Google WiFi aims to make your router faster, more efficient, and most of all, simple. Setting it up and changing settings is made incredibly simple through the mobile app, breaking the tradition of complex routers.
A new feature has been added to the devices called Scheduled Pause, which can turn the internet ... Read More »
AT&T has announced that it launching its new 5G Evolution network in two markets: Austin and Indianapolis. Theoretical speeds will be 400Mbps to start, but will eventually reach the full 1 Gbps as soon as this year in some areas.
With that, AT&T is bringing a platform called AT&T Network 3.0 Indigo. The 5G Evolution network ... Read More »
Google’s OnHub routers are a wonderful improvement over the complicated, bug-prone routers we’re all used to. But they’re also limited, missing features that other high-end routers offer. Thankfully, Google often updates the OnHub routers and corresponding app with new features.
The latest update brings a history of your internet speeds. The ... Read More »
San Francisco is one of the biggest tech cities in the US, so it’s been a real surprise that Google Fiber has managed to avoid it for so long. But Google has officially announced that Fiber is coming to San Francisco, at least to a small extent.
Google Fiber will be coming to some buildings ... Read More »
HTC has been more than willing to release some of its more popular apps into the Google Play store as stand-alone services, and the trend continues with its traditionally built-in browser.
On Tuesday, January 13, HTC officially made its proprietary browser available to download through the Google Play store. The app itself is called “Read More »
Google X, Google’s experimental division, comes up with some crazy stuff. The latest thing to come out of the group is Project Loon, a strange project that aims to bring Internet service to rural and unpopulated areas using large floating balloons. More interesting than the project itself is the way it was created.
When the ... Read More »