pyongyang last month that drew widespread condemnation. Eric Schmidt, the chief of Google that has the unofficial motto “Do not Be Evil”, is planning to visit North Korea with former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson, a figure that often solve problems related to the North Korea. Richardson has visited North Korea several times in the last 20 years and…

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Yahoo! Officially Flee From The South Korea

Internet company Yahoo! Inc. to complete the closure of its subsidiary in South Korea on December 31, 2012. This is done by closing permanently on Yahoo! sites South Korea version. Visitors accessing the site will be directed to open Yahoo! sites by default based in the United States. This closure has been was proclaimed two months ago by the Chief Executive Officer of Yahoo!, Marissa Mayer. After 15 years of opening an Office with about 200 employees, the business rate of Yahoo! in the South Korea disadvantage. Until closure, Yahoo!…

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