Tag Archive: WiFi


Fix Wi-Fi Problems in OS X Yosemite

Some Mac users who upgraded to OS X Yosemite have discovered a variety of wireless network connectivity issues, ranging from dropping wi-fi connections, to an inability to connect to the outside world despite being connected to a wifi router, even suddenly and strangely slow internet speeds. These network issues seem to occur most often on … Read More

Fix Wi-Fi Problems in OS X Yosemite

Some Mac users who upgraded to OS X Yosemite have discovered a variety of wireless network connectivity issues, ranging from dropping wi-fi connections, to an inability to connect to the outside world despite being connected to a wifi router, even suddenly and strangely slow internet speeds. These network issues seem to occur most often on … Read More

Would you give away your eldest child in exchange for free Wi-Fi? Six families in London agreed to do so when they accepted the terms and conditions of a free Wi-Fi hotspot set up by researchers without actually reading them properly. The… Read more ›

The iOS 8 update went smoothly for most users, but like every software update there are sometimes bothers, hangups, and difficulties that arise for a subset of users. One frustrating issue that is impacting some iPhone and iPad users are recurrent wireless connection difficulties post iOS 8 installation. Since these devices are so reliant on … Read More

One of the best underrated features of iOS 8 is the addition of WiFi calling, and while carriers like T-Mobile and EE have already jumped onboard Apple’s new technology, AT&T is dragging its heels on WiFi Calling and doesn’t plan… Read more ›

Sonos’ incredible wireless speaker system is getting even easier to setup now that company has announced its $ 50 Bridge that was required to stream music to any Sonos speaker in your house, will now be completely optional. A new firmware… Read more ›

Sonos’ incredible wireless speaker system is getting even easier to setup now that company has announced its $ 50 Bridge that was required to stream music to any Sonos speaker in your house, will now be completely optional. A new firmware… Read more ›

iPhone 6 leaks have stolen most our attention lately ahead of next month’s big reveal, but a new set of leaked images may have just given us our first look at some of the iPad Air 2′s internal components. Other… Read more ›

When the original iPhone launched in 2007, the only thing worse than its abysmal camera was the cellular data provided by AT&T’s sluggish, outage-prone network. Even Steve Jobs thought AT&T’s data speeds sucked, and according to Re/Code’s Walt Mossberg, Jobs wanted to… Read more ›

When I was a kid, we used to label everything: toys, boxes, file folders. My parents used one of those manual rotary label dispensers, the kind you had to squeeze hard enough to make each individual letter poke up through… Read more ›