The internet is huge. So huge in fact, you need special software to find out how deep the rabbit hole goes. In other news, you can now “microwave” your batteries and have them ready to go in minutes. Then we talked about customers, robots, surround sound and lots more.

90% Of The Internet Is Hidden From Your Browser; And It’s Called The Deep Web

In science fiction, it’s called Darknet. In crime thrillers, it’s Dark web. But they are both referring to the same thing – the 90% part of the internet which you can’t access with normal browsers.

How To Sound Like A Robot: Introduction To The Vocoder

T-Pain has this down to a Tee. So does Daftpunk. Ever wondered how they pull it off?

Batteries charging in 60 seconds? Sounds too good to be true

Let’s see how the tech works.

How To Land Your First Customers

Tired of drumming your fingers while waiting for your first sales? Find out how to bring them to you, using some marketing magic.

Failing Forward: What Startups Can Learn From Running Out Of Money

A oft repeated rule for startups is don’t run out of money. What happens when you do?

6 Things You [Probably] Didn’t Know You Could Do With Google Docs

Google Docs is functional, but it could be limiting if you don’t know some hacks that can help you get as much out of it as you would a standard word processing software. Here are some tips:

Ever Heard Of 4DSOUND?

Is 4DSOUND the closest we’ve come to hyper-realistic sound reproduction?

FuturePump, SunCulture And 11 Other Clean Energy Innovators To Receive $13 Million In Funding

On November 20, 2015, thirteen innovators who are using clean energy to help farmers, will receive about $13 million in funding as they join the Powering Agriculture: An Energy Grand Challenge for Development (PAEGC) initiative.

Net Neutrality And What It Means For You

Net neutrality is the definition of an open internet and it is what preserves the freedom of the end-user.


Eutelsat to help accelerate Zimbabwe’s broadcasts   {TechMoran}

Eutelsat Communications  has sealed a three-year contract with the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) for Ku-band capacity on the EUTELSAT 3B satellite. The capacity will be used to deliver twelve free-to-view channels to a nationwide network of 48 Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) transmitters so that Zimbabwean viewers can benefit from improved image quality.

Vodacom sued for R200bn in DRC    {TechCentral}

A report about the lawsuit led to a slight sell-off in Vodacom shares on Wednesday afternoon, although the group had already disclosed details about it to shareholders. It has said the claim has no merit.

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