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Have you ever had trouble connecting your Windows PC to a wireless network? Yeah, me too. It seems that the wireless capabilities of many Windows based machines can be rather finicky. But sometimes it’s not the computer’s fault.

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Windows Unable to Connect to Wifi Network

by Michael on April 2, 2013 · 0 comments

We’re currently on vacation and my kids have been struggling with the wifi network where we’re staying. Every once in awhile their computers will lose (and be unable to re-gain) network connectivity. Very frustrating.

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I recently ran into a problem with my iPhone. We were out for lunch and it wouldn’t stay connected to the wifi network at the local eatery. Not a huge deal since I have unlimited data, but my wife couldn’t connect either, and she has a low-end plan.

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Should You Buy the 3G or Wifi Kindle?

by Michael on May 25, 2011 · 0 comments

As a followup to my post about whether you should buy the 3G or wifi version of the iPad, I thought it would be worth taking a similar look at the Amazon Kindle. If you’re in the market for a Kindle, you may be wondering if you should pick up the wifi or the 3G version. Well… Here’s my unsolicited opinion.

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Should You Buy the iPad 3G or Wifi?

by Michael on May 25, 2011 · 1 comment

Having owned an iPad since the day they released the new version back in March, I’ve now had some time to think about my decision and even to cook up a bit of buyer’s remorse. It’s not that I don’t like it, because I do. It’s just that I’m starting to wish I had bought a different version.

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Do you have an iPhone and an iPad? Do you wish you could share your iPhone data connection with your iPad for a little surfing sans wifi? Sure, you could buy a 3G iPad and pay a ton for the service, or… You could jailbreak your iPhone.

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After resisting the temptation for close to a year, I’ve finally decided to jailbreak my iPhone. My main motivation for doing this is to be able to tether my MacBook Pro to my 3G connection. I’d also like to be able to give me kids mobile internet access for their iPods and/or netbooks when we’re traveling.

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