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FCC Fines Another Company Over Wi-Fi Blocking

FCC Fines Another Company Over Wi-Fi Blocking

The Federal Communications Commission has fined an internet provider $750,000 for using Wi-Fi monitoring systems to jam people’s personal hotspots at hotels and convention centers. The FCC says that Smart City, described as an Internet and telecommunications provider for conventions, meeting centers, and hotels, was guilty of blocking people’s mobile hotspots in order to force them to pay for Smart …

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Can Google Make Your Wi-Fi Less Annoying?

Can Google Make Your Wi-Fi Less Annoying?

Google has partnered with TP-LINK on a new router called OnHub aimed at simplifying Wi-Fi and making it less annoying. According to Google, it gives you fast, easy, secure Wi-Fi as opposed to “unplugging and re-plugging cords, trying to decipher blinking lights, or contemplating a call to customer support.” Here’s what OnHub looks like. Pretty simple. As Google notes, it …

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iOS 9 Fixes an Annoying Wi-Fi Issue

iOS 9 Fixes an Annoying Wi-Fi Issue

In gee that’s a simple solution, why isn’t that already a thing news, Apple has built a new Wi-Fi feature into its newest iOS. Apple products never want to let go of Wi-Fi. The signal might be terrible, but iOS will cling to any available Wi-Fi – even if it’s so slow as to render your phone a brick. Instead …

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