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What I Learned When I Tried To Work For A Week Wi...
Before I tell you what it was like to go a week without my smartphone, I have a confession to make: I cheated. Not much, mind you, but when ReadWrite editor-in-chief Owen Thomas asked one of his...
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Solving The Scourge That Is Slow Hotel Wi-Fi
Technology is combining with the power of crowds to make it easy to see the speeds of available Wi-Fi in hotels. You know how it feels. You're a moderately frequent business traveler and trying to...
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How to find the hotels, beaches and airports with...
Hotel chains like the Radisson, Hilton, and Doubletree usually end up near the top of the list of approved places to stay for business trips. But if you're looking for high-speed Wi-Fi, you might be...
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How hotel Wi-Fi killed my Chromecast travel dreams
Last week, I visited San Francisco for a long-overdue trip to the CNET home office. In anticipation of the four-night stay, I added my new Chromecast to my luggage. (I managed to get in on the first...
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Amex To Transmit 'Near Real-Time' Card Swipe Info...
American Express Global Business Travel is introducing "card swipe" tracking that enables clients to locate travelers through their Amex corporate cards. Amex claims the functionality can overcome...
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Beware that hotel wi-fi connection
Thieves are now targeting hotel wi-fi connections with fake networks. Photo: Anthea Russo A whole, random, illegal industry has grown up around scamming travellers, on which Travellers Check, in its...
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Need A Hotel With Fast Wi-Fi? This Site Has You C...
Hotel Wi-Fi connections can be a big black mystery box. There are those without Wi-Fi, those that charge you extra for it, those that limit you to a few devices, those that only beam it to random...
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This Site Lets You Check If A Hotel’s WiFi Sucks ...
There are lots of things that review sites should rank hotels on, but don’t. Is it known for bed bugs? Is the “heated pool” only heated during summer when the sun is out? How many ghosts live there?...
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Hotel WiFi Test Ranks Hotels by Wi-Fi Speed and Q...
For many of us, decent Wi-Fi ranks right up there with location and price when it comes to choosing a hotel. Hotel WiFi Test makes it easy to choose a hotel with quality, fast wireless internet access...
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Ranking Hotels by Whether the Wi-Fi Actually Works
Some business travelers may choose their hotels based on promises of free Internet connections, but that's practically useless when the service is spotty and the bandwidth is limited. There's nothing...
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Comic Book Reviews for July 23, 2014
Zero Year wraps and Storm takes to the skies. By Jesse Schedeen, Mike Logsdon, Jeff Lake and Tres Dean It may be Comic-Con week, but the comic book reviews must be written, come hell, high water, or...
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Macworld’s August Digital Edition: OS X Yosemite,...
Macworld’s August Digital Edition: OS X Yosemite, iOS 8, and more Every day, Macworld brings you the essential daily news and other info about all things Apple. But staying on top of that torrent of...
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The Best Hotels for Free Wi-Fi
Regardless of where you're staying, hotel Wi-Fi always seems like a crapshoot. Sometimes it's free, sometimes it's expensive, and oftentimes it's so slow it doesn't matter. Over on Hotel WiFi Test,...
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Google Cardboard: the Best Wearable You're Not We...
VIEW ALL PHOTOS IN GALLERY SAN FRANCISCO—Amidst all the smartwatches, in-car entertainment, and protesters, it's easy to overlook Cardboard at Google I/O. This mysterious project was announced with a...
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