Topic: Internet

Ad Review Board Claims AT&T is Falsely Advertising U-Verse as “Fastest Internet for the Price”

Ad Review Board Claims AT&T is Falsely Advertising U-Verse as “Fastest Internet for the Price”

It's probably hard to believe that a telecom company would use misleading advertising (eyeroll), but that's exactly what an advertising review board is saying AT&T has done with its U-Verse Internet service.The … [Read more...]

The True Risks of Using Domain Name Generators

The True Risks of Using Domain Name Generators

Finding the right domain name for your eCommerce business is never easy. It can be discouraging after searching for a while and still not coming up with anything that matches your needs. You start to consider your … [Read more...]

Facebook Aims at Social Networking for Work

Facebook Aims at Social Networking for Work

When it comes to social networks, Facebook is pretty much at the top of the heap. There are tons of choices out there, from Google+ to Twitter, from LinkedIn to the sparse Ello – but at the end of the day, everyone who … [Read more...]

President Obama Outlines Plan to Preserve Net Neutrality

President Obama Outlines Plan to Preserve Net Neutrality

With two years left in his final term as the chief executive, US President Barack Obama today announced his plan “for a free and open Internet,” the latest ray of hope for proponents of net neutrality. The plan is a … [Read more...]

Want 4K Ultra HD Video on Netflix? It’ll Cost You

Want 4K Ultra HD Video on Netflix? It’ll Cost You

Televisions supporting Ultra HD, or "4K" resolution, aren't all that affordable yet. But Netflix has been ahead of the curve with the technology, offering super-high-resolution streams for shows like Breaking Bad … [Read more...]

Paypal and eBay to Split in 2015

Paypal and eBay to Split in 2015

Lately it seems we’ve heard a lot about mergers and acquisitions: Apple buying Beats, Samsung buying SmartThings, Microsoft buying Nokia (and Mojang), among plenty of others. What we don’t hear so often is the … [Read more...]

Bash Bug Threatens Mac, Linux Security, and More

Bash Bug Threatens Mac, Linux Security, and More

It’s been a few months since we were too worried about general Internet security, so thankfully we have a new exploit to freak out about. Referred to as “the Bash bug” or the “Shellshock bug,” the exploit was … [Read more...]

A Year Without Cable Meets An Early End

A Year Without Cable Meets An Early End

The box to the right is the white flag I’m waving to Big Red, also known as Verizon. The experiment is over. Twenty-one weeks after canceling the TV portion of my Verizon FiOS package and trying to survive on … [Read more...]

Did Microsoft Accidentally Tease Windows 9 in China?

Did Microsoft Accidentally Tease Windows 9 in China?

At the end of the month, Microsoft will reportedly unveil a preview of the latest version of its operating system, Windows Threshold, which many believe will be called Windows 9 when it’s released. While news of that … [Read more...]

Celeb Photo Hack Points to Cloud Storage Insecurities

Celeb Photo Hack Points to Cloud Storage Insecurities

This weekend, a subject that’s usually reserved for the fevered dreams of adolescent boys hitting Google – that of nude celebrity photos – made national headlines. It seems that sensitive photos of celebrities like … [Read more...]