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Google — or Alphabet if using the moniker of their parent company — continues to shake up how Internet service is delivered to your home. In the past, we’ve talked extensively about Google Fiber and even mentioned their nascent Project Fi wireless product. Now, the technology giant brings us Google SkyBender, a 5G wireless service […]Read more...
With our ongoing series on the changing television world, it makes sense to publish a streaming services buyers guide. This time out, it’s a throwdown between PlayStation Vue, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube TV. Cordcutters note, all three offer enough channels to be considered replacements for your cable or TV service. Our guide takes a […]Read more...
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 […]Read more...
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 […]Read more...
Sports fans into soccer, searching for a streaming service, need to check out fuboTV. In addition to its strong sports lineup – with one caveat – the service also offers a host of other channels. These cover genres include movies, travel, food, news, and more. Ultimately, fuboTV compares to other premium streaming services suitable for […]Read more...
News broke this week that AT&T is paying $1 billion for the exclusive streaming rights to the Big Bang Theory. This is yet another example of the streaming wars currently transforming how television content gets consumed. Reruns of the recently ended series are slated for the HBO Max service. Note that Big Bang Theory is […]Read more...
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 […]Read more...
When considering streaming services for cordcutters to replace cable or satellite TV, YouTube TV ranks near the top. At a monthly price near $50, it competes more with PlayStation Vue and Sling instead of Netflix or Amazon Prime. It’s a worthy option for those already using a variety of Google services, including an Android smartphone. […]Read more...
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 […]Read more...
So your ISP provides high-speed Internet service but you still encounter buffering when streaming HD video. Is your router actually the problem? Ultimately, a dual-band router is a must to get the fastest Internet speed from your modem. We previously covered this router technology in the past. Let’s take a fresh look at how dual-band […]Read more...
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New Mexico Internet Speed on Average 38.59
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