Internet giant, Google might be planning to launch its new Android-powered VR headset during its upcoming I/O conference next week.
Multiple fiber cuts at a network provider caused service disruptions for several customers of Time Warner Cable and Cox in North-eastern states in the United States.
The service outage affected customers in a number of places including the New York City area, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Users starting complaining about the outage at around 2:45 pmEastern Time and continued to complain after several hours.
According to a new report by the Errata Security blog, the two-month-old 'Heartbleed' vulnerability is still a significant security threat. The vulnerability underscores a critical security error in the OpenSSL software which powers the systems that facilitate the secure transfer of data across the entire Internet.
On Wednesday, cable provider Cox Communications' President and CEO Pat Esser said - on Bloomberg Television's In The Loop - that the company has worked out a broadband roadmap which will enable it to offer 1 Gbps (1 gigabit per second) speeds to all residential customers.
In a move which marks Apple's response to the newly-disclosed 'Heartbleed' security vulnerability, the company has revealed in a Tuesday announcement that it has rolled out a firmware update for all 2013 AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule models.
In a Wednesday post on the Google Online Security blog, Google declared that "Street View and reCAPTCHA technology just got smarter."
Popular photo- and video-sharing site Instagram suffered an outage for several hours on Saturday. The outage prompted a number of annoyed Instagram users to voice their complaints on Twitter microblogging site.
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