Thursday, August 22, 2019

Tag: Internet

FCC Approves $1.5B Subsidy for Affordable Internet...

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission approved a monthly broadband subsidy that hopes to bridge the digital divide and provide affordable Internet access to...

Poor Blacks Still Afflicted By Digital Divide,...

http://atlantablackstar.com/wp-admin/index.php Being plugged into the internet is vital in the 21st Century, but for those who need it most — whether for doing homework or...

Big Investment Made to Provide Internet Access...

The Universal Service Fund (USF) has invested billions of dollars over the last nine years to provide Internet access to Jamaicans across the island. This...

Offshore Cables Spark Bandwidth Boom in Africa

Sparked by the arrival of major offshore cables, Africa is undergoing a mini-bandwidth boom. Operators are laying metro and long-haul fiber networks across sub-Sarahan Africa,...

Vital Advice For Your Kids About Social...

If the only thing I told my kids about sex was to use protection, would you think I was a good parent? If I...

Cuba Accuses U.S. Of Trying To Undermine...

Cuba has says the United States is helping Cuban dissidents access the internet as part of a scheme to undermine the communist government. In a...

Shift in Government Policies Threatens Africa’s Digital...

Back in the 1990s, before everyone had two mobile phones and Skype was still a distant dream, if you were an African living elsewhere,...

Study: Young People More Trusting of Internet...

The startling rate of growth seen on the web and in technology within just the past few years has revolutionized the way that we...

Social Media Continues to Boom As Google...

Google is currently working to close a deal to buy social media startup Meebo Inc. for approximately $100 million. Meebo, founded in 2005, allows...

Nigerian Entrepreneur Launches African Netflix With $8...

Jason Njoku has been busy. The Nigerian Internet entrepreneur just completed what is being called possibly the largest fundraising round in the West African...

For a Half Million People, July 9...

On July 9, your world could go black. The world of your computer, that is. According to the Associated Press, the problem began when international...