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No-call registry won't stop robo-calls from finding you


Wednesday, January 9, 2019 by

Progress in the fight to block robocalls has been slow or non-existent, a new survey finds.  Approximately half of consumers who signed up for the National Do Not Call Registry (49%) say they receive the same number of robocalls, and 19% say they receive more robocalls since signing up. The findings come from a recent survey by Clutch, the leading B2B research, ...


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PacketZoom Increasing the network performance for apps in Asia


Thursday, November 16, 2017 by

PacketZoom, the company re-defining mobile application performance through in-app mobile networking technology, announced today that several mobile applications in Asia have used its app acceleration technology to significantly increase app performance. Apps from Sephora, Inshorts and Netmeds reported speed increases of up to 2x and disconnection rate decreases of over ...


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10 reasons to hide your IP address


Wednesday, March 1, 2017 by

You have an IP address if you are reading this. Your IP (Internet Protocol) address is simply a series of numbers separated by dots (or octets) that represent where you are, or "what network" you are originating traffic from. Now, you might be behind a firewall - which means you have a NATed IP address, in fact all computers behind your NAT firewall will have the same p...


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The Challenges of IoT Interconnectivity and How to Tackle Them


Thursday, February 4, 2016 by

The interconnectivity of IoT devices is key to the development of a connected world. If these devices could communicate, possibilities for developers would be endless; however, IoT lacks seamless interoperability, which allows devices to “talk,” or connect, with each other.Many IoT devices, specifically small devices, are not compatible due to varying controls. With Gar...


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Echelon Corporation Expanding its Multiprotocol IzoT Platform for the Industrial Internet of Things


Tuesday, January 27, 2015 by

Echelon Corporation is expanding its multiprotocol IzoT platform for the IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) to include new Wi-Fi control modules and integrated support for BACnet/MS-TP. Echelon is demonstrating the use case of the IzoT platform  for converged building control and lighting control networks supporting both wired and wireles...


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O Brother, Where Art Thou How New Laws Are Governing the Collection and Use of Geolocation Information Inside Apps


Saturday, September 20, 2014 by

Trying to find out where someone is located is valuable information for businesses and attorneys, but there are new laws winding their way through Congress which directly impact how this information is obtained. In 2000, George Clooney appeared in the Joel and Ethan Coen comedy titled O Brother, Where Art Thou? The Coen brothers’ movie created the story as a modern...


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App Developers and COPPA: A Review of the FTC’s Six Step Compliance Plan


Wednesday, August 7, 2013 by

On July 1, 2013, the FTC’s Child Online Privacy Protection Policy (COPPA) went into affect, changing forever the landscape for app developers whose apps have users 13 and under.The FTC stance seems to be that they will rigorously enforce the act, which means that app developers with users in the US need to ensure they are in compliance, if COPPA applies to their app.&nb...


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Google Chromecast Device Released


Sunday, July 28, 2013 by

Googlecast lets you cast apps from your device to the TV and it's Google’s latest foray in an effort to dominate the big screen. The device can be controlled by a phone or tablet running on Android or iOS, or a laptop running Chrome OS, Mac OS, or Windows. And at a cost of just $35 who wouldn't want one?How does it work? A sender application running on the mobile device...