National Technology

Open Access Government speaks with Patrick McBride on how best to protect your data online and whether it’s time to go passwordless. Open Access Government’s technology category has plenty of very recent and updated information on all the key topics on this ever-expanding market. The UK government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy recently announced a £54m investment into carbon removal technologies. On 8 July 2022, the UK government announced that over £54m would be invested into projects that remove carbon emissions from…

5G is the fifth generation of broadband portable devices like mobile phones, and works up to 100 times faster than the current 4G system. Malware, phishing and data breaches can cause your phone to act strangely – so you should be careful if you notice any of these signs. Heatwaves can cause major issues with technology – including your smartphone which could actually be ruined in … Read More

Computer Networking with Internet Protocols and Technology

It is fairly common for implementations to use 576-byte datagrams whenever they can’t verify that the entire path is able to handle larger packets. This rather conservative strategy is used because of the number of implementations with bugs in the code to reassemble fragments. Implementers often try to avoid ever having fragmentation occur. Different implementers take different approaches to deciding when it is safe to use large datagrams. Others will use them for any network on the same campus. 576 bytes is a “safe” size, which every implementation must support.

  • It also makes sure that the data arrives, resending datagrams where necessary.
  • When TCP/IP is used on top of X.25, the X.25 interface breaks the datagrams up into 128-byte packets.
  • The older model of a number of large, self-sufficient computers is beginning to change.

We may however enter a web address / URL using a domain name such as 101computing.net. … Read More