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Qwant Wants to Be Alternative to Google

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​2014’s top three depressing network stories

I wish I could say things were just peachy on the networking side of computing and the Internet in 2014 but I can’t. 2014 was not a good year for networks and the Internet. 2015 will be worse. True, software-defined networking (SDN), especially in open-source projects such as OpenDaylight, will be revolutionizing data-center networking. Within the data-center we’re also seeing… Read more →

​2014’s top three depressing network stories

I wish I could say things were just peachy on the networking side of computing and the Internet in 2014 but I can’t. 2014 was not a good year for networks and the Internet. 2015 will be worse. True, software-defined networking (SDN), especially in open-source projects such as OpenDaylight, will be revolutionizing data-center networking. Within the data-center we’re also seeing… Read more →

Google discloses unpatched Windows vulnerability

A Google researcher named forshaw has discovered and disclosed a privilege escalation bug in Windows. I have contacted both Microsoft and Google for comment and will update the story with any reactions I receive. Forshaw included a proof of concept (POC) program for the vulnerability. He says he has only tested it on an updated Windows 8.1 and that it… Read more →

Singapore wraps up 2014 with ‘smart’ ambitions, missteps

Another year is about to wrap up and for Singapore’s IT industry, 2014 will probably be marked as the year where much data was harvested, as well as leaked. The government in June unveiled its ambitious plan to transform the country into a “smart nation”, rolling out several initiatives to “tap the potential of infocomm and media” to improve living… Read more →

Singapore wraps up 2014 with ‘smart’ ambitions, missteps

Another year is about to wrap up and for Singapore’s IT industry, 2014 will probably be marked as the year where much data was harvested, as well as leaked. The government in June unveiled its ambitious plan to transform the country into a “smart nation”, rolling out several initiatives to “tap the potential of infocomm and media” to improve living… Read more →

Singapore wraps up 2014 with ‘smart’ ambitions, missteps

Another year is about to wrap up and for Singapore’s IT industry, 2014 will probably be marked as the year where much data was harvested, as well as leaked. The government in June unveiled its ambitious plan to transform the country into a “smart nation”, rolling out several initiatives to “tap the potential of infocomm and media” to improve living… Read more →

Singapore wraps up 2014 with ‘smart’ ambitions, missteps

Another year is about to wrap up and for Singapore’s IT industry, 2014 will probably be marked as the year where much data was harvested, as well as leaked. The government in June unveiled its ambitious plan to transform the country into a “smart nation”, rolling out several initiatives to “tap the potential of infocomm and media” to improve living… Read more →

Singapore wraps up 2014 with ‘smart’ ambitions, missteps

Another year is about to wrap up and for Singapore’s IT industry, 2014 will probably be marked as the year where much data was harvested, as well as leaked. The government in June unveiled its ambitious plan to transform the country into a “smart nation”, rolling out several initiatives to “tap the potential of infocomm and media” to improve living… Read more →

Singapore wraps up 2014 with ‘smart’ ambitions, missteps

Another year is about to wrap up and for Singapore’s IT industry, 2014 will probably be marked as the year where much data was harvested, as well as leaked. The government in June unveiled its ambitious plan to transform the country into a “smart nation”, rolling out several initiatives to “tap the potential of infocomm and media” to improve living… Read more →

Singapore wraps up 2014 with ‘smart’ ambitions, missteps

Another year is about to wrap up and for Singapore’s IT industry, 2014 will probably be marked as the year where much data was harvested, as well as leaked. The government in June unveiled its ambitious plan to transform the country into a “smart nation”, rolling out several initiatives to “tap the potential of infocomm and media” to improve living… Read more →