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EU privacy watchdogs warn Google over privacy policy

European Union privacy regulators on Thursday urged Google to simplify the company’s privacy policies in compliance with the EU law. The authorities also released a “list of possible compliance measures” for the company. The list was provided to Google by Article 29 Working Party (WP29), a watchdog group for EU Data protection authorities. Though WP29 has limited powers, its members ...

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MVNO Karma launches LTE version of mobile hotspot

Karma’s mobile hotspot service has been already utilized by more than 100,000 people around the globe. Now, Karma targeted more customers for its mobile broadband services and want to become a main source of internet access.  Stevan van Wel, CEO and co-founder of Karma reported in an interview, “Karma no longer wants to be merely a mobile internet provider; it ...

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AT&T’s new $39 a month Internet Plan offers HBO and free Amazon Prime

AT&T and Amazon have come up with a surprise for their fans by partnering together. Now, AT&T’s new Broadband Bundle offer will give you HBO and Amazon Prime for $39 a month. Amazon has already included a video streaming service to Amazon Prime. The Amazon service has been quite popular among the masses and the USP (Unique Selling Proposition) of it ...

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Senators in favor of the FCC backing off from the Net Neutrality Rules

Net Neutrality had been the center of attention in the last few months and the U.S. Federal Commission was strapping a shackle effectively on most search engines. However, the Republican Senators and advocates have stated on Wednesday that the Net Neutrality rules will hurt the investors and employment of broadband in most regions. There are few problems in the Net ...

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Virgin Atlantic and GoGo to bring the in-flight Internet for passengers

Virgin Atlantic has vowed to be a little more tech-savvy these days and the start has been initiated by the company through the partnership with GoGo (NASDAQ: GOGO) in order to provide free internet service in the air. The Airline is popular throughout the world and has a great following among the business as well as economic clients. By partnering with ...

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Internet to slow down as the Net Neutrality comments’ deadline nears

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has spoken at the news conference and ordered to receive the public comments regarding proposed Open Internet notice on proposed rule making and spectrum auctions on May 15, 2014. The Federal Communications Commission is finally planning to provide a proposal to reform the net neutrality that allows ISP to charge for high-quality services. Finally, after ...

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5 million gmail accounts leaked, Google recommends a 2-step verification

Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) recommends a two-step verification for linking user’s mobile number and recovery-email after more than 4.93 million Gmail accounts were hacked by Russian hackers on Sep 9. The account and password details were posted on Bitcoin forum (btsec.com) by a user named Tvskit. Users claimed that more than 60 percent of the passwords were active at the moment while Google ...

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T-Mobile to allow users to make phone calls and texts via Wi-Fi

You can call it an offer or the addition of a new feature, but with the launch of T-Mobile Un-Carrier 7.0 “Wi-Fi Unleashed the users will be able to make calls using Wi-Fi connection without any call charge. According to the reports, the new Smartphones purchased from T-Mobile will allow the users to make phone calls using Wi-Fi connection. Thus ...

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