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Inventor of the World Wide Web Sir Tim Berners-Lee (pictured) cautioned on a growing digital divide which had widened during the current Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, while urging technology companies to respect user rights with the products they create.

In a letter published on the 32nd anniversary of the formation of the World Wide Web, Berners-Lee and Rosemary Leith, co-founder of the pair’s Web Foundation organisation, said a third of the world’s young people had no internet access at all and only the top third of under-25s had a home internet connection, citing UNICEF.

This, the pair said,

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Amazon and Flipkart act as online marketplaces for a host of things. Apart from smartphones, you can buy accessories, small gadgets like speakers, headphones, and many other things on e-commerce sites. There are so many options on these sites that sometimes it gets difficult to discover the right products. If you’re looking to stock up on cool gadgets without shelling out too much money, we’ve listed some quirky gadgets under Rs. 500 that you can buy right now via online sites like Amazon or Flipkart.

Flipkart SmartBuy M7012 Wireless Optical Mouse

Anyone who hates using a trackpad on a laptop

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The Motley Fool Take

If you’re in the market for a smallish tech company with lots of potential and a reasonable price, check out Super Micro Computer Inc., which makes customized servers for large data center clients. Its business was disrupted by COVID-19, and last quarter’s revenue fell 5{a7758c3706987b952e6c06b8e84de22b0478c6ec9e4b4c13f69a9ea693861278} year over year. The company is starting to recover from the slowdown, though.

Super Micro is about to ramp up sales beyond its original customer base. It’s completing a build-out of its Taiwan campus, which will allow it to produce high volumes of cloud servers at lower costs. In addition, it’s

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When the coronavirus pandemic shut down schools, educators had to figure out how to get kids online. Fast.

In a patchwork approach born of desperation, they scrounged wireless hot spots, struck deals with cable companies and even created networks of their own.

With federal relief money and assistance from state governments and philanthropists, they have helped millions of students get online for distance learning. Still, a year into the pandemic, millions of others remain without internet because of financial hurdles and logistical difficulties in getting students what they need.

There will soon be more money for schools to provide internet,

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A year ago, as we contemplated the prospect of weeks or months sheltering in place, we thought up a novel community service project. People were stuck at home. Could we help them use their free time to learn a valuable new skill? Could we teach an online course for thousands centered around real human community? For each of us, computer science is the closest thing in the world to real magic. Even more than studying it, we love to share it. We and a team of colleagues set out to turn Stanford’s introductory coding class, CS106A, into a massive virtual

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This will age me, but I remember the old days of Search Engine Optimization (SEO). In the 2000s and even the early part of the 2010s, an organized group of people with a grudge could work together to redefine a word or a name and “teach” Google to point traffic searching that term to go somewhere they chose. Don’t believe me? Ask Rick Santorum.

Times have changed; with AI and more advanced algorithms, Google is no longer so easily tricked. Indeed, it has gotten pretty difficult to to rank for desirable terms (though at Spring Insight we

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The Internet and Mobile Association of India has issued a plea to government not to ban digital currencies, but to regulate instead, as a means to unlock the “considerable benefits” of the digital currency sector.

The body, which represents ISPs, mobile networks and other digital businesses in India, said the government should instead introduce “robust mechanisms” for regulating the sector, in order to encourage job creation and economic growth.

In particular, the Internet and Mobile Association of India pointed to the scale and significance of cryptocurrency as an emerging sector in highlighting the need for a more pragmatic policy approach.

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Netflix Launches Rs 299 Plan For Mobile+Computer Access

Netflix is all set to trigger a new price war with a new and a very cheap plan! The leading OTT platform is planning to launch a new plan worth Rs. 299 and offer both mobile and computer access for the viewers. 

The current cheapest plan of Netflix is at Rs. 199, and it offers a mobile only access to customers.

Read on to find out more about the Rs. 299 plan by Netflix!

Netflix Launches New Plan For Rs. 299; Offers Mobile+Computer Access

The new plan by Netflix, Mobile+, is priced

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