If you were to run Speedtest on your mobile device, you’d likely find that your WiFi connection isn’t quite what you pay for. A new study by Ookla, the team behind Speedtest, note who the biggest offenders are, as well as
Burger King has announced an expanded partnership with AT&T this morning. It seems AT&T will now be providing the wireless access for the WHOPPER Wi-Fi network in all US based Burger King restaurants.
Backup tools, even those limited to photos and videos, abound in Android, and each have their own unique features and selling points. One such app is PhotoSync which not only does away with the need for cables but even skips
When tethering your WiFi capable devices to an Android smartphone, it’s usually to check email or other quick work. The last thing you want is for cumbersome tasks to draw you into a long tethering session, but Chromebooks
Soon tech-savvy Starbucks customers slurping both lattes and bandwidth will have their Internet lives a lot easier. Google is reported to be working on an app that takes out the drudgery from connecting and authenticating to the
With shared or tiered data plans fast becoming the new normal, many of us will want to find ways to maximize the small pool of data we draw from. Though we typically don’t use more than 2GB monthly, there is a glass ceiling.
Scratch Wireless first arrived several months earlier when they announced plans to fight the other, “too expensive” cellular service options. They are an MVNO style carrier and will be going on the premise of using
The anticipated followup to HTC’s One might be just around the corner. The device has just received WiFi certification, an important step in bringing a handset to market. While the official name isn’t yet known, tested specs
If you’ve ever been in a situation where you really, really need to use your device on a plane, you’re probably happy to know the FAA lifted restrictions recently allowing for broader use of devices and WiFi. Unfortunately,
Google has announced a program to take unused TV spectrum whitespace, and repurpose it for use. By creating a spectrum database, Google hopes to allow third parties to use spectrum as needed, and let device manufacturers let the