• Facebook's Aquila Internet Drone Completes First Flight

    Facebook's Aquila Internet Drone Completes First Flight

    They are empowered WiFi takes to the skies in the form of Aquila, a self-piloting Facebook drone with a wingspan greater than that of a Boeing 737.It's another move by companies such as Facebook and Google to deliver internet services through unconventional means.
  • Facebook's Aquila Internet Drone Completes First Flight

    Facebook's Aquila Internet Drone Completes First Flight

    They are empowered WiFi takes to the skies in the form of Aquila, a self-piloting Facebook drone with a wingspan greater than that of a Boeing 737.It's another move by companies such as Facebook and Google to deliver internet services through unconventional means.
  • US Internet Speeds Improve, Still Lag Behind Other Countries

    US Internet Speeds Improve, Still Lag Behind Other Countries

    net is a global broadband speed test by Ookla, which specializes in speed testing and web-based network diagnostic apps.The site recently released its Speedtest Market Report, which sheds light on internet speed growth and top service providers.
  • US Internet Speeds Improve, Still Lag Behind Other Countries

    US Internet Speeds Improve, Still Lag Behind Other Countries

    net is a global broadband speed test by Ookla, which specializes in speed testing and web-based network diagnostic apps.The site recently released its Speedtest Market Report, which sheds light on internet speed growth and top service providers.
  • 10 IoT Security Best Practices For IT Pros

    10 IoT Security Best Practices For IT Pros

    IT professionals have to treat internet of things (IoT) vulnerabilities as they would vulnerabilities in databases or web applications.Any flaw may prove useful to compromise other systems on the network.
  • 10 IoT Security Best Practices For IT Pros

    10 IoT Security Best Practices For IT Pros

    IT professionals have to treat internet of things (IoT) vulnerabilities as they would vulnerabilities in databases or web applications.Any flaw may prove useful to compromise other systems on the network.
  • Google Fiber Planning Wireless Broadband Tests

    Google Fiber Planning Wireless Broadband Tests

    Complex threats execute over time and the traditional security solutions model is limited to visib Google Fiber, the low-cost, high-speed broadband service provider, is planning a shift from physical pipes to wireless deployment of the web, according to an FCC filing.In addition to expansion and acquisitions, Alphabet's Google Fiber, which provides low-cost, high-speed internet access through physical infrastructure, is looking for permission to test a wireless version of the service.
  • Google Fiber Planning Wireless Broadband Tests

    Google Fiber Planning Wireless Broadband Tests

    Complex threats execute over time and the traditional security solutions model is limited to visib Google Fiber, the low-cost, high-speed broadband service provider, is planning a shift from physical pipes to wireless deployment of the web, according to an FCC filing.In addition to expansion and acquisitions, Alphabet's Google Fiber, which provides low-cost, high-speed internet access through physical infrastructure, is looking for permission to test a wireless version of the service.
  • Google Fiber May Switch Over to Wireless to Expand Quicker

    Google Fiber May Switch Over to Wireless to Expand Quicker

    Today, Fiber has reached just seven cities (with five more under construction) and is being paused in select markets as Google tries to re-think its move into the high-speed internet business, according to the Wall Street Journal.Because building out a physical network like Fiber isn’t cheap or quick, Google may switch to a wireless internet route.
  • Google Fiber Plots Wireless Service Despite Rollout Delays

    Google Fiber Plots Wireless Service Despite Rollout Delays

    A new report finds that Google Fiber is being hampered by a slow and costly rollout of its physical high-speed internet service.Up to this point, Fiber has provided low-cost, high-speed internet access through physical infrastructure in the locales it serves.
  • Google Fiber Plots Wireless Service Despite Rollout Delays

    Google Fiber Plots Wireless Service Despite Rollout Delays

    A new report finds that Google Fiber is being hampered by a slow and costly rollout of its physical high-speed internet service.To overcome delays and cost overruns, the company is reportedly looking at wireless alternatives.
  • AT&T Gigabit Internet Coming to 11 More US Regions

    AT&T Gigabit Internet Coming to 11 More US Regions

    AT&T is bringing its gigabit Internet service to 11 new metro areas.AT&T first rolled out gigabit speeds in Austin, Texas in 2014.
  • Comcast to Expand 1TB Data Cap Rollout

    Comcast to Expand 1TB Data Cap Rollout

    It's already live in more than a dozen regions, as outlined on Comcast's website.The company over the summer boosted its residential data cap in test areas from 300GB to 1TB.
  • Sprint to Offer 1M Low-Income Students Free Devices, Data

    Sprint to Offer 1M Low-Income Students Free Devices, Data

    The Internet is a blessing to many a school-aged kid trying to get through the night's homework assignment, but what if your home has no Internet access?It happens all too often in poorer neighborhoods, but Sprint's new initiative will provide 1 million high school students with free devices and wireless connections.
  • DDoS Attackers Exploited Insecure IoT Gadgets From Chinese Company

    DDoS Attackers Exploited Insecure IoT Gadgets From Chinese Company

    A Chinese electronics manufacturer admitted that its products inadvertently contributed to last week's massive cyberattack that knocked popular Web services offline.One big part of the problem: the Mirai botnet, which scours the Web for poorly protected IoT-connected devices and enlists them to overwhelm a target with online traffic, causing an outage.
  • Quick Heal Internet Security 17

    Quick Heal Internet Security 17

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  • Mirai Botnet Moves to Take Liberia Offline

    Mirai Botnet Moves to Take Liberia Offline

    The Mirai botnet, which unleashed a massive DDoS attack that crippled US Internet access last month, may have been used in another attempt to take the entire country of Liberia offline this week.ZDNet reports that a Mirai-based botnet, called "Botnet 14," has spent much of the past week intermittently attacking IP addresses of the two telecom operators that co-own the only fiber cable coming into the West African nation of Liberia.
  • ESET Internet Security 10

    ESET Internet Security 10

    Like ESET NOD32 Antivirus 10, this app's main window showcases an image of ESET's serene cyborg mascot.Kaspersky, Norton, BullGuard Internet Security, and quite a few others list all sites visited; ESET sticks to blocked sites.
  • F-Secure Internet Security (2017)

    F-Secure Internet Security (2017)

    Compare Similar ProductsCompare Kaspersky Internet Security (2017) %displayPrice% Bitdefender Internet Security 2017 %displayPrice% Trend Micro Internet Security (2017) %displayPrice% Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus (2016) %displayPrice% McAfee Internet Security (2017) %displayPrice% Symantec Norton Security Deluxe (2017) %displayPrice% McAfee LiveSafe (2017) %displayPrice% Symantec Norton Security Premium (2017) %displayPrice% Bitdefender Total Security Multi-Device 2017 %displayPrice% Comodo Internet Security Complete 8 %displayPrice% Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Complete %displayPrice% Kaspersky Total Security (2017) %displayPrice% McAfee Total Protection (2017) %displayPrice% Trend Micro Maximum Security (2017) %displayPrice% For $69.Bitdefender Internet Security 2017 and Kaspersky cost $10 more for three licenses, but both are significantly richer in features than F-Secure.
  • Tech Giants: IoT Security Is Terrible, Here's How to Fix It

    Tech Giants: IoT Security Is Terrible, Here's How to Fix It

    The plan, published on Tuesday by the Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group, argues for a major shift in the way device manufacturers approach security.They should be "restrictive instead of permissive," meaning instead of automatically allowing Internet traffic, in some cases without a password or firewall, IoT devices of the future should be inaccessible to inbound connections by default.