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Twitter use declines further

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After a huge rush of success at its birth, the social networking website Twitter is seeing substantially less tweets as time goes on for US users. According to an article at eMarketer following spectacular initial...

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iPhone Spurs Mobile Web Traffic

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Although the main focus of this year's MacWorld was the MacBook Air, last year's much touted, much hyped iPhone still managed to make waves. In data provided to the New York Times, Google disclosed that...

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XM, the leading provider of satellite radio in the United States (8.5+ million subscribers), has negotiated a deal with Hyundai. Genesis, Hyundai’s new, rear-wheel drive premium sports sedan, will be the first Hyundai brand vehicle...

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Adding itself to the small-but-growing list of ISPs that admit to traffic shaping, Canada-based Bell Simpatico has confessed to using "traffic management" on heavy users "during peak hours." "We are now using a Internet Traffic...

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Afraid of excessive bandwidth usage, ISPs have been throttling BitTorrent traffic for almost two years now. While most ISPs simply limit the available bandwidth for BitTorrent, Comcast has now taken it one step further, and...

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As gasoline prices rise, sites tracking fuel prices in hundreds of cities receive millions of visitors throughout the year. Naturally, at times the prices go down, the number of visitors drop as well. These sites...

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According to a Tuesday Nielsen/NetRatings report, traffic to the PlayStation Web site fell in February, while rivals Microsoft Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii posted double-digit growth. Compared to last year's February, visits to Playstation.com fell...

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Google has added real-time traffic data for major highways in more than 30 American cities to Google Maps. The data is color-coded to signify traffic conditions: green means no congestion; yellow minor holdups; and red...

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Avoiding Congressional intervention, Level 3 and Cogent announced on Friday that they have reached an agreement that will keep internet traffic flowing smoothly between their customers. Earlier this month Level 3 disrupted service to Cogent...

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