Category Archives: Web

Preparing to Work From Home – Part One

I have been preparing for a long time to become self employed. I have been working at being a word smith for nearly a decade now. With some recent changes in my personal and family life new opportunities have become

T-Mobile Rolling Out New, Cool, Feature for Customers

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T-Mobile is an interesting to watch cellular provider. Sometimes they do the cool stuff and other times they seemingly take three steps back with their actions. What often happens though is they get in the news no matter which action

HBO Go App Finally Catches Up to Netflix with Features

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If you are an HBO Go user then you probably realize that the app kind of sucks. The app is behind the times on many levels and for what seemed like an eternity, HBO was in no hurry to fix

Vudu Brings Disc to Digital Option to Mobile Users

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Fans of digital movies will enjoy this news, especially those that use the Vudu service that Wal-Mart owns. Vudu has recently updated their mobile app with a cool feature that fans have probably longed for quite a while now. Digitizing

Google Unveils Youtube TV

For a long time now we have heard rumors that Google would throw their hat in the streaming television world. Well, those rumors are now put to rest as we know their plans. It is apparent that Google is now

Comcast’s XFINITY App Becomes XFINITY Stream, Unhappy Customers Already Reported

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It seems that Comcast is dead set on making customers mad on a regular basis. This is never more evident than how they treat their customers that use the Comcast mobile apps. Take the XFINITY app for instance. While not

Viber VOIP Service Reacts to Trump Travel Ban

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There is a lot going on right now around the world. People are quite upset over President Trump’s recent executive order which restricts people from certain countries entering the United States. This puts a lot of travellers out of touch

Pokescout Expands Information Available in Pokemon GO

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Anyone still playing Pokemon GO? If so, you are probably enjoying the new gyms around town thanks to the Sprint deal. There is one inherent problem with the digital monster collecting game though. A problem that Pokescout addresses. This could

DirecTV Now Review

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It is kind of weird reviewing a television service provider but here it is. DirecTV Now just launched and there is a bit of buzz about it, some from confused people. What DirecTV Now offers is just what it sounds

Earn Bitcoin with These Apps

Earning money on the Internet by doing little is the dream of many and the life of few. While you won’t be buying a new yacht or packing your luggage for that Paris vacation in three weeks using these apps,

DirecTV NOW Coming to Mobile, AT&T Customers Get Possibly Illegal Bonus

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When AT&T bought out DirecTV it was viewed by many as a bad thing and by others as a good thing. For some, it was a moment for concern as this merger could potentially change the way either company works

Sling TV Adds Online Based Digital Video Recorder Option

Sling TV is a great option for cord cutters that miss a few channels but not the high cable bill. One problem that Sling TV has had though is not offering a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) service to users. Now,

Netflix Update Brings Offline Viewing

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Netflix, the leader in digital subscriptions, has just made a major update to their app for Android and iPhone users (are Windows Phone users even a thing anymore?). This update brings one major thing that fans have clamored for quite

Non-Traditional Attack Takes Down Major DNS Provider

Misinformation can spread like wildfire and do more damage than the actual disastrous event. Take the October 21st cyber attack against Dyn. Some called it a “false flag” event. Others blamed the recent hand off of domain name control to ICANN. My 10+

Twitter still has the 140 character limit, but…

Changes have come to Twitter. We still have the 140 character limit. However, not everything counts against it like it used to.

Hulu Kissed Its Free Streaming Service Good-Bye

William Shatner's tweet about Space: 1999 and September 13th led to a sentimental search for online episodes of the old 1970s science fiction television show. The results revealed that one favorite place to watch, Hulu, had dropped it's free streaming