Articles about Internet Protocol
16 Jun 2021Sotheby
After memes and songs, it's the turn of the World Wide Web to be auctioned off as a non-fungible token or NFT. That doesn't mean the internet—which, in all practical terms, is controlled by Google—is being sold off, but rather the 9,500 lines of code constituting its original source code.
13 Jun 2021Reddit
On June 8, a global internet outage took the world by surprise at around 3:00pm Indian Standard Time. The outage affected many prominent news outlets and social media platforms including CNN, The Verge, The New York Times, The Guardian, and Reddit.
08 Jun 2021Reddit
A global internet outage (now resolved) was reported by several internet users around 3 PM Indian Standard Time. The disruption has affected a number of websites including news portals such as CNN, The New York Times, and The Guardian in addition to platforms such as Reddit.
11 Aug 2019Mukesh Ambani
On Monday, August 12, Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) will be hosting its 42nd Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Mumbai.
17 Nov 2018Noida
Six persons were arrested from Noida on Thursday for allegedly using malware to lock up computers of American and Canadian citizens and then demanding money to fix it, police said yesterday.
03 Nov 2018Uttar Pradesh
An 18-year-old man was apprehended by the Uttar Pradesh ATS for allegedly making several calls to the Miami airport in the US and threatening to blow it up, an official said today.
12 Oct 2018Maharashtra
A call center operating illegally in Mumbra township in Thane district of Maharashtra and providing services to two US-based pharma companies, was busted and its owner was arrested, police said today.
18 Sep 2018Piyush Goyal
Not just the railway stations and coaches, now the cleanliness and security at railway hospitals will also be monitored through CCTV cameras, Railways Minister Piyush Goyal said. The hospital premises will have Wi-Fi connections for better patient care.
24 Oct 2016Spotify
Cyber hackers gained access on websites such as Twitter, Spotify, Paypal, and a host of other websites which are customers of the internet infrastructure company Dyn.