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24% off NETGEAR CM700 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem 1.4Gbps Certified for XFINITY, Time Warner, Charter, and More - Deal Alert

The NETGEAR CM700 High Speed Cable Modem provides a connection to high-speed cable Internet with speeds up to 1.4 Gbps. It is CableLabs certified DOCSIS 3.0 that is 32X faster than 2.0 devices. A Gigabit Ethernet port provides faster...

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26% off Portal Mesh Wi-Fi System (2-pack) - Coverage for Homes up to 6,000 sq. ft., Gigabit Speed - Deal Alert

PORTAL uses patented technologies that steers your devices to exclusive fast channels that avoid speed-sucking range-crushing congestion. The result is consistently fast reliable internet, lag-free gaming and smooth ultraHD video...

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33% off NETGEAR N300 Wi-Fi Router with High Power 5dBi External Antennas - Deal Alert

This router delivers high-performance wireless speeds of up to 300 Mbps and provides the best value for your Internet needs in your second home, apartment, dormitory, or a drop-in replacement of your legacy router.

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Democratic senators push to save net neutrality rules under Trump

Democratic senators have promised to fight any move by President Donald Trump's administration to gut the Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules.

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36% off NETGEAR AC750 WiFi Range Extender - Deal Alert

The NETGEAR AC750 Wi-Fi Range Extender boosts your existing home network by increasing Wi-Fi range and speed, delivering AC750 dual band Wi-Fi up to 750Mbps. Currently discounted 36% on Amazon.

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10 things to worry about in 2016

Yes, it's the poignant sequel to last week's reprieve: a jolly list of worries to keep you up at night this holiday season

Yes, Google Glass is hackable, but that's the least of our privacy worries

Google can't and won't reassure the U.S. Congress that Google Glass poses no threat to privacy, but for Internet users rampant cyber crime and widespread surveillance are even more pressing security concerns.

What the 'Internet of things' really means

What do we talk about when we talk about the Internet of things? With many technologies staking claim to this emerging application category, a clearer definition is in order.

Sun tests new Java Store, Java Warehouse

Sun has opened up a test version of its Java Store, which it bills as a Web site where developers can connect with millions of computer users who run Java on their desktop.

TurboLinux to help translate Open XML for Asia

TurboLinux has joined the Microsoft-funded effort to build an Open XML-ODF translator.

Java driven by the cutting edge

San Francisco (April 7, 1999) -- Java and money go hand in hand, concluded consulting firm Gartner Group, through recent in-depth research into the key industries responsible for driving in the language.

Why we care about Java

There's much confusion and debate of late about Java's true purpose and potential. Herein, author Terence Parr cuts through the clutter. He reminds you why Java is important (hint: it's not just because Java is a better programming...

How Java will bring together the Internet and telephony

Computer telephony integration will bring the features of high- tech call centers to even the smallest of companies. The Java Telephony API allows telecommunications and telephony vendors to merge their own technologies with that of...

Java jolts Jacob Javits: A high-caffeine tour

The recent Internet World in New York City proved to be a Java-o-rama. From presentations by James Gosling and Arthur van Hoff to demonstrations of new Java development environments and fascinating Java-powered network computers, Java...

Internet World: Microsoft, Sun dispute invitation to join pure Java

Boston (December 12, 1996) - Microsoft Corp. claims Sun Microsystems Inc. did not invite it to join the 100% Pure Java campaign, but Sun officials claim that's not true.

Internet World: Microsoft, Sun, Oracle, and more

Boston (December 10, 1996) -- Microsoft Corp., Sun Microsystems Inc., Oracle Corp., and others will advance their Web strategies at the Internet World show in New York this week.

Java undergoes purification ritual at Internet World

New York, (December 12, 1996) -- Before a potential audience of 50,000 Internet professionals and enthusiasts at Mecklermedia's Fall Internet World (December 11 to 13 at the Javitz Convention Center), Sun Microsystems yesterday...

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