Paul Williams

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Paul Williams

Email: paul.williams@makeswordswork.com

Paul Williams brings a wide range of experiences to his writing. He's a musician, a record company owner, and a software engineer with decades of experience in a variety of industries.

Sling TV Provides a Cheap Option for Cordcutters

Sling TV remains one of the more popular streaming services. In fact, this offshoot of Dish was one of the first in the industry. It offers a variety of low cost packages aimed at attracting cordcutters. We provided an overview of Sling TV a few years ago. More recently, we analyzed their plan to offer […]

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WiFi 6 is Poised to Supercharge Your Home Internet Service

WiFi 6, a new innovation in wireless Internet, stands ready to transform your home network. As you wait for 5G to become available in your town, WiFi 6 just might make a quicker impact. This is a point echoed by technology analyst, Mike Feibus. “While 5G is getting much of the limelight, Wi-Fi 6 will […]

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PlayStation Vue is the Streaming Service for Sports

If you are a cordcutter looking for a great streaming service for sports and more, check out PlayStation Vue. It provides a host of popular cable TV channels, local stations, and a full range of sports content. Accessing the service is a breeze, with apps available for most streaming boxes. This includes the Roku, Sony […]

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Disney+ Bundle Leads to a Partnership with Spectrum

With a Disney+ bundle arriving in November, fresh news arrives detailing a potential distribution deal between Spectrum and Disney. The possible streaming service agreement dovetails on the back of another content distribution deal signed by the two companies this week. News about both appeared yesterday in Telecompetitor among other sources. With the cord-cutting trend in […]

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Is Hulu the Right Streaming Service for Your Household?

When trying to pick the right streaming service for your household, options abound. If you are a movie buff, Netflix remains a great choice. In addition to movies, the service also produces its own content, like Orange is the New Black and Stranger Things. On the other hand, Hulu offers network TV shows, but also […]

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AT&T Rebrands DirecTV Now

AT&T acquired DirecTV in 2015, giving the telecommunications giant access to many new customers. NFL Sunday Ticket – a DirecTV exclusive – also helped convince football fans to subscribe to AT&T’s home and wireless products. It seemed like a match made in heaven. Now it appears the parent is beginning to phase out the DirecTV […]

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Netflix – A Streaming Service With Movies, Original Programming, and More

When deciding on a streaming service, like Netflix, your options are plentiful. This is the case whether or not you are a cordcutter. It’s best to make the right decision and get the biggest programming bang for your dollar. We are publishing a series of articles covering the top streaming companies in the industry. This […]

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5G Networks Expand Their Footprint Across the Country

5G networks continue to go online across the United States. The largest telecom providers in the business hope to compete for customers wanting faster speeds and low latency. Not surprisingly, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile remain the biggest players in this fierce competition. So, let’s take a look at the progress on these initial networks. […]

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Amazon Makes a Foray Into Satellite Internet

With the goal of providing satellite Internet access to rural regions across the planet, Amazon recently asked the FCC for approval to launch over 3,000 broadband satellites. It’s a plan that makes sense for the world’s top online retailer. Just think of all those new potential customers! News about Amazon’s plans appeared earlier this week […]

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Worldwide Internet Speed on the Rise

If your Internet connection seems a little faster the past few years, there’s good reason. A new study reveals the average worldwide Internet speed increased 23 percent over the twelve-month period from May 2017 to May 2018. The study involved 163 million tests using ISPs located all over the planet. The planet’s average Internet speed […]

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