May 25, 2016

Google’s OnHub Router Gains IFTTT Support

April 28, 2016 Chris Crum

Last year, Google introduced its OnHub router through a partnership with TP-LINK. The device was aimed at simplifying Wi-Fi and making it less annoying, giving you fast, easy, and secure Wi-Fi as opposed to “unplugging and re-plugging cords, trying to decipher blinking lights, or contemplating a call to customer support.” […]

Open Sourced SONiC for Running Network Devices

March 11, 2016 Chris Crum

Last week at the Open Compute Project (OCP) Summit in San Jose, Microsoft announced an open sourced “Software for Open Networking in the Cloud (SONiC)” for running network devices like switches. Mellanox, Dell, Arista, and Broadcom collaborated the company on the project. You can see the keynote remarks from Microsoft’s […]

Google Fiber Bringing Internet Service to Public Housing

February 8, 2016 Chris Crum

Google announced that it will bring gigabit Internet service to residents in all public housing properties that it connects with Google Fiber. This is launching with the Housing Authority of Kansas City at West Bluff. This is the first property to get gigabit Internet as a part of the program […]

You Might Not Be Getting The Internet Speed You Paid For

October 28, 2015 Josh Wolford

Are you really getting the internet speed you think you’re getting? Three internet service providers – Verizon, Cablevision, and Time Warner Cable – have received a letter from New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman asking them to provide any and all documents they have on “disclosures they have made to […]

Many Demand For Specific Privacy Rules For ISPS

July 29, 2015 Josh Wolford

In order to obtain the necessary services that the country’s various internet service providers offer, Americans must give up a lot of personal information. And what those companies do with said information should be a concern of every single American.

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