Oh good, someone's decided to make a show out of the comments section. And Twitter. And Reddit. You know what? Basically the internet itself.
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There's a memorable gag from the (unfortunately revived) Arrested Development that goes like this: A character sees a brown paper bag labelled "dead dove, do not eat," opens the bag anyway, reacts in disgust, and then remarks, "I don't know what I expected." It's a pretty good approximation of how the bone hurting juice anti-meme that exploded in popularity over the weekend functions.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics’ latest figures on internet activity in Australia show a huge jump in the number of people with advertised speeds of greater than 24 Mbps (that’s megabits per second, a measure of data transfer speed).
It's come to our attention that Martin Shkreli, the dagger-faced pharma bro who won't leave the world alone, is buying up domains for the names of journalists who have written about him. He even targeted Gizmodo writers. Let's make sure this doesn't happen to you.
Whether it's a cyclone or a thunderstorm or 260km/h winds, sometimes your power goes out and takes your internet with you. Any way you look at it, when the internet is down your life is effectively on hold until it's back up again.
Women account for around 26 per cent of visitors to Pornhub, according to the site's latest insights. That's enough for a noticeable drop in traffic to be evident during the Women's March in January.
But how does the way women access porn differ to their male counterparts? Other than a standout statistic being women are far less likely to use Internet Explorer (c'mon, guys) the results of Pornhub's "Women and Technology" survey reveals Apple products are the tech of choice for the ladies.
Roughly 48 hours after its major service outage, Amazon is admitting what caused the problem. Apparently, some poor engineer at Amazon Web Services (AWS) did an oopsie and brought the internet to its knees. Oopsies are the worst!
The fact that Amazon controls a vast swath of cloud computing services became dreadfully clear on Wednesday morning when a string of errors brought countless websites to their knees. This consolidation of power is, perhaps suddenly, a very big problem.
Your wi-fi is bad. Not the internet itself. Your internet is fine. It's your wi-fi that leaves you weeping as it cuts off the minute you try to browse from the toilet, or walk down the stairs, or lean just one particular way on your bed. Some part of you has known, for a while, that you need to upgrade your router so that you can watch Netflix and porn in peace. But a lot has changed since the last time anyone in your home considered forking over cash for a wireless router.
You probably tape up your own webcam. That's just good, if a little paranoid, personal security. Others don't tape up their webcams. In fact they want you watching them and visiting locales you might never get to visit, or viewing vistas you haven't seen in a decade. So sit back, chill out, and tune into these spectacular real-time sights, all from the comfort of your computer.
Your home wi-Fi network might be a glorious model of high-speed, rock-solid internet connectivity, but is it safe? Even after you've got all of your various computers and devices hooked up, you still need to make sure the network's secured against unwelcome visitors, and here's exactly how to make sure it happens.