A full service communications company that first garnered its reputation as a phone company under a variety of monikers, CenturyLink is also an ISP with a host of subscription options for anyone looking for Internet access — provided you are in their service area. The company also offers IPTV service in a small number of […]
Mac aficionados or computer users who want an alternative to Microsoft and Windows need to check out Apple’s MacBook Pro features. While generally more expensive than their Windows-powered counterparts (and even more expensive than Google’s Chromebooks), the MacBook Pro features high-end computing power and the sleek design typical of products out of Cupertino. For users […]
The recent news of AT&T’s planned acquisition of the satellite TV company, DirecTV, remains the talk of the tech world. What will this merger mean for the average homeowner hoping for fast Internet access and the ability to stream movies and other content without any issues? Are monthly subscriber fees expected to increase? Let’s take […]
If you watch routine cable television, then you’ve seen the Gary Busey ad. “Hello pants.” That’s Gary talking to his pants. But, then he starts talking to his remote, and with the voice search finds all of his famous roles in the pantheon of his movie history (e.g. Point Break, Big Wednesday to name a […]
Here are more Netflix movies that have the ability to change your life or at least make a great night of streaming. Happy streaming! Blackfish At some point in your early life, you have that life changing moment where you either see a larger-than-life mammal at a zoo, aquarium or SeaWorld (or maybe more impressively […]
The Internet is an amazing money-saving tool. It is only fitting that we use the same deal-hunting principles to avoid overpaying on our Internet bills.
Ninety-nine percent. That’s the percentage of students the FCC wants to provide with high-speed Internet in schools in the next five years.
Sprint LTE users stand to benefit from the carrier adding 70 new cities to its 4G network, but the company is still trying to catch up to its competitors.
The struggle for providing Internet connectivity to the developing world is making headway, thanks to the efforts of some of technology’s biggest names.
The EU recently adopted new regulations for their Connected Continent program, which will help those with slow Internet speed. Will the US follow?