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There are two kinds of paid streaming services: Live TV and video-on-demand. Here's what to look for in the best live TV packages.
Starting with Chrome 90, you'll automatically be directed to the secure version of any website. That's good, but it's not as good as you might believe.
Netgear's Nighthawk Wi-Fi routers have long been great, standalone wireless network gear. In the latest models, the Nighthawk has finally moved to the mesh generation.
I got a dozen robocalls yesterday. That was a dozen too many. Here's how you can try to stop spam phone calls.
To deploy 5G software successfully requires fast open-source technology on the cloud, and Intel and Google are teaming up to make that happen.
You still can't just buy and connect to the Low Earth Orbit satellite internet service, but you can now put a deposit down to get on the list for the service.
Facebook's Magma brings open-source mobile cores to carrier-grade LTE and 5G. Moving ahead, Magma will run with the Linux Foundation using a vendor-neutral governance framework.
Google left a lot of ticked off Linux programmers when it changed its API rules for Chromium. But maybe it's time Chromium stopped being a Google-only open-source project and became a true community open-source program.
Google changed the rules on the Chromium browser's APIs and Linux distributors are taking different approaches on what to do with the open-source browser.
Opinion: Jessica Rosenworcel, who's been pro-net neutrality for years, has been named the Federal Communications Commission's acting chairwoman.
Opinion: As should Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and all other responsible social media sites. The right to free speech doesn't give you the right to right to shout fraud in a fractured country.
Now more than ever we depend on the internet for work, school, and fun. Will the internet providers rise to the challenge? Probably not.
UPDATE: Reports were pouring in of a variety of Gmail problems. The issues have been fixed.