We’ve spoken to O2 about the impending Skype and Nokia deal over Symbian handsets – and it’s not good news for its users.
Basically, as Skype is all about sending voice calls through data (which means calling people far away costs the same as dialling someone next to you) the amount of data used ramps up.
O2 has decided that this is against policy – and has given TechRadar the following statement:
“We do not as a general rule block access to voice over IP services on our network.
“However, in the case of unlimited data services such as our data bolt on and [...]
Many of us have been using peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing applications in our home for a while now.
What is peer-to-peer?
A peer-to-peer network, also called P2P, is composed of participants who share a portion of their resources directly available to other network participants without the need for servers or stable hosts. It was popularized by file sharing systems like Napster. It allows users to connect and transfers or shares files directly with each other’s machine.
Nowadays, P2P applications are very popular. People often use P2P to search for and download songs and movies that they [...]
ASUS details its SATA 6Gb/s and USB 3.0 motherboardsASUS announced the official debut of its new E-P7P55D and P7P55D series of motherboards specially designed for computer enthusiasts with support for USB 3.0 and SATA 6GB service / s connection. The two plates are built on Intel’s P55 chipset and is compatible with socket LGA 1156-ready i5 Core and Core i7 processors, with an option for a high-performance desktop PCs, Intel’s latest mainstream desktop technology works.
The technical specifications for the new P7P55D-E motherboard, users have access to the PC performance is made possible [...]