Category: Internet

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Firefox vs Chrome – Which is better? Faster?

December 1st, 2016 by

Firefox vs. Chrome.  The showdown!  Which browser is better? And faster? Well, let’s first say what they both can accomplish.  Both Firefox and Chrome can access your favorite sites and bookmarks.  They both have tabbed browsing and can be accessed from any computer. In short, I first used Firefox after being sick of tired of…

How I lowered my Verizon FIOS bill in half.

November 16th, 2016 by

We love our boob-tube and digital highway, a.k.a. TV and Internet.  We love it so much that we sometimes let our bills and increasing amounts slip away from us.  Watching Bravo, HBO and having high-speed WiFi Internet access is invaluable, right?  Well, maybe, but it still doesn’t mean you can’t slice your Verizon FIOS bill…

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What is net neutrality? Why should I care?

November 10th, 2016 by

You may have heard of net neutrality being thrown around with the new Trump administration coming aboard. In short, net neutrality is ensuring Internet Service Providers, ISP’s, such as TimeWarner and Verizon, show content equally to consumers. So, this means TimeWarner must not block any channels such as the MSG Network if you want to…

Crowdpilot – is it legal? – Listen to other people’s conversations

February 23rd, 2014 by

You can with just a simple app, Crowdpilot, listen to others’ live conversations.  This is done all through any smartphone.  The idea behind this is to allow others to give advice while you’re in mid-conversation, whether it be through a break-up, business meeting, or other important or actually not-so important convo. Here’s how it works:…

Comcast buys Time Warner Cable – What does it mean for me?

February 17th, 2014 by

The two biggest cable companies in the United States are, yes, you got it, Comcast and Time Warner Cable.  The two have merged into one for a $45 billion price tag that Comcast has paid.  Well, there goes the industry, right?  The two super powers forming one sort of leaves the rest of the Internet…