What You Should Be Hosting on Your Game Server

Playing games on your own dedicated game server is a fun and safe way to play with your friends. And with No-IP it is easy to set-up a game server. Minecraft is definitely the most popular choice, and millions of people play it daily, but it’s not the only choice. There are many other games you can

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FCC Passes Net Neutrality Protecting an Open Internet

No-IP has always been vocal about its support for an open and free Internet. Over the last year, a proposed end to Net Neutrality was discussed by the FCC. Why? Because Internet Service Providers were arguing that in order for them to grow and expand access to the Internet, they should be able to charge more to

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We Got Game! No-IP’s Favorite Video Games of 2014

This year at No-IP, we have played our fair share of foosball in the office. But outside of work it’s all about the video games! So we decided to find out what games were most loved by our staff of semi-professional foosball players.

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10 Gift Ideas for the Tech Geek in Your Family – Holiday Buying Guide

Trying to find the perfect gift for the techie in your life but have no idea what they want? Let No-IP help! We have come up with a list of gifts guaranteed to impress. Check them out below. 1. UDI U818A Drone  It might not deliver mail to your door but, for less than $70, the UDI

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Heartbleed Bug: What you need to know

Heartbleed Bug: Flaw in OpenSSL versions 1.0.1 through 1.0.1f and 1.0.2-beta1 On April 7, 2014, security researchers revealed the Heartbleed bug to the Internet community. The Heartbleed bug is not a flaw in the SSL or TLS protocols; rather, it is a flaw in the OpenSSL implementation of the TLS/DTLS heartbeat functionality. This flaw allows

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This Day in Tech History: October 29, 1969

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Today is a very special day in tech history, 44 years ago, the Internet was born.

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Customer Profile : Black Rock Concepts

Tech Deal of the Day : Foscam FI8910W IP Camera with No-IP Integrated Dynamic DNS

foscam FI8910W camera

Have you ever thought about setting up an IP camera to monitor your front door, nanny cam, business, refrigerator, or reef tank? Check out this Foscam FI8910Q today!

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How does the Internet Work?

Check out this cool and easy to understand breakdown of how exactly the Internet works…

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Texas First State to Require a Warrant to Read Emails… Other Laws Still Outdated

Texas is officially the first state in the United States to require a warrant to read emails.

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