I can’t count the number of times I’ve been trying to log in to a local wi-fi network, just to find that every available network is either locked down or requires me to pay for a day of access. And the chief company that manages these hotspots is Boingo. You’ve probably bumped into them at
Windows PC and Android users are used to the continuous stream of updates available for both operating system and applications software. Even iOS users receive a regular diet of app updates. The flow of updates for Apple software is relatively scant by comparison. That changed this week with Apple releasing updates for all of their major software platforms, including iOS, MacOS, their Safari browser, WatchOS, tvOS and both iCloud and iTunes on Windows platforms.
What prompted so many updates all at once? Security.
i see that VIPRE is best security and virus protection system overall for windows..but what about Apple Mac products as i have one of each? Geek Squad wanted me to install their Kaspersky for over $130 per year, and I feel like that’s a rip-off. What do you recommend?
Conference call in the shower? Music in the bath? An outdoor speaker for when it’s raining and you still want to be outside, perhaps soaking up the H20? Sure! That’s what SpeakStick offers, and in this video review I review and compare both the SpeakStick Pro and the SpeakStick Classic. Without being in the shower,
Ever wish you had a wifi hotspot that was completely secure and mobile? One that you could pull out, power up, and jump online without worrying about that slow, insecure public wifi network? One that let you sidestep expensive hotel wireless networks?
I had a chance to try out three different AT&T Wireless wifi hotspots on a recent trip for just these reasons, and here’s how it all worked out…