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Create your own Wi-Fi hotspot in your hotel room

Nowadays having Wi-Fi in your hotel room isn’t as much of a novelty as it used to be. The only problem is that, wherever you are or however much you’re paying, the connection is as spotty as a Dalmation and a slow as…well, a very slow snail. There is a way around stupidly slow Wi-Fi. Full Article

How Beamforming Makes Your Wi-Fi Faster

You may never have heard of beamforming before, but it is a relatively simple concept which could very easily speed up your Wi-Fi connection in the near future. A ...Full Article

Latency, Bandwidth Delay Product & TCP Window

This article highlights on the TCP/IP factors and concepts on networking, which decides the most favorable TCP Receive Window. The factors are Bandwidth Delay Product, Latency and the TCP ...Full Article

How WiGig is Going to Change Wireless Internet

The latest innovation in Wi-Fi technology makes a lot of promises about the future of wireless internet connections, but what exactly is the new system being referred to as ...Full Article

Optimizing Internet Connection

To achieve maximum performance from the computer, it is advisable that the internet connection be optimized. There are some ways that this can be achieved. A TCP Optimizer is ...Full Article

Get the most out of your Wi-Fi: How to improve your internet speed

  Stronger, faster internet speed is on everyone’s wish list. The evolution of Wi-Fi means that internet speeds are faster than they’ve ever been before – the problem is ...Full Article

Why you should check your Internet connection speed

Running regular checks of the health of your internet connection should go without saying. If you’re paying for a certain speed and it is not meeting your standards, then ...Full Article

Google and Microsoft – When higher internet speed causes congestion

The servers of Microsoft and Google are trying so hard to offer you a speedy download that they slow down all other uses of the internet. How does this ...Full Article

What is 4G LTE and what’s the Difference?

Faster mobile internet is becoming a reality as more and more people turn to smartphones and tablets as their main form of connectivity. 4G LTE is the next generation ...Full Article

New Intel Cable Transfers Data at 800Gbps

Google Fiber’s 1Gbps connection speed might seem a little excessive to you, but Intel’s latest technology puts it to shame. A new cable developed by the hardware manufacturer is ...Full Article