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India positioned fourth in the midst of top ten internet users

The escalating faith on the web build India stands fourth with the country being home for 81 million net users. The sum of internet users in the world is 134, 85, 72,040 by the end of 2007 and Asia is the core of about 568.7 million users.

The United States of America is on top of the chart with 220 million net users whereas China and Japan pursue with 210 million and 88.1 million users, in the same way. Next to India, Brazil set at the fifth rank with 53.1 million users. As stated by the statistics which was revealed by the Internet Governance Forum, United Kingdom stands as sixth uppermost internet usage center with 40.2 million citizens being accessible to the internet, followed by Germany with 39.1 million users, Republic of Korea with 35.5 million users, and Italy with 32 million users and France with 31.5 million users.

But if we consider broadband connection, India has no place in the top ten nations. But U.S. occupies first position with 73.2 million connections. The other countries who had bagged a position in the broadband chart are China with 66.4 million connections, followed by Japan with 28.28 million, Germany with 19.6 million, UK with15.6 million, France with 15.5 million, Republic of Korea with 14.7 million, Italy with 10.8 million, and Canada with nine million and Spain with eight million.


Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008 Internet News No Comments

Mobile Web

The Mobile Web refers to the access to wireless data services using a mobile device such as cell phones, PDAs, and other portable are connected to a mobile telecoms network. The service can be to the traditional WWW (World Wide Web) or to any one of more limited service platforms such as WAP (Wireless Application Protocol), i-Mode and Blackberry services.

While many think that mobile web or mobile Internet means access to the traditional Internet using a mobile phone or device. The access to the traditional Internet, but it can be to less than the Internet, as typically is with WAP services, or it can be to more than the Internet, the data services that do not even exist on the traditional Internet, such as SMS text messaging and ring tones. The mobile web is similar to, but not identical to the traditional Internet and WWW.

However, Mobile Web access today still suffers some usability problems. This is in part due to the small physical size of the screens of the mobile devices and in part due to the incompatibility of many mobile devices with not only computer operating systems, but also the format of much of the information available on the Internet.

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Friday, June 13th, 2008 Internet News No Comments

Next Generation iPhone

Apple organization is going to release its next generation iPhone later this year. Apple’s chief executive Steve Jobs, revealed last Monday about this low cost, faster and more powerful iPhone.

This new model fixes some of the most obvious failing of its first iPhone, which was released almost a year back. Analysts said that this clearly indicates the Apple’s aim on to challenge Nokia for its domination on the international mobile phone market.

Most importantly the iPhone2.0 as Jobs called it, runs on 3G mobile networks rather than the slower Edge networks, and will sell for $199 for an 8GB device and $299 for a 16GB model. The original 8GB device sold for $599 when it went on sale last year.

Added to these new mobile features, it has GPS location tracking and is slightly thinner, has a full plastic back, solid metal buttons, 3.5-inch (9-centimetre) display, improved battery life, camera, a flush headphone jack and improved audio. The new model will go on sale on July 11.

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Wednesday, June 11th, 2008 Internet News No Comments

What is HTTP and HTTPS?

HTTP stands for Hyper Text Transport Protocol, which is mostly used for transferring information back and forth between web servers and clients. HTTPS stands for Hyper Text Transport Protocol Secure. It transfers the data between web servers and clients in a more secure Way.

If you visit a website or webpage, and take a look at the address in the web browser, it will probably start with the following: http://. This means that the website is communicating to your browser using an ‘unsecure’ language. In other words, it is possible for an unknown person to “eavesdrop” on your computer’s conversation with the website. If you fill out a form on the website, someone might see the information you send to that site.

But if the web address commence with https://, which basically means your computer is conversing to the website in a secure code that no one can eavesdrop on.

This is why you never enter your credit card number in a HTTP website!

If a website whenever requests you to enter your credit card details, you should involuntarily look to observe if the web address begins with https://. If it doesn’t, there’s no way you’re going to enter sensitive information like a credit card number!

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Tuesday, May 27th, 2008 Internet News No Comments
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