There's no question that the digital technologies developed over the past half-century have completely changed the world. So much of our lives have moved online that having a solid internet connection has become a requirement for succeeding in modern life; the web is how we communicate, find jobs, shop, meet people, learn, work, and so much more. However, if you are from an area considered "rural," or if you've ever spent considerable time in one, you know that finding a good internet connection that allows
A WiFi adapter is one of those devices that you hardly think about if everything is working just fine, but you quickly remember it if you are having issues with your internet connection. A WiFi adapter is relatively inexpensive (in most cases) and can make a world of difference. While many devices will have one built-in, they often are not the best available and cannot get the best signal you need for streaming, gaming, and more. Often people want a replacement and are right for doing so.
There is a lot more to deleting your browser history than just keeping your computer clean and hitting the "erase history" button in the options menu, even though on a surface level, that is all it is. Your browser history can be a window into sensitive information, a way people you are not fond of can snoop on you, or a way companies can get more information on you. Erasing it is a process, and at the very least, you can better understand what makes it so important to make informed decisions about it in th
Internet service in one form or another is an absolute necessity for most Americans, especially in recent years, as more services are primarily operating online, and the need for people to work from home and digitally communicate increases. Yet internet service can get expensive, whether it comes packaged in a cable bundle or as a standalone service.
In a world where the internet is becoming increasingly invasive, and metadata about us collated by major corporations seems to be the norm, you may already be concerned about privacy. If you're reading this, that's likely not your only or your primary concern. You're worried about these same things, but as they relate to your child instead. And you have reason to be concerned. While children have a greater right to privacy in many spaces, the internet doesn't always discriminate, and cybercriminals simply d
The pandemic that defined all of 2020 and that continues to define 2021 has changed our lives in many ways. It's been so disruptive that we will likely be talking about it for decades, analyzing the many different ways it reshaped our society. All of this added stress on the internet had people concerned about how well our networks would hold up. There was concern in the pandemic's early days that all that extra demand would "break" the internet. So, how did the internet hold up?
Ever since the television became a fixture in middle-class homes starting in the 1950s and 1960s, TV has been an integral part of American culture. However, in the past 15 years, change has defined the industry. The rise of the internet and streaming services has given people a lot of alternatives. Considering that the cost of cable has been steadily rising over the years, people are increasingly saying goodbye to cable, a trend known as cutting the cord.
If you’re buying a router either to set up a new network or to update your current one and improve performance, there is a huge range of options at many different price points. As this is such an important purchase, it’s essential to consider each one carefully.
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In 2020 cord-cutters are spoiled for choice with a range of different streaming services to choose from. In this article, we look at the main three: Netflix, Amazon Video and Hulu and discuss the pros and cons of each.