Hello Guys, I was surfing the web today and came across this and want to share with you all. We all at a point in time tried checking our internet speed. Even those on slower connections to do, sometimes looking for means to speed their connections up. speedtest.net is used mostly by everyone from the browser. […]
Hello all USB modem Arch Linux users. In this article, I am going to show you the way to connect your USB modem in your Arch Linux by using WvDial. Before starting the installation let’s read a small introduction about WvDial. What is WvDial? WvDial (Weave-Dial) is a utility that helps in making modem-based connections to the internet, that is […]
In my previous post I analyzed the browser market share and trends prevalent for last 2 years. The analysis yielded interesting facts; firstly Google Chrome growth rate is as high as 210% since 2010 while Mozilla Firefox is losing its market share in favor of Google’s Browser. Irrespective of how the battle Google Chrome vs. […]
By now you might have already read a couple of articles on SOPA and PIPA; the controversial and now widely notorious bills that hammer the freedom of internet. In this article we shall investigate how SOPA and PIPA negate the spirit of opensource community and virtual communities at large.
For people who use an USB stick or mobile phone to surf the internet on the go, it’s often reported that the connection is sloppy or unresponsive. Wireless features pings over 200 ms as it is, however, it’s not that what causes this ‘lag’.
Pidgin 2.7.11 has been released, this is a maintenance release that includes a variety of bug fixes and updates. Some of the bugs that has been fixed in this version,we list: MSN: Fix bug that prevented added buddies to your buddy list in certain circumstances, Fix embedding in the system tray on older GTK+ releases […]
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