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Skydog’s Family Internet Management System

Posted by: CK Luther on Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

A Skydog router not only puts you in control of family Internet usage, but it also lets you do it conveniently from your smartphone. PowerCloud, the man… Continue reading

Understanding the Wireless Gateway: Common Wireless Options

Posted by: T. Lacoma on Monday, April 29th, 2013

The term “wireless gateway” can confuse many homeowners trying to set up a wireless connection. The world of gateways, routers, access points, WANs, and other parts of the Internet puzzle can quickly become overwhelming. Fortunately, by understanding what wireless gateways …
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FrontPoint Security Tops Home Automation Reviews

Posted by: T. Lacoma on Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Security System Reviews has named FrontPoint Security as the best home security company for 2013, citing its plethora of adaptable tech features, cost-friendly approach to clients, and consistent service. Protect America and LifeShield Security also ranked very high in the …
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Top 3 Mobile Hotspots for Wireless Travelers

Posted by: T. Lacoma on Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

Mobile hotspots offer a simple but effective service: They tap into cell data networks to produce a small Wi-Fi zone wherever you are; allowing multiple devices to jump online as long as you have 3G or 4G coverage. They can …
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New Shared Data Plans for Sprint Business Customers

Posted by: CK Luther on Friday, April 19th, 2013

Business owners and their employees often use mobile devices to communicate, gather information, and to increase productivity. Sprint’s newly introduced shared data plans for businesses provide an opportunity to lock in your monthly costs for mobile data usage. These shared …
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Hotspot 2.0: Effortless Wi-Fi on the Move

Posted by: T. Lacoma on Friday, April 19th, 2013

Smartphone and tablet users are accustomed to connecting to a wireless network and saving network information such as passwords on their devices. But Hotspot 2.0 technology shows this is only the beginning of Wi-Fi interaction. In the near future, devices …
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Free Outdoor Wireless Network Access for San Jose, CA

Posted by: CK Luther on Thursday, April 18th, 2013

San Jose, the unofficial capital of California’s Silicon Valley, inaugurated a free outdoor wireless network service in March 2013. The high-speed service in the city’s downtown area gives residents and visitors unlimited Wi-Fi access 24 hours a day. Dubbing its …
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Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Coming Soon to Major U.S. Carriers

Posted by: CK Luther on Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Samsung unveiled its latest model of the Galaxy smartphone series on March 15, 2013. The official launch gave consumers an in-depth look at the features of the Galaxy S4, while confirming various rumors and dispelling others. The four major U.S. …
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Wi-Fi Networks Get Security Advice from Google

Posted by: T. Lacoma on Monday, April 15th, 2013

Those worried that their own wireless networks may be subject to attack or unauthorized viewing will soon have lessons on how to increase security, courtesy one of the biggest names in the digital world. Google will soon be making the …
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Optical Wireless: The Next High-Speed Internet Connection

Posted by: T. Lacoma on Friday, April 12th, 2013

Optical broadband is an older technology that has found a new market this decade thanks to better development and growing demand for alternative wireless sources that can be used instead of landlines. For people living in cities, the optical solution …
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