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Router vs Mesh Networking: What’s best for your home Wi-Fi network?

Don’t just replace a working home Wi-Fi network because Google Wi-Fi is new, but if you need a change here are some tips to get you started. Google Wifi isn’t the first consumer-focused mesh networking product. Offerings from eero and … Continue reading

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Sprint and Tidal’s alliance bears fruit: six free months of HiFi service for Now Network customers

It took Sprint long enough to kick off the Tidal promotion everyone was eagerly anticipating, with the carrier’s subscribers offered free HiFi streaming. The post Sprint and Tidal’s alliance bears fruit: six free months of HiFi service for Now Network … Continue reading

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AT&T’s ’5G Evolution’ network isn’t a brand (new) problem

AT&T told us it would be rolling out its 5G lie back in February. At the time, no one cared. Here’s why we still shouldn’t care. In February, AT&T announced that it would launch something called a 5G Evolution network … Continue reading

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What do all those networking terms mean? Network nerdery for dummies

Making sense of those acronyms and abbreviations. “Hey, man. Did you hear that Qualcomm’s new X20 modem is rated for cat 18 LTE, carries 12 spatial streams and is 4×4 MIMO capable? Isn’t that cool?” Maybe that’s cool, but really … Continue reading

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Get this 200-hour network security training bundle at 98% off!

Network security is an issue that plagues plenty of internet users, especially corporations with important data they must safeguard. To ensure their security is up to snuff, they call in a professional who understands the risks involved and who can … Continue reading

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