Google is testing out a new ‘streaming search’ feature that displays search results to users as they type.
Search Engine Google and Verizon, a leading internet service provider and formerly one of the AT&T Bell companies, are close to finalising a deal which would facilitate Verizon’s being able to speed online content to internet users more quickly, if the content’s creators are willing to pay for it. The idea that some sites, through … [Read more…]
As online retail bucks the economic trend, why are so many small businesses still without a transactional site? Michael Norton, Managing Director, PayPoint.net takes a closer look…
More people under the age of 45 would buy Apple’s iPad tablet computer because it looks good, rather than for its technical capabilities according to research commissioned by consumer site Broadband Expert.
According to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), net neutrality advocates a level playing field for all, with no form of content afforded preference over any other. This concept has come under threat recently from supposed plans by Google and Verizon, one of the USA’s leading Internet Service Providers, according to SEO marketing firm QueryClick.
WAP capability on mobile handsets will also allow customers to see supporting graphics with text stories and hear audio reports. By 2002, the introduction of 3G mobile phones with full multi-media capabilities will allow complete broadband access to Internet services, enabling customers to hear and see audio and video news stories on demand using voice-activated … [Read more…]
Eurosky is utilizing the Astra satellite’s high-speed bandwidth, which means that the only equipment required is a DVB-MPEG2 PC card and a satellite dish pointed at Astra – in the same position as that required for Sky TV. Any request for data is sent through a standard modem over the terrestrial network, via Eurosky. The … [Read more…]