The broadband internet market has grown significantly over the years, leading to a lot of new innovation and the ability to access the internet using a modem of your choice. One great device that was introduced over the years is the mobile broadband dongle, and it is currently one of the most popular devices used to access the internet due to its flexibility, the security it offers and several other advantages. Personally, I believe that using a mobile broadband dongle can be a smart decision, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have disadvantages and I think we all need to know about its disadvantages before deciding to use it.
With all the recent talk about 4G service and its blazing speeds, there is much debate as to which service will provide the best download and uploads transfers. There are basically three networks that are dominating the internet landscape and include LTE, WIMAX, and HSPA+. There are differences between these services which are explained below to help you choose the right service for you and your family.
The kind of access you get to the internet often varies significantly depending on your location, and sometimes, it doesn’t matter how fast your internet connection is access to some websites will still be slow. Speed is one of the most important factors to consider when connecting to the internet, and it is important to know that the fact that a particular website is taking ages to load doesn’t necessarily mean your internet connection is slow. Based on constant research, and my experience with getting slow internet connections to be faster, I have discovered a lot of great ways to access the internet in a faster way, and one such way is through the use of a DNS service.
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Micrsoft has just released the Internet Explorer 8 Language pack for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. This pack allows you to install specific resource files which will users to view the user interface of IE8 in various supported languages. Individual language packs are available in the following languages, Arabic, Bosnian (Cyrillic), Bosnian (Latin), Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Hong Kong), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Portugal), Portuguese (Brazil), Romanian, Russian, Serbian (Cyrillic), Serbian (Latin), Slovakian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese.
The first half of 2008 was a dead period for the blog. With me tied up with MBA activities, I simply didn’t have time and the blog got neglected. I decided to work on reviving the blog and post August has seen a steady flow of posts.
If you’re located in a place like me where I have a host of wifi and LAN connections to choose from. In such a situation, I’m constantly required to change my IP settings and other settings whenever I jump networks. I normally don’t need to use to a tool for this, as practice does speeds up this process.
Using too many plugins in Firefox will make an already resource hungry Firefox to get hungrier. I make sure that I keep the add-ons down to a minimum. However, there are a few plugins I just need to have installed in my browser!
While, I’d love to write an entire article for this, it would simply spoil the fun. From the site: Forumwarz is a parody role-playing game that takes place on the Internet. In fact, Forumwarz is the Internet…
I remember nearly ten years ago me venturing into a tiny cyber cafe in an attempt to understand what the Internet was all about, what email is and what did people mean when they said chat online. Those days, to use the internet cost a bomb with horrible dialup speeds. Well, the internet today still costs a bomb but the speeds have gotten significantly better!
Google launched their brand new ISP which provides free in-home broadband via wifi. The ISP is called TiSP. Read the official press release or find out how to go about getting it.