The Importance of Standard Connections Even as 5G Arrives in New York

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While some might think it a future technology, 5G wave networks are already here, albeit in limited release. And while there are plenty of reports on the current usage and changes related to the technology, we are now starting to see larger 5G coverage in major metropolitan areas, perhaps most notable among them New York City.

Yet while this happens, some might be concerned or wondering if these cities will become primarily mobile-internet based, much like some areas and cities around the world (mostly in Asia) where mobile internet is the primary point of access and the smartphone is the primary device for most people. Is there a shift that is going to be taking place?

The answer is no, and here are some reasons this should not and will not be happening:

Internet is Inexpensive and Readily Available

New York City has one of the best internet infrastructures in the world, and anyone living in or around it can easily have a wide variety of service providers to choose from, not only effectively. And in terms of value, it is one of the best places to look for service in the country.
While on the go New Yorkers may be more reliant on their data plans, but not all of them are unlimited yet, nor are they affordable for every resident. This means that the existing structures will have to remain and improve, likely working in conjunction with new technologies as they always have.

5G Isn’t as Revolutionary as You Might Believe

While previous generations of mobile internet technology truly changed what could and couldn’t be done on smartphones and related devices, there’s currently no evidence to show that there will be a similar trend with 5G. Based on most predictions, download speeds will be faster, but it will just make existing processes better, not allow for any new ones.
While innovation might occur, meaning that even faster download speeds, we suspect they will not first occur on a mobile device, and instead occur on the other devices connected to standard internet networks.
Future Planning and Projects

Whether one loves or hates the idea, there are constantly ideas about smart cities being developed and potentially implemented in the future, and while there are privacy concerns as well as optimism about the increased access to information, what it will require is internet access and infrastructure that wired connections and related wireless services can provide, being both cheaper, more widespread, and reliable. Momentum is a powerful force, and it is unlikely cities such as New York will be changing course anytime soon.

Conclusion

The issue and conundrum are not just limited to New York City, it just happens to be on the cutting edge. There will be additional cities that gain earlier access to the technology, and like before, they will have to decide what they want to invest in technologically and where. We recommend you stay aware of future developments and make sure you are able to take advantage of both new and existing technologies.

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Now we get a lot of questions considering “How to unlock BBC outside United Kingdom”. That would be the topic for my blog.

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is a British public service broadcasting statutory corporation. “Our mission is to enrich people's lives with programmes and service that inform, educate and entertain” – as they are saying. In simple words BBC are the Worldwide last news, programs and s. o. It is the largest broadcaster in the world by number of employees all over the world. The Headquarters are situated in London.

Even though the online version of BBC is great service with the latest worldwide news, it comes with a severe limitation. The BBC One programs and TV shows are available only inside United Kingdom. So if you try to go to see live news from any other country, you will see a Content Unavailable message.

The BBC is now one of the most popular and biggest channels, but it doesn't have rights to broadcast its programs outside UK. That is why it uses special techniques to set the location of its users.

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A little bit about PRISM

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People often ask questions about how to protect your privacy in the global system of interconnected computer networks from online spy programs. One of them is the PRISM data mining program which we are going to talk about.

    Prism is a national security electronic surveillance program operated by the United States National Security Agency and formally is classified as Total Secret. It was created in 2007 but the public had read about it only in June 6 , 2013 in the articles published by The Guardian and The Washington Post. It was saying that Prism is “the number one source of raw intelligence used for NSA analytic reports.”

    The director of National Intelligence (DNI) James R. Clapper confirmed the existence of Prism and said that the program operates in accordance with the law of the foreign intelligence service, the recently revised by the U.S. Congress. According to statements of special services a lot of large companies went on the active cooperation providing the access for security services to the servers like Microsoft (Hotmail), Google (Google Mail), Yahoo!, Facebook, YouTube, Skype, AOL, Apple and Paltalk. According to estimates from the Washington Post in 2010, the daily data collection system NSA (including PRISM) intercepted and recorded about 1.7 billion phone calls and e-mails

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Google plans to set up gigabit-speed fiber in Provo, Utah

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Google is acquiring a fiber-optic network owned by the city.

Google is acquiring iProvo, a fiber-optic network owned by the city of Provo, Utah, as part of a plan to introduce its high-speed broadband network called Google Fiber there.

As part of the acquisition, Google will upgrade the network to gigabit technology and finish network construction so that every home along the existing iProvo network will have the opportunity to connect to Google Fiber, the company announced in a blog post on Wednesday.

Provo Mayor John Curtis on Wednesday announced an agreement with Google to give the city access to Google Fiber. Apart from purchasing iProvo, which was set up in 2004, Google has committed to offer free Internet service at 5Mbps speed to every home along the existing iProvo network for a US$30 activation fee and no monthly charge for at least seven years. Google is also committed to provide free Gigabit Internet service to 25 local public institutions including schools, hospitals and libraries.

The price Google is paying for iProvo was not disclosed. The city decided to sell the troubled network about 18 months ago, and approached Google to purchase it.

The agreement with Provo has to be approved by a vote by the city council scheduled for Tuesday. "We intend to begin the network upgrades as soon as the closing conditions are satisfied and the deal is closed," Kevin Lo, general manager of Google Fiber wrote in a blog post. The company expects to offer services in Provo from the end of this year.

Google said earlier this month that it would roll out Google Fiber in Austin, Texas, as part of its plan to build fiber networks in an unspecified number of cities in order to demonstrate what consumers and businesses can do with 1Gbps of Internet access. The service in Austin is planned for the middle of next year.

The Internet company said in February 2010 that it planned to build and test ultra high-speed broadband networks in some trial locations across the U.S., with 1Gbps fiber-to-the-home connections. It asked for responses to its request for information (RFI) from local governments and the public.(

It started to connect homes in Kansas City, Kansas, to the Google Fiber broadband service in November last year, with the promise that the installations at Kansas City, Missouri, would start in 2013. The two cities won out over 1,000 cities that applied for the 1Gbps service in 2010. In March, Google added Olathe in Kansas to the locations where it planned to roll out the network.

In Kansas, Gigabit Internet is priced by Google at $70 per month, while high-speed Internet bundled with TV costs $120 a month. Free Internet at up to 5Mbps downstream is available for a construction fee of $300. The proposed rates for all services in Austin and Provo have not been disclosed yet.

John Ribeiro covers outsourcing and general technology breaking news from India for The IDG News Service. Follow John on Twitter at @Johnribeiro. John's e-mail address is john_ribeiro@idg.com

Microsoft’s April Patch Tuesday brings no Pwn2Own fix

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In a relatively light month for Patch Tuesday, Microsoft issued nine bulletins covering 14 vulnerabilities for April.

IDG News Service – System administrators and IT security pros can take bit of a breather: Microsoft issued a comparatively light set of patches for this edition of its monthly release of software vulnerability fixes.

"It's a boring Patch Tuesday this month, and that's an excellent thing for IT security teams because there won't be a mad dog rush to get this month's patches deployed," wrote Andrew Storms, director of security operations for security firm nCircle, in an email statement.

Perhaps the most surprising aspect of this month's issuance of patches was a high profile vulnerability that did not get covered. Many expected Microsoft to fix the Pwn2Own Internet Explorer bug unearthed earlier this year during a hacker contest, but such a fix was not included in this round. "This puts them quite a bit behind other browsers that already patched their Pwn2Own bugs," Storms noted.

Overall, Microsoft issued nine bulletins, covering 14 vulnerabilities. In contrast, the company fixed 20 vulnerabilities in March, and 57 in February.

Two of the bulletins in this month's collection were designated as critical, and the remaining seven were labelled as important. Windows desktop and server editions, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, Microsoft SharePoint and Windows Defender all need to be updated.

Security firms did advise updating Internet Explorer with the critical patches Microsoft released this month for the browser, both within the MS13-028 bulletin, affecting all supported versions of Internet Explorer, versions 6 through 10. "Attackers will be looking into how to exploit these two vulnerabilities, since attackers can target multiple versions of Internet Explorer through the use of only a couple vulnerabilities. So it is important to deploy this patch as soon as possible," wrote Marc Maiffret, chief technology officer for security firm BeyondTrust in his own analysis.

The other critical bulletin covered the Microsoft Remote Desktop client, MS13-029. This vulnerability exists in the client's ActiveX control, and could give attackers the ability to execute arbitrary code on the user's machine. Fortunately, this vulnerability is not in the latest version of Microsoft Remote Desktop client, which reduces to a considerable extent the affected number of machines, according to nCircle.

Microsoft is hosting a webcast to address customer questions about this round of patches on April 10.

Joab Jackson covers enterprise software and general technology breaking news for The IDG News Service. Follow Joab on Twitter at @Joab_Jackson. Joab's e-mail address is Joab_Jackson@idg.com

Can hardware help kill the password? Google thinks so

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Problems with Stockholm server Update

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At this moment we have problems with dedicated servers in Stockholm. We will try our best to solve the problem as fast as we can.

According to the problem with this server we are going to change it, for better and safe work.

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