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  1. Google Goes Wireless In The Land Of The Free By Titus Hoskins
    In the heart of Silicon Valley a revolution is about to take place. It could change the Universe as we know it. Don't laugh, this revolution will grab you by the short wires and turn your world upside down.It will affect your life and the lives of your children's children. It might just be the spark that changes everything...It all has to do with the Internet.Someone wants to give the Internet its wings. Get rid of all those wires and monthly bills. Set it free. Let it fly among the stars. …


  2. UK Broadband Bandwidth Limits - 3 Essential Tips By Andy J
    Whatever type of broadband connection you have - ADSL, ADSL 2+, Cable, Wireless... providers will stipulate how much data you can transfer to and from your network.Here are some essential tips for selecting a broadband service provider which gives you adequate bandwidth to use every month.1. Calculate Your Bandwidth Usage. Are you a heavy broadband user? Or are you an infrequent user? What types of files to you download / upload to the Internet? Determining your usage pattern is essential for …


  3. How to Test Your DSL and Cable Internet Connection Speed By George Chamoun
    There are two measured elements that determine your internet connection speed. They are: The download rate, and the upload rate of data measured in bits per seconds. Usually, it is expressed in Kilobits per second.A bit is the smallest piece of data that can be stored in a computer. The bit can be either "0" or "1". The byte is eight bits. Example of a byte and bits are the following:bit= 0 or 1byte=8 bits1 byte=10011101 (eight bits)A single charcter needs one byte or eight bits to be st…


  4. VoIP - Voice over Internet Protocol By Michael Weaver
    Voice over internet protocol or VoIP is beginning to come into itís own. The promise of cost savings over traditional phone lines is driving this technology into the mainstream. Leveraging your existing broadband connection to save on your monthly phone expense at first glance makes sense. Letís take a closer look. First off, can your existing broadband throughput handle the additional strain of digital voice transfer? You can use your favorite search engine (google, msn, yahoo, etc.) and se…


  5. What is Broadband? By Neil Shevlin
    Defining broadband can get complicatedThere are many different takes on how to actually define the word: broadband. The first and most obvious way to define it is a transmission medium that allows for multiple pathways and types of data, far exceeding simple voice communication devices. Simply, put it is the ability to access a variety of data through one connection at a reasonable speed.Where a phone line severely limits the amount of information it can transmit, a broadband line, which has b…


  6. Some DSL Broadband Definitions By Steve Cash
    Often too many people get confused with all the definitions, here we have explained in easy to understand terms.ADSL: Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line - asymmetric meaning it's faster downstream than upstream.ASAM: Advanced Services Access Manager -Whether you have a DSLAM or ASAM in your exchange doesn't really matter. They do the same thing. See DSLAM's as well.ATM: Asynchronous Transfer Mode - a method of encapsulation which is capable of many virtual circuits. With these, providers (ISP'…


  7. Whois Protocol - TCP/IP Suite By Ken Dennis
    The Whois protocol is an information service not unlike the finger service. The Whois protocol provides the client or user with information about the owner of a domain or specific IP address. Information provided by the Whois protocol contains contact information such as address, company, telephone number, and e-mail address.Whois is a very well known information service that runs on port forty-three (43) and accepts connections from clients with one-line queries. The whois service runs on the…


  8. SPAM By Chuck Stephens
    What is Spam? Well the general consensus is that "spam" is any unwanted email you receive. Companies get your email address through various methods and then send you an email advertising their product or service. When you look at the principle, what better form of advertising could there be. There is virtually no cost to you except maybe to purchase the list and then to generate the email. You just setup a group of email addresses and chose to send your email to everyone in that group an…


  9. Best Value UK Broadband Services? By Andy J
    So you want to find the best value UK broadband services? You want juicy fast broadband speeds at a good price? Good customer service would be nice, even essential for some broadband customers.Free broadband equipment such as modems and routers - very popular incentives to choose one broadband ISP over another.Extra broadband offers and deal 'sweeteners' are nice to have too - free security software such as firewall and anti-virus software, lots of email boxes, free music downloads, introduc…


  10. Business DSL Access Information By Gio Mangano
    Your ready to do business, you head over to the computer and your internet connection is as slow as a snail. It's true, DSL is much faster then a dial-up internet connection, but is it all it's cracked up to be?Many companies rely heavily on their high-speed internet to conduct their business with e-mail, video conference, and now for voice-over-internet telephony applications. What do you do? Get a business Dsl line fast! There are many Dsl companies offering service in your area, and these d…


  11. How to Troubleshoot Your Internet Connection for DSL or Cable Service By George Chamoun
    One of the common problems among internet users is testing their internet connection to pinpoint the exact problem. There is a big number of internet users who use DSL, and cable modem service.You set us your connection the way your ISP (internet service provider)instruct you to. Sometimes, it doesn't work for numerous reasons.You service is not ready, your hardware in not connected properly, or your ISP is having problems.Whatever the cause of the problem maybe, there are some diagnostic tool…


  12. High Speed Internet - Using A DSL Line By Frank Owen
    DSL And High Speed InternetThere are many ways you can access High Speed Internet using the Web. One way to do this is through a cable modem. Another way to do this is via a digital subscriber line, otherwise known as a DSL connection. A DSL connection is one of the fastest ways to connect to the Internet, and uses the same technology your phone does to connect to the Web (only it's a lot faster).Of course not everyone can take advantage of DSL technology. Service is sometimes limited to speci…


  13. Understanding Broadband - Are You Ready To Upgrade? By David Jackson
    Are you ready to upgrade your residential service to DSL or business service to real broadband or T1? Well, the answer lies in what you need. Before you can realize your needs, you must understand more of what the word broadband really means. Below I will try to give you some realtechnical terms broken down for a better understanding.First of all, you must know some of the jargon! The word broadband itself simply is defined as a high speed Internet service that gives you continuous access to t…


  14. Unraveling the Mysteries of Broadband Internet Service Providers By Mark Woodcock
    Broadband internet service providers are widely varied and offer several different connection forms. Broadband can be separated into several different categories, such as cable, DSL, and satellite.The major benefit of broadband service over dial up service is the website uploading speed. The speed increases exponentially when changing from dial up to broadband service, which saves you time and energy. Broadband is also always on, so you do not need to connect to it each time you want to use…


  15. Finger Protocol - TCP/IP Suite By Ken Dennis
    The "finger" protocol is used to return information on users on a specific host. Information that can be gained by using the finger is to see if someone is actively logged on to a server, or find a valid username. The finger protocol is far less prevalent now than it once was due to some problems with the protocol. Back in 1988 an Internet worm exploited an error in the protocol, and additional it was used by mischievous people to find information about server users. Finger had the potential t…


  16. Time to Redefine Telecom By Burak Fenercioglu
    Telecommunication, according to Wikipedia, is the extension of communication over a distance. In practice, it also recognizes that something may be lost in the process; hence the term 'telecommunication' covers all forms of distance and/or conversion of the original communications, including radio, telegraphy, television, telephony, data communication and computer networking.While defining telecom gets more and more difficult, the profit and ethics behind the business keep on diminishing. SBC …


  17. Broadband Booster Can Improve VoIP Quality By Debbie Jacobsen
    Although cable broadband internet is a whole lot faster than dialup, I usually experience a slight delay when opening a webpage. Perhaps most people don't notice the latency associated with cable internet, but as a former DSL user it got my attention right away. I noticed a distinct difference in speed between cable and DSL, but I realized I had to live with it in order to use internet phone service in the most economical way. DSL requires a phone line, which requires telephone service - so if…


  18. Top 3 UK Broadband Providers By Neil Shevlin
    Every Internet provider today wants to make it sound like you are getting something for nothing. There are even some providers who will offer free access if you are willing to surf the Internet with numerous pop-ups from their advertisers. But the top 3 U.K. broadband providers have made their presence known by simply giving customers what they want Ė quality service at an affordable price.Homecall Broadband, one of the top three U.K. broadband providers, offers screaming deals on broadband an…


  19. High Speed Internet - Using A Satellite Service By Frank Owen
    High Speed Internet and Satellite ServiceMost people associate high speed Internet access with either a cable or DSL modem. You can however gain high speed Internet access using Satellite service. Most satellite service providers offer high speed connections to the Internet. Some offer better quality support and services than others, so it is important you do your homework and investigate a company's offerings before committing to satellite high speed Internet services.Advantages of Satellite …


  20. DSL Internet is a Simple and Easy Way to Get Fast Internet Service By David Gonzalez
    DSL Ė which stands for Digital Subscriber Line Ė is a great way to get high-speed internet service, without having to get a cable modem, or live in an area that has cable lines. DSL providers have very fast and comparatively cheap internet connectivity.To explain DSL, it is a way to enjoy high-speed internet using your telephone line, just as you would for dial up. Except that it has so many more advantages than a regular internet service could provide.Have a look at some of the great ways t…


  21. Internet ISP's By Frank Marshall
    Choosing an internet ISP is often a rash and impulsive decision, but you should put more research and time into this decision to achieve the best results. Internet ISPís are the portal by which you get onto the internet to visit websites. There are many different ones to choose from. The main goal that you should have in choosing one is that it offers a steady and consistent connection without disruptions, as well as speed.Internet ISP service prices vary from company to company. You shoul…


  22. High Speed Internet Providers - How Do You Choose? By Mark Woodcock
    If you work at home using the internet or are frequently on the internet checking out websites, then you will want to look into service from a high speed internet provider. There are several ways to connect to the internet in order that you receive this quicker service. You can look into DSL which is at least 5 times faster than dial up and runs through the phone line. Cable and satellite internet access are the other choices. After you choose which connection you are interested in, then y…


  23. How to Choose Best ISP for Your Needs By Mary Beim
    Well, the Internet access industry is starting to shake its way out. The much-anticipated consolidation of access providers is nearing its end. In broadband, this means that most users have little or no choice of providers. Though many of the changes have been hard on user choice, this is not necessarily a bad thing. In some cases, it's better to have one stable and pricey provider than 100 unstable, cheap providers. The shakeout was painful for scores of users who often were left with no conn…


  24. UK Broadband Reviews - Reviewed By Andy J
    Want to find out if your soon to be UK broadband provider sucks? BT broadband, AOL, Wanadoo, Tesco, Virgin, Pipex, Plus.net, Zen, Eclipse, NTL, Telewest, UK Online, 'Be' broadband, Bulldog, Homechoice, OneTel, Tiscali, Waitrose and others - you can find reviews for all the leading UK broadband providers somewhere online.There are however a few points worth noting with online reviews. Here are a few UK ISP review issues to consider.1. Larger ISPs Get More ComplaintsBT, AOL, NTL, Wanadoo - the…


  25. Wanadoo: 14.99 Pounds 2Mbps Service By Neil Shevlin
    Wanadoo 14.99 pounds 2mbps service getting good reviews.Want a smoking deal on broadband service? The real deal in smoking deals may have finally arrived. Wanadoo Broadband, one of the top three broadband providers in the U.K., has recently released a 14.99 pounds 1mbps service for those who are trying out broadband service for the first time.The price is right for most people, even though the service may be a touch slower than the typical 2 mbps entry point. But for those who have been suffer…






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