Master the art of resetting Google WiFi for seamless performance. Follow our step-by-step guide to keep your digital activities uninterrupted.
In recent years we have become more and more dependent on home internet services. From online shopping, to working from home, being able to browse the web from the comfort of your own living room is a luxury of the modern age. However, did you know that there is a chance that you could be paying too much for your home internet? Your home internet should not have to come at a high price.Let us discover 3 easy ways to save money on your home internet. Work Out What You Need Start by assessing how much internet your household actually uses. If you frequently stream music, films and TV shows,…
New Wi-Fi milestones and developments are blossoming within the new year. Compared to most consumer technology, Wi-Fi has undergone fast evolution and opportunity driven by the internet of things, new standards, cloud-managed Wi-Fi, and other trends.
Have you ever broken the law? “Of course not,” you reply, despite knowing the number of laws you probably have broken. From speeding occasionally to pinching the odd chocolate bar from the store as a child, it’s a wonder there aren’t ‘Wanted’ signs up around town with a ransom for your arrest. We are joking, of course, but many of us have knowingly committed a crime at some point in our lives. However, chances are, there may be crimes that you are committing unwittingly. Check out the following examples. 1. Crossing the road Crime: Most of us cross one road or another every single day. Why should that be illegal?…
Identity theft has been among the top concerns of taxpayers in recent years. According to a 2015 Identity Fraud Study by Javelin Strategy & Research, identity thieves stole $16 billion from 12.7 million US consumers in 2014, which translates into roughly a new victim every two seconds.
The internet has become a vital part of everyday life, especially for people living in urban areas. In fact, it's not much of an exaggeration to say that access to the internet is a basic human right, much like having access to food, shelter, and clothing.
If you're the right age to have children bound for college, it's likely you remember quite a different high school or college experience than kids today. Instead of books, notepads, and folders, today's students often need materials a little more modern. Tech is pretty much essential for a student to survive and the right tech can make getting those high grades a little easier than it used to be.
Communication technology has improved beyond all recognition over the last couple of decades. Innovators have successfully made the world a smaller place by linking people together. It is now possible to communicate with almost anyone on the planet in a matter of seconds. So, we wanted to take a look at some of the technologies that allow that to happen.
The TV is far from being a new type of gadget in our homes, but this doesn't mean it doesn't continue to get better with every new model. Producers manage to impress us with better resolutions, enhanced viewing experience, better-looking devices, and even new features.
Nice becomes naughty; this quote holds very true when you switches from a feature phone to a brand new smartphone. The moment we bought a smartphone, we started building castles in the air. We started sifting through the Google Play Store and end up installing several applications; including HD games. Here, the first thing to keep in mind is that smartphones are also known as battery-drainers. Manufacturers like Samsung, HTC, Sony, LR or Huawei, etc. are offering their best with every newly launched smartphone. Battery-issues doesn’t belong to the device’s manufacturer, it entirely depends on the way you use your Android smartphone. Here are some tips following which you can…
Would you like to live the dream and travel around the world? It's a nice idea, but it isn't plausible for most people. You need a lot of money to pay for the trip that could take months to complete. Saving that money is almost impossible when you consider your other financial obligations. There is, however, one possible solution.
Everywhere we look nowadays, we see technology moving forward at an ever-increasing pace. It seems like new phones come out every other week, and technology that even science fiction authors wouldn't have dreamed of sixty years ago is now commonplace. Who would have thought that cars will someday drive themselves? Or that we would have drones flying around and monitoring everything we do?