World’s second most populous country is now the third largest when it comes to Internet population at 73.9 million.
Japan and EU have partnered for a number of research projects including one where they aim to build a 100 Gbps internet that will cater to the explosion in worldwide data.
ICANN, as a step towards, expanding global top level domain (gTLD) names, has approved a new Domain Name Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA) that is expected to bring about waves of continued improvements in the domain name ecosystem.
So-net Entertainment, one of the ISPs in Japan, has rolled out world’s fastest internet service for home use that would provide with speeds of 2Gbps.
Commuters of Indian Railway will soon be able to access free Wi-Fi Internet in express trains if the US $1.1 million pilot project is successful it has been revealed.
Zynga in collaboration with Bwin.party Digital Entertainment will foray into the online gaming arena starting from Britain with the launch of its new range of poker and casino games.
North Korea has banned tourists from accessing the internet just a month after it relaxed 3G data restrictions allowing them to buy SIM cards with internet connectivity.
Eric Schmidt has warned that India may very well miss the Internet revolution completely for the want of proper infrastructure and advancement in technology.
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