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Tuesday, May 20, 2014
About Computer Networking: Do U.S. Internet Providers Purposely Slow Down Their Networks?
"Worst Internet competition? Kenai, Alaska is bad... . When i called ACSALASKA (worst telecommunications company ever) to try to upgrade to 1 mbps, they told me too many people have broadband and one of my neighbors would have to die for me to pick up his spot. Alaska: If you like fish and hate Internet, come on up."
The term Internet of Things (often abbreviated IoT) was coined more than ten years ago by industry researchers but has emerged into mainstream public view only more recently. Some claim the Internet of Things will completely transform how computer networks are used for the next 10 or 100 years, while others believe IoT is hype that won't much impact the daily lives of most people.
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