Many Android phones can create handy hotspots to share your phone’s internet connections, but they can be tedious to set up. Google wants to fix this with its new Instant Tethering feature.
As we’ve established time and again, your clever tricks aren’t protecting your password. If you or someone you know uses Bible references as a password, that trick is pretty easy to crack, too.
In case you missed the news last month, Comcast is rolling out its 1TB data cap plans to a lot more people in November. If you’re in one of the affected areas, it’s probably a good idea to start monitoring your usage.
It’s time to wrap up Evil Week, and what better way than by pitting two of the most evil industries against each other. Today, we’re flipping our usual script upside down to find out who’s worse: cell carriers or cable companies.
When you turn off Wi-Fi on your Windows laptop, you probably don’t want to turn it off forever. Yet that’s what Windows will assume until you tell it differently. In Windows 10, however, you can finally specify that you only want to turn it off for a little while.
If you’ve managed to avoid Comcast’s awful data caps so far, your luck is probably about to run out. Starting November 1st, 18 new markets will get hit with the 1TB data caps that some areas already deal with.
iOS/Android: Speedify is a handy way to combine multiple internet connections into one mega pipe. Now, it’s even better. In 4.0, you can send redundant data over multiple connections, and get started without an account.
Thanks to confusing bundles, hidden charges, misleading promises, and obscure terms, everyone agrees that cable TV and internet providers are the absolute worst. I tried to comparison shop for internet service in my area and ended up an awful mess of sketchy terms, and upsells. It shouldn’t be like this.
According to local news reports, an area man stopped checking Twitter for a few minutes yesterday and promptly died because he wasn’t up to date on the haps. Except that didn’t happen. It never happens. So don’t worry like it does.
Verizon customers can now stream videos—including live NBA games!—from its otherwise-forgotten go90 video service without it counting towards their data caps! This sounds good, but it’s a trap. Here’s why.
Everyone on planet Earth, and likely a few aliens by this point, have encountered some rage-inducing internet user that gets off on making you mad. This video explains what makes them tick.
Still desperately trying to find some workaround to get unlimited data on AT&T? Well, here’s a new arrow in your quiver of tricks. You can get unlimited wireless data, as long as you buy home TV service
internet through AT&T as well.
The internet is one of the world’s greatest inventions. It’s also sometimes used by some real jerks to do some pretty crappy stuff. If you’ve ever had to deal with online harassment, or are just worried you might, Speak Up & Stay Safe(r) teaches the basics of dealing with jerks online.
Everyone is so angry these days, right? Not necessarily. While there are plenty of legitimate things to be angry about, here’s how sites can turn a relatively mundane event into a “controversy” everyone comments on.
Logging out of your account when you’re done using a computer other than your own is just good security. If you use multiple accounts and want to simplify the process, Super Logout can log you out of over 30 major services at once.
I’m a Comcast customer currently living in Atlanta. As such, I am one of the lucky
victims customers who gets to try out Comcast’s data caps. This means my home internet has a cap, after which I will be charged fees for using my internet. This is some horse shit.