How To Protect Your Cable and Internet Lines When You’re Digging in Your Yard
You have lots of reasons to start digging in your yard: planting trees, putting in a mailbox, installing a new smart sprinkler system or a smart outdoor lighting system. But it's a good idea to be extra careful: You don’t want to cut any underground telecom, electricity or oil and
Decoding Your Telecom Bill
Here comes that cable, phone and internet bill again. Another month of seeing a mix of numbers and names adding up to charges that make no sense. It’s confusing. It’s messy. It’s aggravating.You talk to your neighbor, and she seems to be paying a lot less than you are.
Binge-Worthy Shows For Every Viewer
Let's say you're in the mood to binge, and you're not sure what to choose from that long list of recommendations from friends and family. We're here to help - here are 11 great ideas from sci-fi to comedy, documentary to family fare. Time to break out the popcorn.
To Cut the Cord or Not Cut the Cord?
That is the question on a lot of Americans' minds these days—especially now that most media companies are launching their own streaming service. Most recently, Apple and Disney have both added theirs to the ever-growing list, and there are a whole host of others that are set to launch
DSL vs. Cable vs. Fiber: The Big Three Broadband Technologies
Depending on what infrastructure exists where you live, internet and TV data are delivered to your home through one of three broadband technologies: DSL, cable or fiber optics.