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Windows 10 downloaded 75 million times
Microsoft says Windows 10 has been downloaded 75 million times in a month.
[CNN Money]

Viral comparisons
A team of comparative genomics and computational science researchers compared approximately 4,000 complete virus genomes downloaded from a public database known as GenBank. By compressing the sequence files, the team created a virus dendrogram that maps out the relationships among all the (...)
[Science daily]

Major blow for US film download case
An Australian court rules a US company must pay a huge bond if it wants the details of Australians who illegally downloaded the film Dallas Buyers Club.
[BBC]

Major blow for US film download case
An Australian court rules a US company must pay a huge bond if it wants the details of Australians who illegally downloaded the film Dallas Buyers Club.
[BBC News]

Verizon wants to make the Internet 1,000 times faster
Verizon is working on new broadband technology that is capable of delivering 10 gigabit-per-second download speeds.
[CNN Money]

Ebooks are unfamiliar waters for digital pirates, according to UK survey
Publishing sector has the lowest level of illegal downloads in the entertainment industry, with book piracy at half the rate of copyright theft in film and music For publishers, fresh from winning a landmark ruling forcing internet service providers to block illegal ebook download sites in (...)
[The Guardian]

Verizon Introduces 100/100 Mbps FiOS Internet Speed In New York Metro Area
As if things didn't move fast enough already in the New York City metro area, Verizon's new FiOS Quantum Internet speed tier for upload and download speeds is like opening up new express lanes on the highway. - - Starting today, Verizon is offering symmetrical 100 megabits per second (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Verizon Introduces 100/100 Mbps FiOS Internet Speed In New York Metro Area
As if things didn't move fast enough already in the New York City metro area, Verizon's new FiOS Quantum Internet speed tier for upload and download speeds is like opening up new express lanes on the highway. - - Starting today, Verizon is offering symmetrical 100 megabits per second (...)
[WebWire Telecommunications]

Verizon Introduces 100/100 Mbps FiOS Internet Speed In New York Metro Area
As if things didn't move fast enough already in the New York City metro area, Verizon's new FiOS Quantum Internet speed tier for upload and download speeds is like opening up new express lanes on the highway. - - Starting today, Verizon is offering symmetrical 100 megabits per second (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

Verizon Introduces 100/100 Mbps FiOS Internet Speed In New York Metro Area
As if things didn't move fast enough already in the New York City metro area, Verizon's new FiOS Quantum Internet speed tier for upload and download speeds is like opening up new express lanes on the highway. - - Starting today, Verizon is offering symmetrical 100 megabits per second (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Illegal downloads 'rife in Australia'
Nearly half of Australia's digital users illegally download movies, TV shows and music on a regular basis, a government survey finds.
[BBC News]

Sky Broadband customers targeted for allegedly pirating Robert Redford film
US firm TCYK, apparently named after film The Company You Keep, made Sky hand over details of customers accused of downloading movie Dozens of UK broadband customers have received letters from a US firm accusing them of pirating a little-known Robert Redford film and inviting them to pay a (...)
[The Guardian]

Should You Be an iOS 9 Beta Tester?
A few days ago, Apple released documentation on how any user can download and use the latest iOS beta. Apple doesn't usually run public betas, so it puts users in an interesting position. Should you do it? The Independent reviews the pros and (...)
[OSNews]

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