Internet traffic hijack disrupts Google services

Internet traffic hijack disrupts Google services  Washington Times Full coverage Swiftype Trends Related Posts:Top trending Google search on Election Day: ‘Dónde votar’Among Amazon HQ2 watchers, Northern Virginia checks…Internet Search Engines and Two-sided Markets :…

How we might explore the internet after Google

Google has come under scrutiny lately for its dominance over the flow of information on the internet. TagTheWeb is researching a method to allow the “wisdom of the crowd” to categorize the internet more effectively. With or without Google, the internet looks to change significantly in the future, in ways we may not be ready […]

‘How the Internet Happened’ Review: Building a World Online

To historians of technology, the story of the internet—essentially, the story of how our cognition and culture began to merge with machines—is often focused on hackers and software engineers. Who wrote the code? Who did it first? And then who did it better? To be sure, there’s plenty of tech jargon in Brian McCullough’s “How […]

How can I check my internet speed? Ways to measure how fast…

Kim Komando Special for USA TODAY Published 6:14 AM EDT Nov 1, 2018 We know what “slow” internet is like: videos buffer, downloads lag and a single page can take forever to appear in its entirety. We wonder whether it’s our browser, our device or the website we’re visiting. You may suspect your Wi-Fi signal. Wireless networks […]

Opinion | Google and the Great Internet Wall of China

CEO Sundar Pichai says Google’s China search engine, a censored version of the original product, would still serve over 99% of queries. Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint At the outset, let me make clear that I am not a proponent of barriers to trade. Neither am I supportive of muzzling free speech. With that said, I would […]

Could there ever be more than one internet? Experts say we’…

Depending on where you are in the world, the internet already looks very different. In China, for example, users can’t access many digital staples which have become deeply entrenched in western discourse, including Google Search, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Furthermore, any attempts to access several news sites, including the New York Times, Bloomberg, BBC China, the […]