Global Geek News Podcast #53
Here are the shownotes for episode #53 for the Global Geek News Podcast. Subscribe on iTunes Download the MP3 Help support us with a $5/mo subscription! Stories: E-reader owners buy more books New York Times will start charging for online news in 2011 Microsoft asks users to dump IE6, XP because of security problems Microsoft […]
Global Geek News #10
Here are the shownotes for episode #10 for the Global Geek News Podcast. Global Geek News #10 Podcast Feed: P2P traffic to grow by 400% in 5 years P2P compliance: Schools seeing red as they shell out the green Global Anti-Piracy Day Sony says all your actions are belong to us Google releases Android source […]
Cisco Forecasts Increase in Internet Traffic. Hello Captain Obvious!
Greetings Readers! This only comes as a shock to people living under a rock, but according to Cisco, internet traffic is going to increase! Their estimates show that by the year 2012, global internet traffic will reach half a zetabyte! For those who aren’t geeky enough to know your bytes, a zetabyte is 1 trillion […]
Verizon Throws the Baby Out with the Bathwater, Screws Users
Greetings readers, In another story of consumers getting screwed, which seems to be a theme on this blog, Verizon has decided to block access to the entire alt.* USENET directory because they are too lazy to enforce their own service agreements. Reading that link will get you up to speed with all the details, but […]