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New website ranks hotels by the speed of their WiFi connection Published: 05:57 EST, 27 July 2014 Updated: 05:58 EST, 27 July 2014 View comments As it appears that Brits hate being parted from the internet even when they are on holiday, many will
But we've all experienced the anguish of not being able to check our work emails (read: stream TV shows) because the connection is just too slow. A new website called Hotel WiFi Test is now helping us avoid those painful situations...You just type
Hotel WiFi Test , July 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Hotel WiFi Test is excited to announce its newest feature, which can predict the WiFi speed in most major hotels around the world. This new tool is in addition to Hotel WiFi Test's main function,
Dan Petro, a security analyst for the Bishop Fox IT consulting firm, built a proof of concept device that's able to hack into any Google Chromecasts nearby to project Rick Astley's Never Gonna Give You Up, or any other video a prankster might choose.
A school system in Forest City, North Carolina offers every middle and high school student a free laptop, but unfortunately nearly half of those students don't have access to the Internet at home, according to school administrators. That's when
Airport public WiFi is a tempting solution and lets you work on the marketing plan stored on your Google Drive. With 5.8 million hotspots expected to be available by 2015, it's becoming easier to work remotely from anywhere. The danger with using
tecnomovida / Flickr) Regulators have just approved a big package of federal aid for schools and libraries so that they can upgrade their WiFi networks, as part of a larger effort to modernize the way educators connect their charges to the Web.
Perhaps the listing jogged nervous memories of the FBI's recent undercover stings on the state Capitol, the ones that involved secretly recorded conversations of agents offering bribes to state Sens...The two Democrats were indicted earlier this year
Fraser Coast Chronicle A man who installed security cameras at a shop in Queensland was sentenced to 12 months in prison after he was caught stealing by the same cameras. Robert James Wroe was sentenced in the Maryborough Magistrates Court for
THE free wireless internet access network covering public spaces in Adelaide's CBD and North Adelaide is officially up and running. Today's launch in Adelaide at the Central Market has prompted claims the network is one of the largest CBD-wide