Republic Wireless Republic Wireless uses Wi-Fi to provide a virtual network to customers via their cell phone plans. The vendor relies on T-Mobile and Sprint networks when Wi-Fi is unavailable. Rates start at $15 per month ($150 each year) for an unlimited talk and text plan. At this level, Republic Wireless charges $5 per gigabyte of data, up to 15GB. Your data will automatically cut off when funds run out, so there are no overage fees. With Republic Wireless data plans, you can also turn your smartphone into a hotspot. Another option is unlimited Extend Home phone service. You can access the service by purchasing a one-time Extend Home kit and home phone handset — and that’s it. … [Read more...] about How to choose the best cell phone plan for your small business in 2020
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You may not know it but your router is actually a mini-computer that has a CPU, memory, local storage and even its own operating system. Just like any other computer, it can run into any number of issues, such as the CPU getting too hot, its memory or OS failing etc. Just like you would reboot a computer when it’s acting up, you can and should do the same with your router. … [Read more...] about The ultimate guide to boosting Wi-Fi: 23 ways to improve your internet speed
It sounds phenomenal in isolation - like something straight from the mouth of Stan from Monkey Island - but how good of a deal is it really? Here's a closer look at the Xbox All Access program and whether it really is the best way to buy an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S. It's something to take into account if you're considering pre-ordering the Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S later this month. … [Read more...] about Xbox All Access: the best way to buy an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S?
Facebook is massive and it's growing fast. The social network has seen a steady rise in mobile use, with active users doubling from roughly 500 million in early 2012 to nearly a billion this year. Key to the social network's growth is its piggy backing on the spike in mobile web access - as the world moves away from computers to phones, Facebook is taking advantage with the hope that it can emulate Google's success in mobile form. This begs the question: Can anyone - including Google - stop the Facebook juggernaut from taking over the internet? "The internet is very clearly going to become mobile-first, and Facebook is well placed to be a big part of this phase of the internet," says Mark Holden, Head of Futures at Arena. "Facebook estimates that 20% of user time spent on mobile is on Facebook - and once you factor in their ownership of Instagram and WhatsApp, which are mobile-first platforms, it will clearly be a dominant force in our daily lives across social networking, … [Read more...] about Facebook is becoming Google and here’s why
Since 2017, he has posted over 400 videos simplifying complex topics. When China launched Tianwen 1, the country's first independent Mars mission, on July 23, he posted a video explaining how the launch date was chosen, what the Hohmann transfer orbit is, and what is considered the best route from Earth to Mars. "I am not Mr Know-It-All. I just reproduce and reorganize the knowledge in books or online and present it in a relatable way, helping people better understand the world," Li said, adding the internet provides a good opportunity to achieve equal education for all. … [Read more...] about Science teacher wins fame, acclaim with online videos
“For me, a mother of four kids, at four different schools, it’s been overwhelming,” Michelle Wheeler Best wrote on Facebook. “My husband and I also have full-time jobs. The emails and notifications from all the different teachers throughout the day [have] been too much.” … [Read more...] about Humble ISD students, teachers, parents adapt to online learning during coronavirus containment efforts