Tag Archive: Network

Check to see if you’re covered by Google’s Project Fi network

Networks, when you think about it, come down to one thing: coverage.

If you’re not covered where you live, work and travel … well, nothing else matters. But in partnering with three U.S. carriers — Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular — Google’s Project Fi definitely has an interesting advantage. (And remember you also have calling available over Wi-Fi when you need it.)

But the question stands: will you have Project Fi coverage where you live, work and travel? And, of  [Read More…]

BLU finally made a phone that supports Sprint’s network

US smartphone maker BLU appears to have a new smartphone in the pipeline which will mark a first for the company. The device is called the BLU S1 and it could be the first handset produced by the company to be compatible with Sprint’s CDMA network. The product appears listed on the carrier’s BYOD (bring […]

This $20 UPS can keep your home network connected when the power goes out

Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with a great deal on APC’s home network UPS!

There’s nothing worse than losing power in the middle of an important project and losing all of your data along with it. Having your devices connected to an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is a smart choice, and one you’ll thank yourself for making. Right now you can pick up APC’s Back-UPS Connected battery backup for just $ 19.66, a savings  [Read More…]

Get this 200-hour network security training bundle at 98% off!

Network security is an issue that plagues plenty of internet users, especially corporations with important data they must safeguard. To ensure their security is up to snuff, they call in a professional who understands the risks involved and who can test their systems. These professionals are in high demand, but the training needed to pass the certification exams is usually quite expensive.

Anyone interested in becoming a network security ninja needs a course that won’t break the bank — it’s  [Read More…]

Switch from iOS to Android with ease with the MEEM Network

From the creators of the MEEM memory cable which can back up your phone’s data while also charge it up, this week comes a new product called the MEEM Network. The MEEM Network offers cross-platform functionality between Android and iOS by allowing users to back up different devices onto the same cable with full visibility. […]

Alt-Right network Gab removed from the Play Store

Google has removed alt-right social network Gab from the Play Store.

Google has removed alt-right social network Gab from the Play Store, the social network shared on Twitter. This comes days after Nazis protested in Charlottesville, VA, leaving one woman dead after a protester drove a van into a crowd of counter protesters. Two police officers also perished when a police helicopter crashed during the protests.

Gab stated the application was removed for violating the Play Store’s  [Read More…]

T-Mobile’s first 600MHz LTE network is now live, compatible phones coming soon

After spending $ 8 billion on a new low-band spectrum to improve its wireless network back in April, T-Mobile this week announced the first 600MHz LTE network is now live in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The new network, which uses Nokia equipment promises to offer better coverage in rural areas and inside buildings and less data congestion compared […]

T-Mobile promises a stronger LTE network as it continues to trounce rivals in net additions

T-Mobile impressed by beating estimates in Q2, which is usually its weakest quarter.

T-Mobile has no chill. Even as it continues to outpace the rest of the industry in almost every metric, from net user additions to year-over-year revenue growth, it can’t help but take shots at its biggest competitors, Verizon and AT&T.

After claiming, based on independent speeds tests, that Verizon fell to third place in national rankings for LTE download speeds, T-Mobile CEO John Legere  [Read More…]

Protect every device on your network forever for only $225!

Sure, you have a firewall and antivirus on your PC, but what about all the other devices on your network? The ever-growing threat of hacking should be taken seriously; your webcam is always watching and your phone and tablet contain important data. If you’re in the process of automating your home, you also have to take into account your lightbulbs, fridge, doorbell, thermostat, etc.

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LG X Charge with 4500mAh battery lands on Comcast’s new cellular network

LG X Power2 comes to North America as the X Charge.

LG has announced the X Charge, a budget phone with a 5.5-inch 720p display and a massive battery that is now available on Comcast’s new cellular service, Xfinity Mobile. The 4500mAh battery is the largest LG put in a phone thus far, with the brand claiming that the phone will deliver battery life that will last an entire weekend. If that sounds familiar, it’s because the X Charge  [Read More…]