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Why Internet Outages Have Become Quite Frequent Recently

Were you trying to search for amber tiles online when there was an internet outage? There are many reasons for internet outage from network congestion to censor ships, cyber attacks or errors. A week ago, the outage was caused by Verizon’s massive route leak and affected major parts of the internet including Cloudflare, a major web services provider. The outage last Tuesday morning was the second large scale outage after the outage that involved Cloudflare. Other sites that went down include Verizon, Discord, Shopify and many more. Matthew Prince, Co-founderRead More


DIY Is Not For Everything Or Everyone

Aussies, much like the rest of the world are very fond of reality TV shows. One kind of reality TV focuses on DIY for home renovations. One such show is The Block and has influenced many to the extent that they believe that they can do DIY for everything in the home, especially when the draw is that people are able to save on the labour part of the budget. As a professional renovator, Cheri Barber actually agrees, but only up to the extent that safety, results, and regulations, allow.Read More


Why Was June A Bad Month For The Internet?

The only time that you will need the internet at Fairmont Maldives is when you need to post your selfies in social media. You won’t need the internet to snorkel or scuba dive. Do not miss the opportunity to experience life in a giant aquarium. This is your only chance to watch seas turtles up close. The biggest and most important stories about the internet June was a bad month for the internet with several major internet outages that affected millions of people all over the world. Images do notRead More


Vehicle Manufacturers Embracing Vegan Materials

When it came to vehicles, carbon fiber interiors and Leather seat covers used to be Land Rover Creative Director Massimo Frascella is a practicing vegan. At the New York International Auto Show, he revealed the latest development from the company, their successor to the height of luxury represented by Leather seat covers; vegan materials. The company will be using several leather-free and fully vegan materials for their 2020 Range Rover Evoque, Range Rover Velar, and Jaguar I-Pace SUVs. Namely, the company will be using these materials, and others, to provideRead More


Three Corporate Structures To Consider In Company Formation In Bangkok

When setting up a company in Bangkok, it is best to have a legal team to extend some assistance with matters concerning the legal documents. The legal team can also clarify vague legal issues or matters to the business owner. Business owners planning to use the corporate business structure for their company formation in Bangkok may choose from the three alternatives. It is best to study each alternative carefully first before deciding on a particular structure to follow. Three Corporate Structures The three corporate alternatives have unique things to offer.Read More


How To Determine Whether A Website Is A Fraud

One product that has gained the attention of many parents is mosquito repellent patches that are being sold online. Parents try everything possible to prevent mosquitoes from biting their children particularly since these insects are carriers of diseases. No skin contact is required with the patches and they are suitable for all ages including newborn children. Most websites that you will encounter online are legitimate but there are also online retailers that do not deliver. Internet fraud has many forms from email phishing to obtain credit card and bank informationRead More


Aussies Embracing Fintech Products

More and more Aussies are embracing digitalization when it comes to seeking financial help, turning to their financial advice website or financial technology app of choice. Professional services firm Ernst & Young wanted to see what the numbers were, and released the data. The firm recently released the EY Global FinTech Adoption Index 2019, which noted that the AU is now only slightly behind the world’s consumer uptake average, which sits at 64%. Australia’s fintech adoption rate went up from 37%, recorded back in 2017. Meanwhile, SME fintech adoption sitsRead More


Mobile Apps For Banking As India Cracks Down On ATMs

It has been evident in the past two years that bank ATM installation companies are finding it hard to meet the standards of security set by the central bank in India, thus reducing their ability to keep their automated teller machines active. The software and upgrades for equipment required by the central bank has proven too costly, leading to a lot of ATMs shutting down. India has now been placed in the lowest of BRICS countries in terms of ATMs per 100,000, as shown by the numbers revealed by theRead More


LTO Handles Noisy Motorcycles Once More

The public is not happy with the increasing number of motorcycles that have noisy exhaust systems. This might be a rare complaint with brands such as Aprilia bikes but in the Philippines this is quite common. Due to the rising complaints from the general public, the head of the Land Transportation Office, Edgar Galvante, has decided to release a memorandum to authorize an operation for crackdown of motorcycles with the noisy exhaust systems as the target. The sound is not only unpleasant to the ears but it is already treatedRead More


Japanese-Styled Super Hotel Now Open In Thilawa

In light of the recent crawl of foreign investment for Myanmar’s budding economy, the Japanese-owned Super Hotel Co. opened to the public its second hotel in the country, counting on an increase of travel from Japan for business purposes.   This second hotel, under the name Super Hotel Myanmar Thilawa, boasts features that make it identifiably Japanese in the modern era, one of them being the 129 rooms outfitted with bidets or “washlets”. The new hotel in Myanmar is an estimated hour drive from the country’s commercial capital, Yangon, asRead More


Inventor Blames Taxman For Damaged Business And Reputation

An inventor recently introduced a shipping system that is under testing in B.C. ports but things started going south for him when the taxman meddled with his business. The worst part is that he was not able to get insurance against tax investigation which should have prevented him from now reaching a penniless state. Now pleas are being submitted to give the inventor, David Elderfield, a break from all the tax assessments he has been going through. Unfortunately, these petitions are only set from one office to another in theRead More