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Getting a fast WiFi speed in your home can sometimes feel like you’re trying to accomplish magic.  Finally after hours of
The call is coming from inside the house...no, it's not just a horror movie trope. There's a scary truth to home invasion, but it's not a masked villain you should be watching out for. Instead, connected devices are making digital home invasion a real life nightmare
We live in an age where there are just as many people looking to do you harm online as there are in real life and it's important for students to stay vigilant. While it's essential to enjoy their new home, they need to ensure their personal details are secure and that they're the only one that can truly 'find themselves' online.
Where would we be today without Wi-Fi? No more hotspots. No cool internet cafés. Our 'mobile' devices would be far less mobile
New sources of work are needed as the youth-to-adult unemployment rate hits historic peaks and average wages remain notably lower in emerging economies.
Many people across the UK will have recently invested in a new gadgets be it smart TVs, mobile phones, tablets or game consoles. With video streaming fast becoming one of the main reasons we use the internet, it's no surprise these gadgets are some of the most desired products on the market, and it's likely the UK's love of internet-enabled devices will continue to rise this year.
Something quite tragic happened in our family home that had a devastating impact on all of our lives. It made us rethink how we interact as a family. It raised questions about the way that we spend time together. It challenged the way that we relax, cook food, listen to music even which rooms we sit in. There was no fire or flood... we lost our Wi-Fi service. For over a week.