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World Broadband Stats

We rely on broadband more and more everyday to give us access to networks and the internet more importantly. From dial up we have gone to broadband now. The average speed in Europe is 15Mbps, Japan has average of about 90Mbps, a far cry from the rest of the world .. Apparently UK have some ambitious plans to catch up by 2015 .. Hope Malaysia has some massive plans too! Below is a nice inforgraphic which gives you more insight…

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Technology

Chrome : Resume From Where You Left Off

You can resume from where you left off on your browser using Chrome! How cool is that! So now if you are reading a piece online have to run off, you can shut down your browser and when you are back .. Boot up your chrome browser and you continue from where you left off.. chrome://chrome/settings/ Locate “On startup” group and select “Continue where I left off”.         Works like magic!

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Malaysia

Stop 114A

Section 114A, otherwise known as Evidence (Amendment) (No. 2) Act 2012, was passed by Dewan Rakyat and Dewan Negara in April this year and was gazetted on 31st July by de facto law Minister Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz Why you should be concerned? The amendment has raised concerns from many parties such as lawyers,activists and Internet-based businesses. Under Section 114A, an Internet user is deemed the publisher of any online content unless proven otherwise. It also makes individuals and those…

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Technology

Google Calculator

How many times have you found your self in a need of a calculator and can’t find your’s and the one in your pc is just too tiny? Here is a cool an option that you can use. Open a browser, if google is not your homepage already .. go to google.com and search calculator and you get this wonderful calculator which you can use straight away. Alternatively, you can bookmark THIS and use it when necessary 🙂

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Technology

Facebook invests in underwater Internet cable

Facebook invests in underwater Internet cable – Facebook has invested in the Asia Pacific Gateway, a 6,214-mile undersea cable designed to improve Internet speeds for citizens and businesses in the region, the BBC reports. The fiber-optic cable will run directly from Malaysia to South Korea and Japan, with links branching off to other countries. It’s suggested that a total of $450m (£280m) in total has been invested. The project to construct and maintain APG is funded by a group that includes…

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