Items tagged with IPv6

As vast and widespread as the Internet is, the old adage "it's a small world" still seems to apply. It has had been widely reported that IP addresses are fast becoming a precious commodity, with IPV4 addresses completely allocated now and the future of Internet address identification and location reliant on IPV6 for continued expansion. Interestingly enough, the Internet’s growing pains pose an increasing challenge for spammers and cybercriminals looking to gain access to new IP addresses to operate, as existing and old addresses are terminated for spamming and other malicious practices. As a result,... Read more...
Google's services outage today was apparently Google mucking with something on the backend, in a sort of "don't touch if it ain't broke" mistake. Admittedly, we're being snarky, as Google was working on something that definitely needs addressing, but it still made a major impact on systems around the world. It's the old "we are running out of IP addresses problem." IP addresses identify clients on the Internet, and IPv4, the current version has a limit of 4,294,967,296 possible unique addresses. The solution to the problem is IPv6, which has a limit of about about 3.4×1038 possible unique... Read more...
Samsung YH-820 MP3 Player Review @ Designtechnica: "Apple may be king of the MP3 player hill, but there are several companies hoping to dethrone the big red, and Samsung's in line. The new YH-820 micro HDD based MP3 player is not only smaller than the iPod mini, but it sports a bright color display, and dare-we-say it, is just as attractive. But are good looks and solid sound enough to convince users to shun the Apple iPod mini? Read on to find out." IPv6 - A Look At The Next Generation Internet Protocol @ The Tech Zone: "Internet Protocol Version 6, is the latest incarnation of... Read more...