Morning Tech: Last IPv4 address blocks assigned, Hotmail Offers Powerful Email Alias

Last IPv4 address blocks assigned, ICANN pushes for IPv6 adoption

“Eventually there will be no more IPv4 ‘public address space,'” “When that exhaustion occurs (and it won’t happen in a uniform way—some places will run out before others), then there will be some devices that only have IPv6 assignments. They will not be able to directly interact with IPV4-only devices.”

“IPv4 address exhaustion is a watershed moment in the industry. The Internet is rapidly running out of IPv4 addresses and those addresses will likely be depleted this year. Mobility, video, virtualization, and the consumerization of IT are imposing increasing demands on the network and every device, network etc. that uses an IP address must eventually support IPv6.[source]

Hotmail offers a powerful email alias

Hotmail has launched a new feature that enables you to add email aliases in your Hotmail inbox. While Gmail allows ‘+’ filter, Hotmail enables you to add email addresses as alias.

Powerful feature. Can it bring back the users?

LinkedIn Skills

If you search for a particular skill, we’ll surface key people within that community, show you the top locations, related companies, relevant jobs, and groups where you can interact with like minded professionals.  You’ll also be able to explore similar skills and compare their growth relative to each other.

One thing you’ll find is that the universe of skills is much more diverse than you might expect. [source]

Apple Shareholder Demands The Company Establish A CEO Succession Plan

In the wake of Steve Jobs’ latest medical leave, an Apple shareholder has demanded that the company establish a CEO succession plan.

This proposal has now been seconded by a major institutional advisory firm called ISS, the FT reports.

Blackberry Radio App

BlackBerry Radio is not a traditional radio app, but instead works with multiple radio apps to make the process of finding and listening to radio on a BlackBerry® smartphone quicker, easier and more integrated by presenting a sampling of services from some of our most popular partners.[blog]

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