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Why You Always End Up Paying Too Much For In-Flight WiFi

Surfing the Internet while flying used to feel like a modern miracle. But in the decade since airlines first began rolling out the service, we've come to expect that most flights will have some kind of web access. Checking email, Facebook...Show More Summary

Who’s online right now? The public can track which federal Web sites are most popular

By 11:04 a.m. Friday, 2,703 people had clicked on the Web site for the National Weather Service, which warned of tropical storms heading toward the Florida coast and more wildfires in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming. That was the most popular federal site Friday morning, and it stayed on top. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, with […]

Charles Schwab is down

Brokerage and banking service Charles Schwab is reportedly having technical issues this morning. Traders posting on Twitter and Facebook are saying they cannot log in to their accounts on the web or mobile app. Charles Schwab has been...Show More Summary

Moto G 3rd Gen. Reaches U.S. Cellular

U.S. Cellular recently made the third-generation Moto G smartphone available from its web site. The carrier is charging $0 for those who sign a contract, $129 for those who prefer prepaid service, or will finance it for $8.99 per month under an installment plan. Show More Summary

Line delays IPO plans until ‘earnings and market conditions improve’

Seoul (By Joyce Lee, Reuters) — South Korea’s largest web portal operator Naver Corp won’t decide on when to IPO its messenger app service unit Line Corp until its earnings and market conditions improve, Naver’s CFO said on Friday. Hwang’s comments were in answer to questions prompted by a Wall Street Journal report on Thursday […]

Twitter launches Music on Vine to help you discover and create music

Twitter today announced Music on Vine for iOS and Android to help users discover and create music on the short-form video sharing service. “Music has been part of Vine’s culture since the beginning,” the company says on its new website. “Now, we’re connecting you to the music you love, starting with new ways to discover and create with […]

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On the Web: Get serious about this blockchain thing - Financial Services Club Blog - "Having noted that most bankers are now saying bitcoin bad, blockchain good, here’s a nice set of quotes I’ve been gathering of what banks are actually...Show More Summary

YouTube Gaming goes live for Android, web portal to launch later today

Google is finally making its move to battle Twitch in the popular live game streaming market with the previously announced launch of YouTube Gaming. The new service aims to put the power and reach YouTube into the hands of game streaming content creators and fans.

AT&T Hotspots: Now With Advertising Injection

Jonathan Mayer, investigating how AT&T’s “free” Wi-Fi at Dulles International Airport injects ads into all non-HTTPS web pages: AT&T has an (understandable) incentive to seek consumer-side income from its free wifi service, but this model of advertising injection is particularly unsavory. Show More Summary

PayPal expands its One Touch payment system across Europe, Turkey and Australia

PayPal announced that its One Touch quick payment system for mobile and Web services is now available in 16 countries. The service has launched in Australia, Turkey and 11 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. Show More Summary

YouTube's New Gaming-Centric Hub Goes Live Today

Android/iOS/Web: YouTube’s new gaming service is set to finally roll out today. In response to services like Twitch, as well as the massive amount of gameplay videos on YouTube, the company is launching YouTube Gaming to give players a space of their own. Read more...

The Dark Web’s Biggest Marketplace Is Going on Hiatus

Administrators of the biggest current dark web market have announced the site will be temporarily closed, claiming that recent research suggests the server locations of Tor hidden services could be discovered. If true, this could risk revealing sensitive information about the site and its owners. Show More Summary

Amazon's Swagger Importer Points to New Wave of API Automation Tooling

Automating API discovery and integrating APIs into management workflows is becoming easier with a new generation of tools like AWS’s API Gateway Swagger Importer Tool. Amazon Web Services Labs has introduced an automatic Swagger Importer tool for its API Gateway service. Show More Summary

TuneIn’s new Premium tier removes the ads and introduces sports and audiobook stations

TuneIn is going freemium. The Web radio service today announced a paid subscription that offers some notable benefits over the standard free tier. First up, you’ll gain access to 600 commercial-free music stations. Thats a small portion of TuneIn’s over 100,000 total stations, but should still be an ample selection for you to choose from. Show More Summary

Cablevision Agrees To Offer CBS’ Web Services To Broadband Subs

Cablevision will become the first cable or satellite company to offer broadband customers CBS All Access and Showtime’s streaming service, the companies say this morning as they announced a renewal of their program carriage agreement. Show More Summary

Amazon Web Services Engineer Bootcamp Bundle + Ruby on Rails: 2-year subscription

Don’t Miss out on these Deals! Amazon Web Services Engineer Bootcamp Bundle for just $29 If you need to deploy any kind of application, especially one that needs room to grow, Amazon is a great place to host it. These four courses show you how to configure the perfect AWS setup. Show More Summary

Create an ASP.NET Web API web service to send authenticated emails with Office 365

How to create a centralized web service to send authenticated emails through Office 365 using ASP.NET Web API

13 Ways to Drive #Sales With Your Company Blog

A company blog is essential for establishing your place on the Web. Check out how entrepreneurs used their own blogs to drive product or service sales. The post 13 Ways to Drive #Sales With Your Company Blog appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Reserve Acquires Set For Service, A Startup Offering Guest Management Tools For Restaurants

Reserve, a “dining concierge” startup that helps users with restaurant reservations and payments, has acquired bootstrapped New York City company Set for Service. Set for Service offers a web and iPhone app (pictured below) that serves...Show More Summary

India Is 4th Largest Victim Of DDoS Attacks; Web Application & Gaming Favorite Targets For Criminals – Akamai

Denial of Service Attacks (DDoS) has doubled in the last three months; and India has emerged as 4h largest victim of these attacks. India accounted for 7.43% of all DDoS attacks, whereas with 37.01%, China is the top victim. US shared 17.88% while UK had 10.21% of all DDoS attacks happening globally. Show More Summary

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