El IPv6 hace a los sitios un 80% más lentos


 

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Hoy es el gran día para el IPv6, que se estrena en todo el mundo como nuevo protocolo a sustituir al ya muerto por el éxito IPv4. Sin embargo, en la gran jornada, no todo son buenas noticias. La compañíaCompuware acaba de hacer públicas las conclusiones de un análisis que apunta que el nuevo protocolo hace más lentos a los sitios.

En concreto, los sitios IPv6 son un 80% más lentos que aquellos que son IPv4, según apunta la firma en un comunicado. El IPv6 supone, aseguran, un “gran cambio en la arquitectura de internet”. La migración añade complejidad al modificar la forma de funcionamiento de los navegadores, las conexiones entre dispositivos y cómo operan y cómo se accede a los servicios.

Esta mayor lentitud puede además suponer un perjuicio para susvíctimas. Al ser más lenta, la experiencia de usuario pierde calidad y puede dañar a la reputación de la marca.

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This Lamp is Controlled by an Android Phone

The french developer of the unnamed project wrote this about the Android controlled lamp of awesome (this is the translation):

The brightness is changed by a vertical scrolling, the saturation by a horizontal scrolling and color varies with the orientation of the phone. The phone used in the video is a HTC Wildfire S Android 2.3.3. The application works with WiFi or mobile network (provided that the lamp is accessible from a public IP address)

The orientation of the phone is detected by the built-in compass (magnetic field sensor 3-axis) parameters hue, saturation and brightness are converted to RGB and then sent via a TCP connection to the Fox board that controls the lamp.


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The smartphone is now becoming the hub for everything important in our lives. Social connections, payment systems, and banking are all controlled by our phone. Heck, you can even control your thermostat with an iPhone.

While turning your lights on and off with a computer or app might not be a new idea, one guy made something completely awesome and unique using Android. By swiping around on the app, the lamp responds to it. Also, the orientation of your phone dictates the lighting as well. Leer más “This Lamp is Controlled by an Android Phone”

Infographic: Evolution Of Privacy Policy On Facebook

There’s no denying that Facebook is one of the greatest social networking platform for both users and businesses up to this date. However, Facebook hasn’t always managed its users’ data well. Take for example, the most recent case where their Facebook chat’s privacy was compromised by a loophole in the system. They’ve also changed how your personal information is classified several times, sometimes in a manner that has been confusing for their users; like the most recent change.


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There’s no denying that Facebook is one of the greatest social networking platform for both users and businesses up to this date. However, Facebook hasn’t always managed its users’ data well. Take for example, the most recent case where their Facebook chat’s privacy was compromised by a loophole in the system. They’ve also changed how your personal information is classified several times, sometimes in a manner that has been confusing for their users; like the most recent change. Leer más “Infographic: Evolution Of Privacy Policy On Facebook”