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Highwinds acquires BandCon

Internet infrastructure service provider BandCon has been acquired by Highwinds. BandCon’s Content Delivery System compliments the new owner’s multiplatform IP service products. IP transit and transport services, content storage services, and content delivery services are some of the products of the newly merged company.

49 House of Representatives websites defaced

49 House of Representatives websites were hacked after United States President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address Wednesday night, in a similar attacks back in August 2009 on 18 House. It is still unknown where the attack came from or what political motivations does the attacker have. The websites are managed by GovTrends, based […]

Comcast settles lawsuit, pays $16M

Comcast, an internet and VoIP services provider has payed approximately $16 million to settle the dispute of traffic shaping methods. The company promised specific speeds and unlimited Internet access. Due to a bot, it impaired the use of some P2P file-sharing traffic. The company decided to settle the legal case that could otherwise prove to […]

Google DNS: gathering speed or gathering information?

Google Wave, Google Chrome, and as of December 3, 2009, the web surfing crowd now has access to Google Public DNS. The search engine company has put the latest product out as part of an overall effort to make the web faster.

Google Chrome OS relies on web applications

A recent demo of Google Chrome Operating System has provided an inside look into the structure and functionality of the new OS. Google clearly makes its bet on the Web as core working platform, providing an OS that takes its users from boot up to a connected Internet state in just seconds, with all data […]

Strato web hosting company finally sells for $409M

Deutsche Telekom has announced its plans to acquire a European-based web hosting provider Strato for a total of $409 million. Strato has customers in six European countries and it is one of the largest web hosting companies in the continent. The current owner of Strato is Freenet and it has been looking for potential buyers […]

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