For years, developed countries have accepted and almost forgotten about the privilege of Internet access – while 4 billion people across developing nations live without it.Read More
Google has unveiled the latest project to come out of the Google X labs, named "Project Loon." It involves sending giant balloons up to beam down internet access to remote areas of the planet. They will provide a more cost effective solution for wireless coverage in regions, that would otherwise be difficult due to location.
Well, turns out you all complained loud enough for some pretty sweet compensation.
Blackberry today announced it is offering free apps worth £63 to appease customers hit by its three-day global blackout. Showing that the Canadians sure know how to apologise, RIM claimed the selection of premium apps will be offered as 'an expression of appreciation for their patience' during the disruptions.