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A new round of internet-related disputes may soon have you scratching your head

A new wave of disputes over the rights and obligations of internet service providers and other companies may be starting to crop up.It’s the latest development in a series of escalating tensions between the internet industry and major online services, which have already included disputes over net neutrality, a requirement that internet service provider content

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Why you need to take care of your web site in 2017

By Mark DreyerThe number of websites running in Google’s web server has doubled in the past five years to a whopping 790 million websites, and it’s grown by more than 50% since 2008.In 2017, we saw a huge explosion of web apps, with the number of Google Apps websites climbing from more than 200 million

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How to get your child support payments back in Ohio

UPDATE: 8:50 p.m.A court order issued Thursday to shut down a statewide child support Web portal has blocked access to the site for the past five hours, Ohio Child Support Agency spokesman David Kucera said.Kucera confirmed that the order has been signed by Judge Paul L. Murguia in the Cleveland suburb of Euclid.The judge is

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How to upgrade your android device with the Samsung Wifi app

In case you haven’t heard about it yet, Samsung is finally rolling out the Samsung Wi-Fi app on its latest Android phones.The Wifi update comes with a few new features, including the ability to share your home Wi-fi network with your friends and family.But if you’re using an older Android device, you’ll need to update

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When is a browser ready for a new web app?

The answer is never.A new web application must first be built with a browser in mind.If you have a new site up and running, you’ll need to install a few browser addons to support it.A browser is required for most of the features we’ll be covering today, including images and JavaScript, so we’ll need a

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Square enix: The company is not selling its iOS games to the iPhone platform

Enix has become the first Japanese company to admit that it’s not selling games on iOS.The announcement comes as the company continues to lose market share in the smartphone game market.Enix recently lost the battle to compete with Microsoft’s Xbox Live Arcade.Apple and other major publishers have been aggressively targeting console players with their games.Enix