If you’ve ever streamed or watched a video or some footage online, you may have experienced buffering. Essentially, buffering is evident when the footage you are watching or streaming stops […]
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Without a personal VPN, hackers and data sniffers can tap into your connection on an unsecured public Wi-Fi Hotspot.
Television watchers have a new way to enjoy their favourite shows, which is Internet protocol television, or IPTV for short. Essentially, IPTV is any service which plays television shows as […]
If you think you aren’t getting your full broadband line speed, then use the broadband speed test results as ammunition to confront your ISP.
If you’re in the market for an internet connection that will outshine your competitors’, what are the things you need to consider?
With 18% of the UK’s population using smart phones alone and that number growing everyday, the implementation of portable Internet access has never been a more pressing issue for the […]
In telecommunications, white spaces refer to frequencies allocated to a broadcasting service but not used locally. Google would like to use white spaces for a “Super WiFi,” and they think they are one step closer toward […]
Subscribers are on the march towards Verizon communications. Ever since Apple announced that its iPhone would be available for service besides AT&T, subscribers have been anxiously waiting for the iPhone […]
As part of the UK’s plan to get Britain one of the best super-fast broadband networks in the world by 2015, British Telecom is set to trial the rollout of […]
If enough people resist, the “Hurt Locker” producers will face a similar quandary of having to pay high attorney fees in order to secure a settlement that may or may […]
British Telecom are pressing ahead with their high-speed fibre rollout and the latest country to benefit is Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly according to a report by the BBC. […]
By implementing that plan, the FCC would free up around 500MHz of a new wireless spectrum within 10 years or so for commercial licensed and unlicensed use. The plan recommends […]
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