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Lowest Price Ever: 10.5" iPad Pros for $599 with no tax in 48 states, plus $150-$350 off 12" MacBooks, $50-$150 off Apple Watch 2

Shoppers can instantly save $50 on 64GB and 256GB 10.5-inch iPad Pros (Wi-Fi) this week with no tax collected outside NY and NJ. Or pick up an ultraportable 2016 12" MacBook for up to $350 off with prices starting at $1,149. Apple Watch Series 2 devices are also up to $150 off instantly.

This iDevices Switch Smart plug works with Apple HomeKit and just matched its lowest price

Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with a deal on a smart plug that works with Apple HomeKit! The iDevices Switch Wi-Fi Smart plug is down to $29.15 on Amazon right now. This price matches a drop we saw on Prime Day, but it has been hovering around $37 ever since then. Show More Summary

$50 off iRobot Roomba 690 Wi-Fi Alexa Compatible Robotic Vacuum - Deal Alert

2 hours agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

It's lowest price to date on Amazon, the Roomba 690 is currently discounted $50. Roomba loosens, lifts, & suctions dirt while navigating around furniture and clutter. Clean and schedule from anywhere. It's WiFi compatible and works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. See this deal on Amazon. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

US Mobile Announces World’s Largest Unlimited Wi-Fi Plan

PRESS RELEASE: US Mobile, a mission-driven wireless carrier started by serial telecom entrepreneur Ahmed Khattak, announced today the launch of unlimited Wi-Fi access in more than 120 countries and on 20 leading airlines (including Delta, American...

iPhone keep connecting to spotty public Wi-Fi? Apple has a solution.

Tired of being asked to join terrible Wi-Fi networks? You’re in luck.   Users have noticed the latest iOS 11 beta release includes an automated "Auto Join Disabled" feature, which stops your phone from connecting to spotty public Wi-Fi...Show More Summary

If You Need To Work On Holiday, Don't Use Free Public Wi-Fi

Australians are pretty lucky compared to workers in other countries when it comes to leave provisions. Most people get 20 days of annual leave, ten days of sick leave and we have a decent number of public holidays to complement those. But people seem to struggle to switch off and they end up taking their work with them. Show More Summary

Deals: Dominate Wi-Fi Dead Zones In Your House For 70% Off

You might pay top-dollar for your Wi-Fi connection, but it probably doesn't feel that way when your connection cuts out around the house. That's why NetSpot Home is a essential for keeping tabs on your network's performance. More »      

iOS 11 will finally kill a bug that’s been annoying iPhone owners

How many times have you connected to a public Wi-Fi spot only to find out that it’s not delivering that free internet connection you seek? By default, your iPhone or iPad will keep reconnecting to the same Wi-Fi network when in reach, unless you manually remove the network from the Settings app, or disable Wi-Fi when out and about. Show More Summary

Congressional delegation calls for review of Wi-Fi monopoles

The state's entire congressional delegation is calling on federal officials to review a proposal to construct hundreds of Wi-Fi poles, some as tall as 74 feet, along the route of … Click to Continue »

During Your MTA Commute...

Topic: Libraries Open Access Public can now read e-books courtesy of a new program called Subway Library, sponsored by the NY, Brooklyn and Queens libraries and enabled by wi-fi throughout the NYC subway transit system. A choice of pretty good selections too, many with NYC themes.

Our favorite mesh Wi-Fi system was just discounted on Amazon

Look, we’re going to level with you: if you want a mesh Wi-Fi system for your home, there are pretty much only two options you should even both considering right now. If you want to save some money and you don’t need anything too crazy, Google Wifi is definitely the way to go. Show More Summary

How to Live the "Location Independent" Lifestyle

Have you dreamed of traveling the world, using your laptop and a Wi-Fi connection to do all the work you need to do, from anywhere you want, whenever it's convenient for you? For years, this has been called telecommuting and more recently, digital nomadism. Lately, this lifestyle has been called...

Apple releases iOS 11 beta 4: new app icons, prevents automatic connection to bad Wi-Fi networks and more

Coinciding with the release of the final Android O Developer Preview 4, Apple Inc. has announced the latest developer preview for its operating system. Apple’s fourth iOS 11 developer beta comes just two weeks after the previous release and with it a host of new features and updates. Show More Summary

Niue in Alofi, Niue

Who wouldn't want to live on an island with universal free wi-fi, currency featuring characters from Pokemon and Doctor Who, with a landscape covered in beautiful natural formations? Apparently, the island's natives themselves, mostShow More Summary

Optoma taps into Android for latest mini projector

Following a trail blazed by the likes of Touchjet and JmGO, Optoma Technology has launched a pint-sized projector that has an Android OS heart. The IntelliGO-S1 has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wireless content streaming, a built-in audio...Show More Summary

5 Wi-Fi Hotspot Finders to Find Free Wi-Fi Spots Near You

It’s hard to be away from a Wi-Fi signal. Slower internet, data limits, no Spotify; it’s the stuff of nightmares. Luckily; it’s increasingly unlikely that you’ll be away from a Wi-Fi connection for long. In any metropolitan area, there’s an almost limitless supply of hotspots. Show More Summary

Accused of throttling Netflix, Verizon starts site to explain how Wi-Fi works

When it isn’t out to slay net neutrality or throttle internet speeds for Netflix and YouTube, it appears that Verizon wants to educate people about the internet. The telecommunications conglomerate has quietly rolled out a pleasantly-designed...Show More Summary

Hackers are targeting hotel Wi-Fi with particularly evil malware

Just because your hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi, it doesn’t mean you have to take it. Hackers may be lurking, looking to compromise your computer, especially if you’re a high priority target staying at luxury hotels around the globe. The...Show More Summary

Slow Internet downloads? Look to Wi-Fi first, then blame your ISP

3 days agoNews : USAToday: News

How to check that you're getting the Internet speed you've paid for.        

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