Anonymous, 08 Jun 2009The Internet backbone refers to the main "trunk" connections of the Internet. It is made up of... moreA nice list but who invented how it all works?
Who provides most of the equipment...
...I suggest you look up CISCO.
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2009I don't think they are going to launch any new Phone or at least I don't hope so. Otherwise w... moreThe people who went on two year contracts with iPhones are better off than those who went on two year contracts to get N96's or any other phone using this common business model.
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2009China is no. 1 but in copying. They are super power to make illegal copy for songs, movie, and... moreeven i m sure that u oways download song,movie,games or watever thru online..if u really think copy is a shame stuff, then u r even the worst
Anonymous, 07 Jun 2009china is too expensive?? this is the first time comment i heard from you..go and look at ur an... moreChina is no. 1 but in copying. They are super power to make illegal copy for songs, movie, and even software like Windows. Otherwise they are nothing. So they become rich by stealing other people idea and then make them cheaper. What a shameful nation. And they are proud of this act!!!
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970I don't think they are going to launch any new
Phone or at least I don't hope so. Otherwise we would need to spend money all over again to buy and how about people who signed 2 or 3 years contract to get the iPhone in the first place.
Anonymous, 07 Jun 2009What is the backbone that the World Wide Web runs on?The Internet backbone refers to the main "trunk" connections of the Internet. It is made up of a large collection of interconnected commercial, government, academic and other high-capacity data routes and core routers that carry data across the countries, continents and oceans of the world.
Major Internet Backbone MAPs
Sorted by "connectivity"
(as per CAIDA's "Skitter AS Internet Graph" )
AS number - Provider Map
AS 701 - UUNET/WorldCom/MCI
AS 1239 - Sprint
AS 7018 - AT&T
AS 3355 - Level 3
AS 209 - Qwest
AS 174 - PSINet
AS 2914 - Verio
AS 3549 - Global Crossing
AS 6461 - AboveNet
AS 3561 - Cable & Wireless
AS 6453 - TeleGlobe
AS 702 - UUNET (also first)
AS 2548- Intermedia
AS 6347 - Savvis
AS 1755 - Ebone
AS 4648 - Netgate (Exchange Point: New Zealand)
AS 5459 - LINX (Exchange Point: London)
AS 8918 - Carrier1 (bankrupt) (netherlands portion)
AS 3300 - Infonet (Their European network)
AS 703 - UUNET/WorldCom/MCI (also first)
AS 3967 - Exodus (now with Cable & Wireless)
AS 8297 - Teleglobe
AS 5673 - Pacific Bell
AS 2828 - Concentric (now with XO)
AS 4000 - Sprint (Also listed at number 2))
AS 4200 - AGIS (telia)
AS7474 - optus (Australia)
AS 4766 - KIX (Exchange Point: Korea)
as 3786 - DACOM ( map from KIDC)
AS 5519 - XO Communication
AS 286 - EUNET (KPN)
as 8342 - ROSTELECOM
Telco's from al over the world,
stop thinking too much american you are brainwashed by fox news and derivatives ...
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970What is the backbone that the World Wide Web runs on?
what is the name of the game please where you have to rotate circles with colours in them and match them up
Please can someone tell me the name of the game which involves coloured shapes in circles which have to be matched.
Anonymous, 07 Jun 2009Wrong. Al gore had a big part in starting the internet. It's American.2003-06-30: the World Wide Web was invented by Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau in 1990. In 1989, while working at CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research), both men made proposals for hypertext systems. In 1990 they joined forces and wrote a joint proposal in which the term "World Wide Web" is used for the first time (originally without spaces). And in late 1990 and early 1991, Tim Berners-Lee wrote the first web browser.
Berners-Lee went on to found the World Wide Web Consortium, which seeks to standardize and improve World Wide Web-related things such as the HTML markup language in which web pages are written. Cailliau also made ongoing contributions to the Web. Robert Cailliau's a 1995 speech, "A Short History of the Web," is an excellent resource for those who want to understand the history in more detail.
ITim Berners-Lee invented both the HTML markup language and the HTTP protocol used to request and transmit web pages between web servers and web browsers.
For more information, see why was the World Wide Web invented, where was the World Wide Web invented and what was the first web browser?
it seems more and more likely Apple will announce, if not release, a new class of iPhones at WWDC on Monday’s Keynote alongside iPhone OS 3.0.
P%nm, 07 Jun 2009Irony is using American technology to post a whine on how "backward" American technology... ... moreinternet is not american made, its a swiss made(CERN) ever heard of CERN , american aint dat clever to build global connecivity,
can't believe guys, you behave like children:) worse than that... forget about your nationalities, your religions, which country are you from, we are talking here about Apple iPhone, nothing more.
so, next week I suppose will be some news from Apple?:) they have big meeting all next week... let's see what news it will bring to us...
Sony, 07 Jun 2009Yes, I understand..
50 million loves the Sony Ericsson S500i, it is and still will be the bes... morei never saw any s500 in any cellphone store nearby.LOL
find a job so you can buy a better phone.LOL haha