Web 3.0 is on the horizon and Dish aims to embrace it

During an analyst event, a Dish executive hinted at the company embracing Web 3.0 trends for its wireless services.

Dish is currently building its own network to replace Sprint, which is being purchased by T-Mobile. It’s taking a unique approach by using Open RAN (Open Radio Access Network) equipment which promises to be cheaper and more flexible while avoiding the “vendor lock-in” of the past.

As part of the conditions of the T-Mobile and Sprint merger, the latter...

Consumers aren’t happy with Web 2.0 but lack Web 3.0 understanding

Research conducted by the National Research Group (NRG) finds that most consumers aren’t happy with Web 2.0 but lack Web 3.0 understanding.

When asked about their views of the web over the past five years, consumers believe that it’s become more commercialised (80%), addictive (79%), and encouraged people to treat each other more cruelly (69%).

Furthermore, 7 in 10 Americans say they no longer feel in control of how their data is used online. 53 percent are concerned...

Web 3.0 storage provider Filecoin reaches 2.5EiB capacity

Filecoin, the largest decentralised storage provider, has surpassed 2.5 exbibytes (2.5 billion gigabytes) of capacity.

The provider is aiming to be the storage backbone for Web 3.0, the next evolution of Tim Berners-Lee’s invention which returns to his original vision of a medium where “no permission is needed from a central authority to post anything ... there is no central controlling node, and so no single point of failure ... and no “kill...