Home Tags Internet
Steve Jobs made a bunch of predictions in the 80s and 90s about the future of technology — it turns out he nailed it
Although his later work at Apple influenced the way things turned out, he still offered a slew of predictions that are shockingly accurate today.
Technology hasn't made everything easier. Fifty years ago, it was easier to get through airport security, and it was cheaper to go to the movies.
People like to think of the past as "a simpler time," but was it really? Here are 20 things that were definitely not easier back in the day.
An internet expert uncovered a Chinese database listing the reproductive status of 1.8 million women as ‘BreedReady’
The database was discovered by Victor Gevers, a Dutch internet expert, who posted screenshots of it on Twitter.
Controlling what you see first thing in the morning will vastly improve your day.
‘Google, this is bogus as hell’ — one of the fathers of the internet blasts Google for how Chromecast behaves on his home network
Paul Vixie, creator of a critical internet technology, told us why he's mad at Google after using Chromecast on his home network.
Amazon is acquiring home WiFi startup Eero — here’s what its products do and what the acquisition could mean
Eero makes your home WiFi experience fast, seamless, and reliable by replacing the traditional set of products with a mesh network-powered system.
Everything you need to know about Eero, the fan-favorite WiFi router company that Amazon just bought
Eero makes "mesh" WiFi systems that work a lot better than regular routers and extenders, and it has some extra tricks up its sleeves, too.
I tried Eero’s $400 WiFi system before Amazon bought the company, and it’s one of the best ways to get fast WiFi throughout your home
Eero's second-generation of mesh WiFi routers will bring WiFi to even the most stubborn WiFi dead zones.
Google Fiber is shutting down its super-high speed internet service in Louisville after residents complained that it left exposed cables in the street...
Google Fiber is shutting down in Louisville, after residents complained that it didn't do an ideal job of putting the high-speed internet cables in.