Threads is a new app developed by the Instagram team for sharing text. It provides a separate space for real-time updates and public conversations. The app aims to expand what Instagram does best to text, creating a positive and creative space for expressing ideas.
Scientists from ETH Zurich, in collaboration with partners from the space industry, have demonstrated terabit optical data transmission through the air in a European Horizon 2020 project. This development will allow much more cost-effective and faster backbone connections through near-earth satellite constellations via laser-based network channels.
HTTP/3 is the third major version of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), which is used to transfer data on the internet. It is the successor to HTTP/2 and is designed to improve the performance and security of web browsing.
Over the coming year, Facebook will build more ways to integrate messaging features in the app. The goal is to make it easy and convenient for people to connect and share, whether in the Messenger app or directly within Facebook.
Comcast has announced that its partner CommScope has delivered the first prototype Full Duplex DOCSIS (FDX) amplifiers to its advanced technology labs for system testing. The FDX amplifiers aim to provide symmetrical speeds across a complete network-to-home 10G loop, which is part of Comcast’s network architecture.
ARK Multicasting, a low power television broadcaster and nationwide leader in Broadcast Internet technology, has deployed its first ten stations with ATSC 3.0 technology to enable Broadcast Internet connectivity.
A UK start up, Stornaway.io, today released the world’s first game engine for YouTube, allowing filmmakers, game producers and YouTubers to make interactive films and Full Motion Video games on YouTube.
More than one billion people turn to Google Maps for essential information about how to get from place to place. This week, Google is introducing a new COVID layer in Google Maps, a tool that shows critical information about COVID-19 cases in an area so you can make more informed decisions about where to go…
A bug in Facebook’s SDK has caused a large number of iOS apps to begin crashing including Spotify, Tinder, Pinterest, and any other app that makes use of the Facebook API like PUBG and yes, even Mario Kart.
The United States typically fell within the top 10, albeit not the top position as you’d expect from the country that invented the damn thing. But that changed with the latest analysis. The US now sits in the 11th position with 25% of US households having access to speeds of up to 25 Mbps or…