Bulk data transfer is very common on fast Internet connection like 3G services claiming a download speed up to 21 Mbps or broadband speed of 2 – 100 Mbps. Most of the time, huge data transfer means downloading movies or other video files. Here is how you can calculate data transfer time using WolframeAlpha.
Now a days, we have different kind of Internet connections like Wireless 3G, Broadband, Cable etc. Internet speed test will show you the current speed for download and upload, and based on that stat, you can check whether your ISP is giving claimed speed or not.
Internet users are growing day by day and so is the broadband speed in different parts of world. But still the browsing speed difference is huge in different countries for the broadband users. Ookla, the same company which owns Speedtest.net, recently launched a portal named “Net Index” where you can check average speed of broadband connection in different parts of world. South Korea is on the top position with 36.5 Mbps. US is on 26′th Postition with 7.69 Mbps and India on 122′nd with 1.33 Mbps.
Google has unveiled Google TV as per the schedule in their Google I/O conference in San Francisco. There were lot many rumors going on on Web but now most of things are clear. Technical side of Google TV and even the release timelines and development initialization are more clear now. Here are some important updates about Google TV.
Internet users are increasing day by day in India and other parts of world, so companies are now being prepared to provide best wireless Internet experience to its users. In recent past, India has got lot many wireless service providers and initially they were providing an internet connection at speed of around 144 Kbps which was better than dialup but much lower than the broadband services. But now Reliance, Tata Indicom, Virgin Mobile etc. have launched wireless broadband services with much better speed.
Yesterday I purchased Reliance Netconnect Broadband+, a wireless broadband service data card from Reliance outlet. And I thought to share the unboxing experience with you all.