From your average coffee house to internet cafe, much of the world connects to the web through public Wi-Fi. But not all Wi-Fi connections were created equal. A new report by OpenSignal analyzes the average speed of various public networks in the United States comparing data gathered from hotels to Starbucks, who earlier this year… Continue reading US Wi-Fi Report: Starbucks Improves Speed by 80% by Switching from AT&T to Google
When it comes to “True Love” this Valentine’s Day, will you be experiencing the real thing or watching it via Netflix? Either way don’t worry, if your love connections this holiday aren’t as strong as your incoming wi-fi signal, we have a set of perhaps more appropriate Valentine’s Day cards that you just can’t find… Continue reading Valentines For The True Loves of Your Life
We all know digital learning has transformed and revolutionized education, but to take full advantage of it, robust high-speed internet would have to be made available in every one of our schools. But today 40 million students in America are being left behind and don’t have the speed they need to keep up with their… Continue reading The EducationSuperHighway Wants to Give All Public Schools in America a Faster Internet
Who doesn’t love some wireless internet? Although we often use it, we rarely consider how it really works. “We use Wi-Fi so many times a day but don’t really know how it works or the complexity of the technology,” says artist Nickolay Lamm. To help put Wi-Fi, this invisible thing we use everyday, into perspective,… Continue reading What If You Could See Wi-Fi?