UK is looking to pressure internet companies for taking down extremist material
Britain is looking at a range of options to put pressure on internet companies to do more to take down extremist material, Security Minister Ben Wallace said on Sunday. The government has previously complained technology companies are not doing enough to tackle the use of their networks both to promote extremist ideology and for communication between militant suspects. “We are going to look at the range of options. We have seen the Germans have proposed perhaps a fine, we are not sure whet...
Learn Everything About What WooCommerce + WordPress
Woocommerce is a plunging that you may use on WordPress to sell your products. There are many stores that will benefit from using this simple software, and you will find it quite simple to ensure that you have your site has been set up using the program, and you will notice you may sell anything […] The post Learn Everything About What WooCommerce + WordPress appeared first on eITWebguru. ...
Amazon Echo Dot price cut briefly offers Alexa for $10 less
Curious to dip your toe into the smart home assistant market? Amazon’s Echo Dot has been given a rare discount, bringing the cost of the Alexa-packing connected home puck down to under $40. It’s the cheapest way we’ve seen to pick up a single Echo Dot in some time. Amazon hasn’t been entirely averse to cutting the Echo Dot’s price, … Continue reading...
Twitter toying with ‘premium’ features or membership option
Twitter has toyed with the idea of offering some kind of premium, possibly subscription, option for its platform, company CEO Jack Dorsey has revealed. Though the company isn’t ready to introduce such a service, it seems the option is still very much in play and may be something users see introduced at some point in the future. Dorsey talked about … Continue reading...
Facebook is testing a new food ordering option
It seems like every day we get closer to being able to do anything and everything through Facebook. The latest step is ordering food for delivery via the social network behemoth. That’s right, the company is now testing new feature that allows both web and mobile app users to look up nearby restaurants and place an order, all without leaving … Continue reading...
FCC will hold a vote for rollback of Obama-era open internet rules
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission will hold an initial vote on Thursday on a Republican plan to reverse the Obama administration’s 2015 “net neutrality” order. FCC chairman Ajit Pai disclosed in April the agency may withdraw “bright line” rules barring internet companies from blocking, throttling or giving “fast lanes” to some websites. The debate over the future of the internet has received less attention than it did in 2015, with many focused ...
An open letter to everyone who uses the internet
 The free and open internet as we know it is at risk. Read More ...
Things To Know Before You Start a Food Blog
Do you want to start Indian food blog? You are on right track to share your exclusive Indian cuisine ideas and thoughts with others. Because with blogging only you can minimize your promotional costs and can achieve a vibrant success on the web. If you already fixed your mind to start an awesome Indian food blog to share the elite recipes, concepts with others then you need not to bow down to any technical restrictions. You can easily start to carve up your grand Yummy Indian Recipes on the web....
Are jerkasses stealing your Wi-Fi? Here’s how to find out, and stop them
Is your internet connection running slower than usual? Do Netflix movies show up in a lower resolution than expected? One of your neighbors might be stealing your Wi-fi. If so, here's how to find out and how to prevent them from doing so. The post Are jerkasses stealing your Wi-Fi? Here’s how to find out, and stop them appeared first on Digital Trends....
Linksys launches new tri-band router and its first gateway
The networking needs of modern homes are no longer as simple as they were just years ago. That’s thanks to the proliferation of connected devices, including smart home products, as well as the variety of Internet technologies snaking their way into our houses. Sometimes, the generic networking equipment from service providers are no longer enough. That is why Linksys continually … Continue reading...
Facebook News Feed tweak decreases links to spammy websites
Facebook is once again planning to adjust your News Feed, this time to reduce the number of links you see that lead to spammy and/or advertisement-filled websites. The move aims to improve the quality of content that users see, eliminating things that Facebook decides are ‘sensational,’ ‘misleading,’ or ‘spammy.’ In their place will be links to things that Facebook considers … Continue reading...
Here’s how Cortana will follow you from home, to car, to work
Microsoft’s vision for Cortana goes beyond sitting in a smart speaker on your kitchen counter, with the company showing off some of the ways its assistant could follow you at home and on the road. Bringing Cortana’s latest enclosure, the Harmon Kardon Invoke speaker, on-stage at the BUILD 2017 opening keynote today, Microsoft showed how the agent can expand into … Continue reading...
The Nuggs for Carter saga is finally over
If you’ve been following the Nuggs for Carter saga on Twitter (and let’s be honest: it’s been hard to ignore), then you might like to know that it appears to be done today. The whole ordeal kicked off when Carter Wilkerson asked Wendy’s how many retweets he’d need to win a free year of chicken nuggets. Wendy’s reply offered a … Continue reading...
How a tap could tame the smart home
 Here’s a novel fix for the headache of interacting with all sorts of connected devices: researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have devised a system that lets smartphone users tap their phone against an IoT device in order to have a contextual menu automatically loaded on screen. Read More ...
How a tap could tame the smart home
 Here’s a novel fix for the headache of interacting with all sorts of connected devices: researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have devised a system that lets smartphone users tap their phone against an IoT device in order to have a contextual menu automatically loaded on screen. Read More ...
Meet the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660, the platform that will take AI and dual-cameras mainstream
Qualcomm today announced the launch of its latest “high-end” mobile platforms, the 660 and the 630. These platform bring a number of firsts to this category, redefining the capabilities of smartphones in that class. In conversation with Mr Kedar Kondap, Senior Director, Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, we learnt that Qualcomm is seeing “pretty good traction” in the high-end smartphone space. As Qualcomm defines it, the market is split into four tiers: The low-en...
Comcast announces Xfinity xFi dashboard for easier Wi-Fi management
Comcast hopes to make it easier to manage a home Wi-Fi network with its new Xfinity xFi experience, which the company is making available to its 10 million Xfinity internet customers at no extra charge. The post Comcast announces Xfinity xFi dashboard for easier Wi-Fi management appeared first on Digital Trends....
John Oliver just made it easier to contact the FCC about net neutrality
It seems that the fight for net neutrality is back on, and just like last time, John Oliver is trying to rally people to the cause. In a segment during Sunday’s episode of Last Week Tonight, Oliver lambasted the new FCC chairman Ajit Pai as he looks to rollback Obama-era net neutrality protections. With the FCC now accepting comments from … Continue reading...
Comcast Xfinity xFi turn sgateway into a Wi-Fi control center
Gone are the days when homes had at most one or two connected devices. Excluding the growing army of smart home devices, each household would have at least one main computer, two or more smartphones, one “family use” tablet, and maybe more. As that number continues to rise, home owners are faced with tasks and challenges no different from network … Continue reading...
Apple VP shares thoughts on voice-powered speakers with screens
In a recent interview with Apple‘s Phil Schiller, the SVP of Worldwide Marketing shared some thoughts on the state of voice assistant-powered home speakers and how they could be improved by screens, possibly hinting at Cupertino’s own debut of a device to compete with the Amazon Echo and Google Home devices. There have been rumors for weeks now about Apple … Continue reading...