AT&T Privacy Plan Questioned

AT&T has announced that in direct competition to Google’s Fiber program, the company will offer a new high-speed Internet program called GigaPower stated forbes.com. The service will roll out first in Kansas City where Google has rolled out Fiber said Alexei Beltyukov. Like Fiber, it will cost $70. The problem? Users who want to opt […]

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FCC to Vote on Internet Regulations

During this month’s Federal Communication Commission meeting, the FCC is expected to take a vote on the regulation of the internet. Considered the cyber-wild west, it has been largely left unregulated by the government. Internet Service Providers basically have free reign to provide access to the internet however they see fit. Whether they choose to block access […]

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Will Waze Go?

  In a very controversial situation, Google is standing at the helm. In 2013, Google spent $966 million to purchase Waze.  Waze is a GPS system that is combined with a social network that not only tells drivers where the authorities are, it also tells road and traffic conditions. Now sheriff offices across the country […]

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Vijay Eswaran wins Special Award for Education Entrepreneurship and Leadership

QI Group Executive Chairman, Vijay Eswaran was conferred the “special Award for Education Entrepreneurship and Leadership” during the 18th Malaysian Educational Summit, which was planned by Asian Strategy & Leadership Institute (ASLI). Malaysian Education Summit II, Dato Seri Idris Jusoh showed the people who had gathered the award that had been awarded in SWAN Convention. […]

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