Victoria Nostalgic Internet Radio comes with retro looks

On August 17, 2011, in Gadgets, Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

Combination of retro looks and modern technology has always been a successful dual, and if you’re looking for such a device, Grace Digital has something for you.

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At the Cable Show 2011 conference in Chicago, ARRIS has demoed a new technology that delivers 4.5 Gbps download and 575 Mbps upload speeds over a cable connection. The system steals its bandwidth from DOCSIS cable channels, about 128 channels are pilfered for the downstream and 24 for the upstream connection. Despite the advancement, costs will mean that the likelihood of seeing this tech within our household anytime soon is still pretty slim. But lets look on the bright side, this sort of speed will be most welcomed whatever it is we’re trying to stream or download off the internet.

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Internet has become a crucial part of our lives, but how many of us are actually addicted to Internet? Team of researchers has conducted a survey and here are the results.

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Firefox 4 has been worked on for a long time now by the Mozilla team, they have allowed everyone to test out all their release candidates. The RC2 which was released Saturday is said to be the exact same as the official release that is tomorrow March 22, 2011.

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We see all sorts of Kinect hacks almost every week, but we don’t recall one that allows you to use Kinect for ‘swimming through’ the internet. I also don’t think that’s something on everyone’s mind, but there you go.

David Stolarsky created this hack as a part of the OpenNI Developer Challenge, and it’s called the SwimBrowser. The name is quite self-explanatory, so it’s quite obvious that you’ll use all sorts of swimming moves in order to navigate through web pages.

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You probably know that Facebook is the most popular site in the United States, but have you wondered how much Facebook is actually worth? Latest research tells us that Facebook is now the second most valuable internet company in the world.

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Internet Speed – 1 Gbps. If you understand the gravity of this situation then you better be ready to enjoy broadband speed which will be out of this world. Google has always wanted to launch the 1 Gbps internet connections, and Comcast was planning the 105 Mbps internet speed, but it seems like Chattanooga has come up with something that others were just planning.

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