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History of Social Media (It's Younger Than You Think)

History of Social Media (It's Younger Than You Think)

Posted under: Social Media, Facebook, Snapchat, LinkedIn and Twitter

Social media has become such an important part of our lives that it’s easy to think it has always been there. However, knowing that social media can’t exist without the internet, some simple math should tell us social media can’t be more than 30 years old (the internet started becoming mainstream in the early 1990s).

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The 5 Best WiFi Adapters for 2020

The 5 Best WiFi Adapters for 2020

WiFi adapters are incredibly useful gadgets and are generally inexpensive. There are plenty of WiFi adapters on the market so we look at the best options for each situation.

Posted under: Internet

How To Delete Your Browser History

How To Delete Your Browser History

Do you know why you might want to delete your internet search history? We look at how and why you might delete your browsing history and how it can help you internet experience and help you stay safe online.

Posted under: Internet and Safety

The Cost of Internet by State In The USA

The Cost of Internet by State In The USA

Are you thinking of moving? Or feel your home internet is expensive? See our detailed analysis of the cost of internet by state across the U.S. and see the variations in service type and pricing.

Posted under: Internet

Online Privacy and Your Child: Protecting Them From Invasive Threats

Online Privacy and Your Child: Protecting Them From Invasive Threats

Your child’s safety online is a common topic but what about their digital privacy? With data collection the norm, we look at the privacy concerns you and your child need to be aware of when using the internet and social media.

Posted under: Internet and Safety

Will COVID-19 Break The Internet?

Will COVID-19 Break The Internet?

With the COVID-19 pandemic, more people than ever are relying on the internet. Just how has coronavirus increased demand and impacted internet speeds across the United States.

Posted under: Internet and Wi-Fi