Internet speed in Armenia continues to grow at a mind-blowing pace. A direct indicator of this comes from the statistics provided by YouTube, according to which average download speed of videos from Armenia has reached about 3.2 mbps in March 2012.
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Armenian Ciber Army hacks over 20 Azerbaijani sites to mark the 8-year anniversary of the Armenian officer Gurgen Margaryan’s murder in Budapest. Continue reading “The Armenian Cyber Army hacks over 20 Azerbaijani websites”
Last week I had the opportunity of test-running Orange Armenia’s new Internet Now 4 broadband modem which boasts supporting up to 42 Mb/sec speed. Continue reading “Orange Armenia launches a much faster mobile broadband modem”
Armenia’s largest mobile operator, VivaCell-MTS, announced today about the commercial launch of its fourth generation 4G/LTE (Long Term Evolution) network. Continue reading “VivaCell-MTS Deploys First Commercial 4G Network in Armenia”
An Armenian lawyer has filed a suit against “Hraparak” daily newspaper for not moderating readers’ comments on the paper’s online version, which supposedly damage the lawyer’s reputation and which he c onsiders offensive. Continue reading “The Devil's Advocate”
It turns out, that the vice president of Corporate Marketing and Strategic Alliances for Synopsis Rich Goldman is an avid tweetterer and has been twitting photos from the official dinner Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan gave to honor Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, who was in Armenia to receive a presidential award. Continue reading “A Mobile Look at A Presidential Dinner”
Katy Pearce, PHD, a good friend and a dedicated researcher of Armenian technology world, has put together a great presentation on the two most popular social networking sites in Armenia: Facebook and Odnoklassniki.