Aperto Networks, a company involved in building WiMax base stations and subscriber units, today announced that it has bagged BSNLâ€™s order for rolling out carrier-grade WiMax Forum certified products. WiMAX, defined as Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access is “a standards-based technology enabling the delivery of last mile wireless broadband access as an alternative to cable and DSL”. Aperto Networks develops and delivers the worldâ€™s most advanced WiMAX broadband wireless products for service providers.
You can now harness the power of Google to build your very own search engine tailored to sites you want to search. Google has just launched Custom Search Engine. All you have to do is give it a name and select which sites you want it to search from.
Associated Press reports that a High School has ordered school children to remove their personal blogs to protect themselves from cyberpredators. This ofcourse has raked up a controversy with blogging community crying lack for free speech while others crying protection. Well, like I said before privacy and blogging is all upto you.
Splog is short for a “Spam Blog”. This is a blog with absolutely no useful information made for targeting search engines. Most of the slogs I have seen gather their content automatically usually gathering that from other sites by robbing their feeds or by random generation of content.
Tim O’Reilly in his article What Is Web 2.0? attempts to clarify Web 2.