ARTICLES

Leonard Kleinrock is often credited with the initial idea of networking computers to create the Internet. However, the actual development of the Internet did not get underway until nearly 10 years after Kleinrock publish...

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Internet users need a modem to connect to the Internet because signals that comes from telephone and cable lines are analog, and computers can only process digital information. The modem takes the analog signal from the ...

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The Internet was based on the idea of an "intergalactic network" of computers envisioned by J.C.R. Licklider in the early 1960s. However, no single person created the Internet. Shortly after this idea came to light, scie...

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

Beyond mere computers, the just emerging Internet of Things (IoT) will include all manner of objects and living creatures. While the IoT could bring big benefits, it also raises some concerns.

www.reference.com/article/tech-101-internet-things-7f0ce9c811f86867

It is possible to access other computers remotely over the Internet by using TeamViewer. TeamViewer is available for Windows, Mac and Linux on desktop, and for Android, iOS and BlackBerry on mobile platforms. The applica...

www.reference.com/article/possible-access-another-computer-remotely-over-internet-a7b64cba5f34cbe5

The Internet is a huge network of computers that send messages and other data to each other. For the most part, it works using the same underlying infrastructure used for telephone voice calling.

www.reference.com/article/primer-internet-works-6490a7f67768cd25

Two computers can use a single Internet connection. There are different ways to do this, depending on what hardware your ISP gave you.

www.reference.com/article/can-two-computers-share-one-internet-connection-689bd5042d08b325