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AT&T DSL Review

ATT’s DSL Internet is still a great deal for folks looking for a reliable company that allows flexibility and so many choices to bundle their TV, phone, and Internet services together.  AT&T deals online are now better than ever, and although there are so many choices today DSL can still bring the greatest value.

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Verizon DSL Review

Verizon FiosVerizon Wireless offers some of the fastest, and most inclusive Internet Services available online.  However, with all the bells and whistles they still have one of the best low-cost solutions for DSL.  Starting at $19.99/month, Verizon has packages that are sure to fit your needs – from basic service to platinum top-shelf.   Here, we’re reviewing FIOS DSL, and DSL is still the greatest value for home Internet Service.

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AT&T to Launch Internet-Based Pay TV Service Delivery

att-directvAT&T will launch up to three internet-based TV streaming services by the end of this year. The giant mobile carrier now wants to take its acquisition DirecTV over the top.

The cable giant company was acquired by the telecom company last summer and now it is on the verge of announcing three brand new pay TV streaming services in Q4 2016. The subscriptions will see AT&T users enjoy pay TV content over the internet with no need of the usual contracts, set-top boxes or even satellite dishes. [Read more…]

Sprint Corporation’s (NYSE:S) Debt Load Hits Over Twofold Its Market Value

Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) moved up 2.3% in early session on Friday as it announced that it is pleased to collaborate with Make-A-Wish Southern Nevada in Las Vegas to provide a VIP NASCAR experience to above 20 children with severe health conditions. The children’s will get full access to the Sprint suite for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice and the Boyd Gaming 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race. Greg Post, President-Mountain Southwest Region at Sprint commented that they hope that all of these children and their family members will enjoy a great VIP experience at the NASCAR races in Las Vegas. The firm is proud and pleased to give Make-a-Wish this opportunity and to fulfill dreams of many children.
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Enlight Photo-Editing App – Impressive Even to Photographers

Enlight Photo EditingPhoto-editing hobbyists won’t want to live without this.  An addictive and creative photographic experience. The only all-in-one iPhoneography app for creating masterpieces.

Photo apps keep getting better and better. Even if you’re not into photo editing, you’re likely to use Enlight over and over if you try it.

Enlight (from Lightricks) launched its product for iPhone last week, claiming “every photo app you’ve ever needed… combined into one.” We took a look to see.  The features are hot, and it does deliver as promised. [Read more…]

Netflix malware and phishing campaigns help build emerging black market

NetflixAttackers steal users’ Netflix credentials and add them to black markets focused on providing access to the streaming service for cheaper prices.

Netflix’s popularity has sharply grown since its creation in 1997. The company recently launched its streaming service globally. It is now available in more than 190 regions around the world.

Netflix has now attracted the attention of attackers, with malware and phishing campaigns targeting Netflix users’ information. The details are then added to a growing black market that claims to provide cheaper access to the service.

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Google to provide San Francisco with insane speeds on their high-speed Internet

google fiberTo speed up the rollout, Google will use existing fiber rather than build a network from scratch. But that means only certain neighborhoods will be eligible.

Google will soon provide San Francisco its high-speed Internet. San Francisco has joined a half-dozen other cities in queue for Google’s high-speed fiber Internet service.

Google will bring the service to some apartments, condos and affordable housing properties in San Francisco, the search giant said in a blog post Wednesday. But the rollout comes with a catch. [Read more…]

Online Publishers Group Wants ISPs To Honor Do-Not-Track Requests

Web PrivacyBroadband providers inform consumers about online tracking and give them a “meaningful choice” about whether their data will be used for behaviorally targeted ads, the online publishers’ organization Digital Content Next says today in a letter to the Federal Communications Commission.

“In light of their access to sensitive information about consumers, we urge the FCC to require broadband providers to provide consumers with transparency and meaningful choice with regard to the collection and use of personal information especially when this data will be used for purposes that fall outside of a consumer’s expectation and outside of the context of the interaction where the data was collected,” the organization writes. “Consumers should have the ability to exercise choice via a mechanism that is easy to use, persistent and universal.” [Read more…]

LinkedIn Etiquette – 15 Simple Rules to Follow

Linkedin EtiquetteShould we be friends, or colleagues…?  Does my resume’ suck?  15 Rules You Should Know About LinkedIn Etiquette

Whether you’re a business owner, or looking for a job – LinkedIn is always a place potential business connections see first.  It’s social, but very different.  It’s not like you have an exact recipe to follow. [Read more…]

5 Myths About Online Safety and Kids

kids-computersIf you read any of the many horror stories about online safety you’ll want to wrap your kids up in cotton wool and ban them from the internet until they’re 35.

While inappropriate content and bad people are out there, the internet can be an exciting tool for kids too.

Knowing as much as you can about online safety is the quickest way to help keep your kids safe on the internet, which is why we’re taking a look at five big myths about online safety. [Read more…]