Tag Archives: network

Why You Think Some Things Are Common on Social Media When They’re Not

Have you ever found yourself staring at Facebook, blinking in disbelief because you can’t quite fathom why something is so popular?

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Here’s Another Way That AT&T Is Screwing Over Its Customers

I recently renewed my AT&T contract, and it was a big mistake. Sure, the company gave me a little discount on a new iPhone that I very much enjoy.

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Up your PS4 storage to 6TB with Nyko’s Data Bank

When the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles launched back in 2013, their built-in 500GB of storage was impressive and incredibly useful. But now, after a year and a half of downloading games as opposed to buying discs, those hard drives are filling up fast. Both Microsoft and Sony know this, as a 1TB Xbox One model was just announced, … Continue reading

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Here Is Everything You Hate About Technology

We asked Gizmodo’s readers about their biggest frustrations with technology today.

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Meet Kai: A Man With A Mission

How far would you go for client satisfaction?  Today we’re getting to know Kai, a man who loves wood, had his job interview in a maternity ward, and once drove 6 hours to help a customer with assembly

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How to Move On When a Service You Love Shuts Down

Nothing’s more heartbreaking than when one of your favorite services—one you rely on every day—announces it’s shutting down. It’s a pain, but you don’t have to just accept it. Here’s how you can find a replacement that doesn’t suck.

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Behind the Crazy New Analytics Tech Changing How We Watch Baseball

If you turned on the Cardinals v Nationals game last night, you witnessed the first live broadcast of Major League Baseball’s awesome new player tracking and statistics system.

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Sprint announces free international messaging, data plan

Acting in quick response to rival T-Mobile, US mobile carrier Sprint has announced a new plan that allows users free unlimited text messages and 2G data while roaming internationally. Dubbed International Value Roaming, Sprint's new offering doesn't include voice calls, and is limited to a decent number of countries. Phone calls will be priced at $0.20 per minute

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Google in talks with overseas mobile networks to eliminate international roaming

According to new report, Google is said to be involved in negotiations with a number of overseas mobile networks, including the owner of the UK's Three, to allow US subscribers to make calls at domestic rates while traveling. While Google has yet to launch its own much discussed network in the US, the elimination of traditional international roaming fees would … Continue reading

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Is IBM Building Its Own Digital Currency?

Bitcoin may still be the fringe coinage of technophiles, but the idea behind the cryptocurrency is rapidly marching towards mainstream.

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