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Apr
28

Internet Speeds by Country – Fastest Internet In The World Map

Internet Speeds by Country – Fastest Internet In The World Map




Average Internet Speeds By Country

This interactive global map shows average internet speeds by country. Hover over a country to reveal the average internet speed. Click on a link in the index to see top 10 fastest internet speeds by average, for specific global regions.

How is average internet speed for each country measured?

Speeds are measured in Megabits Per Second (Mbps) and map data is sourced from the Q4 2015 State of the Internet Report. Analysis from more than 200 trillion requests to the Akamai CDN platform, from 149 countries worldwide. Business and residential internet connection speeds included, from unique IPs. Mobile network speeds excluded.

For more recent average internet speed updates, jump to the latest internet speed by country data:

IMPORTANT: Internet speeds in each country are AVERAGE speeds.

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Apr
23

Computers for Beginners/The Basics – Wikibooks, open books for an open world

A computer is an electronic device that accepts data as input, processes data into information, stores information for future uses, and outputs the information whenever it is needed.

Brief History[edit]

A large computer used in the 1940s.

Computers, by a wider definition, have been around for thousands of years. One of the earliest computers was the abacus, series of beads arranged on metal rods. Beads could be slid back and forth to operate on numbers. This was a very rudimentary device and is not commonly thought of as a computer in modern times. Our idea of computers involves electricity and electronics.

Electricity makes computers much more efficient. The first computers used an incredible amount of electricity, which changed voltages in vacuum tubes to operate the computer. These computers were given instructions using punch cards, and were behemoths, taking up entire floors of buildings. Only the more privileged

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Apr
22

Internet Stats Today – The Internet World Stats BlogInternet Stats Today

This subject might seem strange in the Internet Stats pages, however it is a great Internet Marketing indicator. A low unemployment rate means that the country enjoys a healthy economy. It also indicates a good potential market for selling your products or services. Here is the link to the page: https://www.internetworldstats.com/list4.htm


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The Europe Page and the European Union Page at Internet World Stats have both been updated and uploaded. Click on these links to surf the new content.


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For Asia and the Middle East, Internet World Stats has added the GNI per capita figures for the year 2017 from the World Bank records. This has given surprising results and helps understand the country statistics numbers.

The GNI per capita is the dollar value of a country’s final income in a year, divided by its population. It will be reflecting

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Apr
13

Future technology: 22 ideas about to change our world

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Self-healing ‘living concrete’

Bacteria growing and mineralising in the sand-hydrogel structure © Colorado University Boulder/PA

Bacteria growing and mineralising in the sand-hydrogel structure © Colorado University Boulder/PA

Scientists have developed what they call living concrete by using sand, gel and bacteria.

Researchers said this building material has structural load-bearing function, is capable of self-healing and is more environmentally friendly than concrete – which is the second most-consumed material on Earth after water.

The team from the University of Colorado Boulder believe their work paves the way for future building structures that could “heal their own cracks, suck up dangerous toxins from the air or even glow on command”.

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Living robots

Scientists create ‘living robot’ © Douglas Blackiston/Tufts University/PA

© Douglas Blackiston/Tufts University/PA

Tiny hybrid robots made using stem cells from frog embryos could one day be used to swim around human bodies to specific areas requiring medicine, or to gather microplastic in the oceans.

“These are novel living machines,” said Joshua Bongard, a computer scientist and robotics expert

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Apr
10

Computer Organisation – Wikibooks, open books for an open world

Computer Architecture[edit]

2.1.1 Outline the architecture of the central processing unit (CPU) and the functions of the arithmetic logic unit (ALU) and the control unit (CU) and the registers within the CPU.

A major defining point in the history of computing was the realisation in 1944–1945 that data and instructions to manipulate data were logically the same and could be stored in the same place. The computer design built upon this principle, which became known as the von Neumann Architecture, is still the basis for computer today. Although the name honours John von Neumann, a brilliant mathematician who worked on the construction of the atomic bomb, the idea probably originated with J. Presper Echkert and John Mauchly, two other early pioneers who worked on the ENIAC at the Moore School at the University of Pennsylvania during the same time period.

von Neumann Architecture[edit]

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Apr
5

10 Futurist Predictions in the World of Technology

Futurists can dish out some exciting and downright scary visions for the future of machines and science that either enhance or replace activities and products near and dear to us.

Being beamed from one location to another by teleportation was supposed to be right around the corner/in our lifetime/just decades away, but it hasn’t become possible yet. Inventions like the VCR that were once high tech — and now aren’t — proved challenging for some: The VCR became obsolete before many of us learned how to program one. And who knew that working with atoms and molecules would become the future of technology? The futurists, of course.

Forecasting the future of technology is for dreamers who hope to innovate better tools — and for the mainstream people who hope to benefit from the new and improved. Many inventions are born in the lab and never make it into the consumer

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Apr
5

One Gadget World

If someone is going to ask you that what Smartphone brands you are hoping to see in 2016, you may answer Samsung Galaxy S7 or iPhone 7. However, there is no plausibility of specifying the top of the line gadgets of minimal known brands.

There are numerous minimal referred brands those are not built up as much as Samsung and Apple, however, they find themselves able to deliver remarkable gadgets. Along these lines, they are worth to be known by the cell phone lover.

HTC One M10 or HTC 2

HTC One M10 will be a noteworthy threat to the up and coming to Samsung and Apple cell phones because of its exceptional specification. As per our sources it might include the best of screen technology and definitely going to support 1920*1080 screen resolution with 5.2-inch display, which will be developed with a sapphire that will improve its strength fundamentally.

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Apr
4

WildBlue World : Usage Gadget FAQs

OUR USAGE GADGET HELPS YOU MONITOR YOUR BANDWIDTH USAGE

Here’s everything you need to know.

Please note: This chart is updated periodically and may not reflect your most recent usage. Though not common, it can take up to 24 hours to update the chart. Please use this only as a guide to help monitor your usage totals. Usage is measured within a 30-day rolling period and does not correspond with your billing cycle.

WildBlue Bandwidth Usage Gadget for Google Start Page

The WildBlue Usage Gadget looks like this.

What is the WildBlue Bandwidth Usage Gadget?
It’s a tool you can add to your WildBlue.net home page to monitor your bandwidth usage for the last 30 days.

How do I add the gadget?
Once you’re logged in, click “Add Stuff” on the right side of the WildBlue Start Page. The usage gadget is called “WildBlue Bandwidth Usage.”

Click here for detailed, step-by-step instructions (to see all the steps, click

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Apr
2

Technological Progress – Our World in Data

In the chart shown we see the price changes in goods and services in the United States from 1997-2017, measured as the percentage price change since 1997. Positive values indicate an increase in prices since 1997, and negative values represent a price decline. Here we see a distinct divide between consumer durables and technologies (which have typically seen a price decline), and service-based purchases (which have increased in price).

A combination of industrial offshoring, technological innovation and economies of scale have resulted in a price decline in goods such as televisions (-96% since 1997), software (-67%), toys (-69%), and clothing (-4%). In contrast, the prices of goods and services such as education, childcare, medical care, and housing have increased significantly, rising by 150%, 110%, 100% and 58%, respectively.

The observed rise in costs of services may be partly attributed to the so-called ‘Baumol’s cost disease‘, which is an important exception

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