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Iran restores internet bandwidth lost because of Ukraine conflict
The Iranian Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) said it has restored the internet bandwidth that was lost last week because of the military conflict in Ukraine.
Iran says mobile internet adoption rate at nearly 110%
Iran’s telecoms regulator said access to the internet via mobile phones reached an ideal situation in the quarter to late December as the number of consumers reached nearly 92 million in the country of more than 84 million people.
Iran’s domestic internet bandwidth capacity at over 221 Tb/s: Minister
Iran’s outgoing communications and information technology minister said infrastructure and data centers deployed for the domestic internet service in the country have reached a bandwidth capacity of over 221 terabits per second (Tb/s).
Chinese, Russian internet giants dodged Iran because of fears from US sanctions: Minister
Iran’s telecoms minister said two major internet companies from Russia and China cancelled plans to come to Iran in mid-2020s mainly over fears that the presence could have affected their interests in the United States.
Simple maths question so divisive it has even confused calculators
A seemingly simple maths equation has left the Internet completely divided.
Iran’s fixed internet infrastructure back to government ownership
The Iranian government adopted major legislation allowing the renationalization of the infrastructure used for delivery of fixed internet services in the country.
Iran’s fixed internet infrastructure back into government ownership
The Iranian government has adopted a major legislation allowing the renationalization of the infrastructure used for delivery of fixed internet services in the country.
Beavers shut down Internet for 36 hours after chewing through and stealing cables to build a dam
A group of eager beavers shut down Internet service in a western Canadian town over the weekend after they chewed through fiber cables and used them to build their home.
Iranian operator launches commercial 5G service
Iran’s second largest mobile operator MTN Irancell launched a first commercial 5G internet service in the country in a location in the capital Tehran.
Internet shutdown as crowds protest in Myanmar against military coup
Myanmar's military rulers have shut down the country's Internet as thousands of people joined the largest rally yet against Monday's coup.
Third 5G Internet test site opens in Tehran
Less than three months after the first trial in Iran for the high-speed 5G mobile Internet technology, the third testing site was launched on Wednesday.
Company offering $9,000 for someone to browse the Internet
The Norwegian makers of Internet browser Opera announced they are offering a $9,000 payday for a two week dream job: Browsing the Web for fun.
Musk's SpaceX pegs initial Starlink Internet price at $99 per month
SpaceX is offering its Starlink broadband satellite Internet service to test users for $99 a month, plus $499 for a setup kit, according to emails seen by Reuters, as Elon Musk’s space company pushes to offer fast Internet speeds to rural American customers with limited options.
US Internet company offers $1,000 for person willing to 'digital detox'
A satellite Internet service provider is offering to pay someone $1,000 to "digitally detox" in nature without any electronic devices.
Homeowner's 'selfish' act in battle against neighbors divides the Internet
The owner of a large property has divided opinion after sharing their act of revenge against neighbors who were misusing their land.

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