10 countries with the world's fastest internet speeds

Akamai Technologies, a cloud services provider, made a list of the fastest internet connection speeds in the world that shows where the luckiest netizens reside.
Each of these countries is ranked by the average speed of their broadband internet connection in megabits per second (Mbps). And they are all faster than the United States, which ranks 17th in the world in internet connection speed, according the list. 

#10 Finland

Average Mbps: 12.1. Internet speeds have increased 33% over the last year.

#9 Czech Republic

Average Mbps: 12.3. Internet speeds have increased 8.4% over the last year.

#8 Ireland

Average Mbps: 12.7. Internet speeds have increased 24% over the last year.

#7 Latvia

Average Mbps: 13. Internet speeds have increased 25% over the last year.

#6 The Netherlands

Average Mbps: 14.2. Internet speeds have increased 15% over the last year.

#5 Switzerland

Average Mbps: 14.5. Internet speeds have increased 21% over the last year.

#4 Sweden

Average Mbps: 14.6. Internet speeds have increased 34% over the last year.

#3 Japan

Average Mbps: 15.2. Internet speeds have increased 16% over the last year.

#2 Hong Kong

Average Mbps: 16.8. Internet speeds have increased 37% over the last year.

#1 South Korea

Average Mbps: 22.2. Internet speeds have increased 1.6% over the last year.
SOURCE : businessinsider

Official Cert Guide CCNP Routing and Switching (ROUTE 300-101) (EPUB MODE)

Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE 300-101) is a qualifying exam for the Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching and CCDP certifications. The ROUTE 300-101 exam certifies the routing knowledge and skills of successful candidates. They are certified in using advanced IP addressing and routing in implementing scalable and highly secure Cisco routers that are connected to LANs, WANs, and IPv6.
The exam also covers the configuration of highly secure routing solutions to support branch offices and mobile workers.

1.0 Network Principles


2.0 Layer 2 Technologies


3.0 Layer 3 Technologies


4.0 VPN Technologies


5.0 Infrastructure Security


6.0 Infrastructure Services


Here a PDF with some details about what you're going to encounter in the exams and be ready for it.

And you can also download the book for free as EPUB MODE at this link that follows : 

1.- To Download this document you have to send me a request for the key at the contact form in       the sidebar locating in the home page.

2.- To Read this document that is in EPUB format, you have to download this epub reader 
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Download Adobe Digital Editions for free (Support EPUB)

Readers want choice, flexibility, and ease — to buy or borrow books and read them on their preferred reading devices.  Adobe Digital Editions software offers an engaging way to view and manage media rich eBooks and other digital publications. Use it to download and purchase digital content, which can be read both online and offline. Transfer copy-protected eBooks from your personal computer to other computers or devices. Organize your eBooks into a custom library and annotate pages.

A richer reading experience with EPUB 3 support

The support for EPUB 3 standard allows you a richer reading experience, including: more consistent rendering of audio and video content;  support for right to left reading; dynamic image resizing without loss in clarity, support for multi-column layouts, interactive quizzes, better rendering of math formulas, and huge improvements in support for read-aloud and assistive technologies.


View Your Passport Rank with this new Website


Passport Index is an interactive tool, which collects, displays and ranks the passports of the world.
You can discover the world’s passports on a map, by country name, by Passport Power Rank and even by the color of their cover.

Visa Free Score
Passports accumulate points for each visa free country that their holders can visit without a visa, or they can obtain a visa on arrival.

Passport Power Rank
Passports are ranked based on their Visa Free Score. The higher the Visa Free Score, the better the Passport Power Rank.


Project Maelstrom browser beta

BitTorrent's audacious P2P-powered Project Maelstrom browser enters public beta

On Friday, Project Maelstrom for Windows enters public beta and is available for anyone to download from BitTorrent's site. BitTorrent says a Mac version is coming soon, but there are no immediate plans for a Linux build.
Maelstrom is a Chromium-based browser that can function as a regular browser that accesses sites over standard HTTP/HTTPS protocols. The program also contains the ability to grab websites packaged as torrents and display them.
Although it's a Chromium-based browser, BitTorrent isn't officially supporting Chrome extensions and apps from the Chrome Web Store. Nevertheless, you can still install content from the Web Store and a lot of it should work, the company says.

Why this matters: The idea behind Maelstrom is simple: if the web relied on BitTorrent peer-to-peer file sharing technology, accessing web content could become much faster and more reliable than it is today. While the web's server-client architecture works pretty well, sites can often slow down or become inaccessible when servers fail or are overwhelmed by too many requests at once. Theoretically, BitTorrent-packaged sites would never go down as long as you could grab the site's files from another user.

New Telemeeting from Google “GMeet”

Teleconferencing is all the rage with businesses in the internet age, and Google is just as poised as anyone to provide a platform suitable for the types of corporate meetings that have to take place in such a manner. If Hangouts video calling wasn't already enough, the company could be working on a standalone platform meant specifically for businesses.

You sign in, you join a meeting, and you (presumably) conference over voice and/or video.
Kiersch says the app only accepts Googler logins right now, so it’s unclear if this is a tool meant for internal use by Google or if it’s a user-facing service where the prerequisite only exists to make sure prying eyes can’t get an early look at what’s inside ahead of any official announcement.
Searches for G Meet and Google Meeting pull upinteresting anecdotes and code snippets from as far back as 2011, but most of the code references things we already have access to in the latest rendition of Hangouts, such as whiteboards, screen sharing, and integration with Google Calendar. A URL that once existed in the code (google.com/talk/meet) also now redirects to Hangouts’ main landing page.
A standalone meeting app would likely use Hangouts technology for its backbone so there’s nothing out of the ordinary than meets the eye. But until we can get into the app for ourselves or get an announcement from Google, we’re left to our educated guesses. Let’s hope to hear more in the very near future!


Samsung Galaxy S6 #MWC15

The GS6 finally pushes that vision forward, trading in the plastic-is-fantastic approach for a premium design that melds an aluminum frame with a glass back.
Samsung’s material choices have received a much needed refresh, but much of the Korean giant’s iconic design language still bleeds through, for better or worse depending on your tastes. The Samsung standard home button is still present and accounted for and, despite its more premium upgrade, there’s still no mistaking the phone for anything other than a Galaxy. Whether the Galaxy S6’s redesign is a big enough jump forward is open to interpretation, though it certainly seems to be a step above its plastic clad, dimpled back predecessor.
Of course, for every step forward there are a few points of sacrifice to be made. The new design ditches the removable battery that has long been a staple of the Galaxy brand, following in the footstep of devices like the Galaxy Alpha. Another potential point of contention is the lack of a microSD slot.

#MWC15 #MWC2015 #Samsung #Galaxys6

Final Media Player (free download)

Get Final Media Player if you are tired of messing with codecs or tired of seeing the dreaded "Windows can't open this file" error message.
Most other video players require you to install third party software ("codecs") that enable support for the particular type of file you wish to play. Not so with Final Media Player - it includes everything you need.
Simply download and run the installer and you will be able to play your video and audio files right away.

Final Media Player enables you to play 40+ types of video files like3G2, 3GP, 4XM, ANM, ASF, AVI, BIK, CDG, CDXL, CPK, DIVX, FLV, GXF, LVF, LXF, M4V, MKV, MOV, MP4, MPEG, MPG, MV, MVI, MXF, NSV, NUT, NUV, OGM, OGV, PMP, RMVB, ROQ, RPL, SMK, SWF, TXD, VMD,VOB, WMV, XMV, XVID and YOP.
Final Media Player also supports more than 40 audio file formats: AAC, AC3, ACT, AEA, AIFF, AMR, APC, APE, AU, CAF, CAFF, DTS, EAC3, FLAC, GSM, H261, H263, H264, IRCAM, M4A, MKA, MLP, MP2, MP3, MPA, MPC, OFR, OGG, OPUS, PAF, PVF, QCP, RA, RM, SHN, SPX, TTA, VOC, VQF, W64, WAV, WMA, WV, XA and XWMA.

Download from Official Site : finalmediaplayer.com
Alternative Download Link : FinalMediaPlayer

Code::Blocks 13.12

Code::Blocks is a free C, C++ and Fortran IDE built to meet the most demanding needs of its users. It is designed to be very extensible and fully configurable.
Finally, an IDE with all the features you need, having a consistent look, feel and operation across platforms.
Built around a plugin framework, Code::Blocks can be extended with plugins. Any kind of functionality can be added by installing/coding a plugin. For instance, compiling and debugging functionality is already provided by plugins!
Code::Blocks 13.12 is here!
More stable, feature-rich and major compiler enhancement, the new Code::Blocks release has arrived. A changelog summarises new features and fixes. We provide binaries for the major platforms supported by Code::Blocks, with probably more to come in the next time.



Police in Sweden carried out a raid in Stockholm today, seizing servers, computers, and other equipment. At the same time The Pirate Bay and several other torrent-related sites disappeared offline. Although no official statement has been made, TF sources confirm action against TPB.
For many years The Pirate Bay has been sailing by the seat of its pants so any downtime is met with concern from its millions of users.
This morning, for the first time in months, The Pirate Bay disappeared offline. A number of concerned users emailed TF for information but at that point technical issues seemed the most likely culprit.
However, over in Sweden authorities have just confirmed that local police carried out a raid in Stockholm this morning as part of an operation to protect intellectual property.
“There has been a crackdown on a server room in Greater Stockholm. This is in connection with violations of copyright law,” read a statement from Paul Pintér, police national coordinator for IP enforcement.
Police are staying quiet on the exact location of the operation and the targets involved but the fact that the national police IP chief is involved at this early stage suggests something sizable.
SOURCE : torrentfreak