"Beginning today, we will take similar measures in the United States, and we will continue to take appropriate action to do our part to help ensure internet stability as this unprecedented situation continues to evolve. We are grateful for the role we play in helping deliver a sense of community and entertainment in these very trying times. Thank you again for your support, your patience, and for being part of the PlayStation community. Please stay home and stay safe." … [Read more...] about Sony throttles PlayStation Store download speeds in Europe (updated)
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However, the high cost of developing 5G technology and intense competition in the sector has resulted in the firm cutting its financial outlooks and pausing dividends in recent times. This has led to speculation that Nokia was exploring a merger or possible sale of assets, while reports have suggested the company was preparing to guard itself against any hostile takeover attempt. … [Read more...] about Nokia claims 5G world speed record
The merits of testing do not change in low-code development, but the rigorousness may. The layers of abstraction in low-code development create a somewhat uncharted gray area -- how much traditional testing is still relevant when bundles of code come in precreated components? In cases of customization, how much custom code can be tested in the native low-code platform, and how onerous is it to integrate with existing continuous integration/continuous deployment tools? These and other testing-related challenges come to light as we work with clients on low-code deployments, and we are exploring the best practices for testing low-code applications in forthcoming research. … [Read more...] about The promising case of low-code testing
Therefore, looking to the future, what are some of the ways that light can help us increase the data pipe and help us expand our wireless capabilities? In reality, the ways in which light can enhance wireless communications are only limited by our imagination as light can provide faster more reliable communication anywhere there is light. However, there are few specific ways light communications can help get more data to your home and your device. … [Read more...] about How can light supercharge the future of data?
“Page experience” is a fuzzy term, of course; Google is using it as shorthand for a set of metrics the company is developing that go beyond how quickly the page loads. Lots of aggravating things on the web aren’t necessarily captured by a simple speed test, like pop-ups, delays in certain content appearing, content jumping around the page, and other annoyances. Google won’t be able to accurately measure all of those things, but it is attempting to quantify some of them. … [Read more...] about Google search results will take ‘page experience’ into account next year