The most common way to get connected to the Internet is via Wifi, Ethernet and 3G/4G. Here we’ll explore each of the methods and their pros and cons.
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Have you encountered WiFi deadspots before? It’s an infuriating problem where a specific spot in a building can’t get a strong WiFi signal. If you’re having issues with WiFi strength, try these steps.
Google seems to know everything, including where your home is located. This info is based on your router, but how does Google know where your WiFi router is anyway and can you stop this?
Need more space for your mobile device? Want to share files with multiple mobile devices? This WiFi U Disk is a wireless flash drive that can help.
If you’re looking for a way to protect your private data while browsing in public areas, WiFi Hotspot Protector is a great tool to have on hand.
NetSpot is a free utility (with a Pro version) for Mac OS X that makes it easy to map out your wireless network. Here’s how to use it to optimize your Wifi Networks.
Fing is an Android app that helps find problems with your WiFi signal. If someone is stealing your WiFi, it will show you who it is and allow you to block them.
Christmas lights are a yearly tradition for many, but did you know that those pretty decorations can actually affect your WiFi? Here’s how Christmas lights kill your signal.
If you are a Windows user and have forgotten your WiFi password, here are the ways to recover the WiFi password in Windows.
If you’ve forgotten your WiFi password but have previously used it on your Android device, here’s how you can use your device to retrieve WiFi passwords.
Windows 10 allows you to create a WiFi hotspot and share your wireless connection with several devices. Here’s how to create it and switch it on.
Besides storing WiFi passwords, the Mac Keychain Access app stores a number of other passwords. Here’s how to use it to retrieve a forgotten WiFi password.
Other than WPA, MAC filtering is another feature to enhance the security of your WiFi router. Learn why this little setting is insurmountably powerful.
If you’re just looking to see who’s using your network, WiFi Inspector for Android is the right app for you.
There has been a heated debate on whether WiFi signal is safe for our health. Here’s our take on that.
You can easily send files between Android devices using Bluetooth, but Xender allows you to transfer files at a much faster rate. Check it out!
Your Android phone can reveal your location history to others over WiFI network. Here is how to stop Android from leaking location history over Wifi.
You might find yourself switching between WiFi networks so as to use the one with the strongest signal. Here are some tips to effectively manage WiFi networks in OS X.