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This book summary service will save you countless hours and it’s dirt cheap right now

Great leaders have a number of qualities in common, including commitment, communication, passion, and agility. Some leaders are born with the skills and traits, and are fortunate to have the innate ability to manage employees and grow a vision. Others need to study up, practice, and make concerted efforts.

Time is the most precious commodity any one of us ever gets to spend. It’s what we do with that time that makes us who we are. If you’re an entrepreneur  [Read More…]

Ultra Mobile is giving away free service to political refugees

Sit back in your chair, clear your mind, and imagine this. A new governor has been elected in your state and imposed a new draconian law that makes you fear for the safety of you and your loved ones. Your only option to make sure you’re safe is to leave. You pack up your kids and your partner and just start driving and land in a city you’ve never been to before while using all of your resources just to  [Read More…]

NordVPN, our favorite VPN service, is on sale for just $3 per month

Subscribe to our top-rated VPN service from just $ 3 per month.

There are a bunch of VPN services out there, each with their own benefits and drawbacks. We tried a bunch and rated NordVPN as the best service on the market in 2019 and right now you can grab yourself a subscription for just $ 3 per month.

When looking for a VPN service, you want one that is affordable but also maintains your privacy and  [Read More…]

T-Mobile begins testing its home internet service in rural America

It’s expected to be live in 50,000 homes by the end of 2019.

On March 21, T-Mobile announced that it’s started testing a new in-home internet service using its LTE network to bring fast, reliable data speeds to people in the U.S. that live in rural areas with limited access to broadband services.

Simply called “T-Mobile Home Internet”, the service delivers download speeds up to 50Mbps via LTE with no data caps. Customers will pay $ 50/month  [Read More…]

Game On: Google Stadia debuts as cloud-based gaming service

Google today announced Stadia, its cloud-based service which lets people play high-quality games on any virtually any device.

As Google sees things, there are two major markets to tap into in the gaming space. There are those who love to play and there are those who love to watch others play. Stadia is designed with both types of people in mind.

First things first, Stadia is not a console. It’s a service, more or less, that lets people play on  [Read More…]

Stadia: What you need to know about Google’s game streaming service

Google’s vision for the future of gaming has been revealed.

The world of gaming is changing. Google has a new platform called Stadia, and rather than coming to market with another console or PC competitor, Stadia’s a new service that allows you to play your favorite games on all of your devices using powerful streaming technology.

Ready to learn more? Let’s dive in.

The latest Stadia news March 19, 2019 — Stadia is announced at GDC 2019  [Read More…]

Spotify Premium now includes Hulu service for just $9.99 a month

Yep, you read that right. Spotify and Hulu.

Spotify today rolled out a new bundle that’s almost too darn good to pass up. For $ 9.99 a month you’ll get Spotify Premium — and Hulu’s basic level of ad-supported service.

Spotify if employing some serious FOMO here, though, artificially limiting the number of folks who will be able to take advantage of this deal. How many until we hit a cap? That’s unknown. But one way or another  [Read More…]

PSA: Verizon’s experiencing a service outage in Michigan

You have a cut fiber optic cable to thank.

If you live in Michigan and rely on Verizon for your phone service, chances are you’ve noticed that things haven’t been working that well today. You’re not the only one.

Around 10:45 AM on February 27, Verizon customers started reporting they didn’t have service on their phones. At 3:00 PM, Verizon still didn’t have an ETA as to when things would go back to normal.

In a statement  [Read More…]

Google may reveal more details about its cloud gaming service on March 19

It’s taking place in San Francisco.

Between Samsung’s Unpacked event and MWC, February’s proven to be a pretty big month for tech announcements. Now, Google’s confirmed that it’s holding its own event on March 19 in San Francisco.

The invite doesn’t reveal much, simply inviting people to “gather around” and noting that “all will be revealed at the Google Keynote.”

So, what in the world will Google be talking about at this event? Most likely, this is  [Read More…]

How to cancel your Verizon service

Can you hear me now? No? Leave Verizon behind.

If you’re not happy with Verizon’s service, it’s your right to cancel whenever you please. Just remember that you signed an agreement with the carrier, so you’re probably not getting off scot-free.

The penalties and processes associated with canceling your Verizon service will depend on whether you’re on a traditional two-year contract or in a month-to-month agreement. We’ll tell you how to do both.

We’ll also give you  [Read More…]