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The third Applied Networking Research Workshop will take place on Monday, 16 July, during the IETF 102 meeting in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The full workshop program is now available online and includes...

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The Internet can provide access to healthcare, education, and economic opportunity, but many indigenous communities face challenges to Internet access and inclusion. Brian Tagaban, Director of Government...

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WifiForward Releases New Economic Assessment Outlining the Over $ 525 Billion in Value Added to the U.S. Economy in 2017 and the Potential for Future Innovation Unlocked by Unlicensed Spectrum. Today,...

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Top Internet, mobile, and telecom companies across the globe still have many steps they could take to better protect their users’ freedom of expression and privacy, a new report says. The 2018 Corporate...

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The IKEA Tradfri lights have expanded to include colors and wall-mounted flat lights. This week’s show finds me in Sweden pondering Alexa Blueprints, the Amazon Echo for kids and Amazon’s smart...

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There was an important development this month with the launch of Cloudflare’s new 1.1.1.1 DNS resolver service. This is a significant development for several reasons, but in particular it supports...

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Gemalto Breach Level Index highlights improperly secured databases in the cloud and internal threats were the fastest growing security risks for companies. Gemalto today released the latest findings...

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The August doorbell offloads a lot of computing to your phone so it can cut down on cloud costs. Image courtesy of August. Last week, I wrote about the five reasons edge computing is so essential for...

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One of the excellent things about Internet of Things (IoT) is its capability of solving the most common issues that we have around us and one of them is traffic. And the reason I would like to discuss...