How To Access Blocked Websites: All You Need To Know

Access Denied - Facebook

It can be seriously annoying not being able to access a website because it’s blocked, particularly if you need to get something done urgently. Yet it can happen so often, public spaces will often deny access to certain websites on their WiFi, including sites such as Facebook, betting sites and other aspects of social media. However, there are ways around this and if you’re clever enough you can open up the web to whatever you need.

How to Secure the D-Link DIR-615 Revision E Wireless Router

D-Link DIR-615 Wireless router

As with all wireless routers sold, the D-Link DIR-615 Revision E isn’t sold in a secured fashion. The security of the wireless router is the responsibility of the owner. While securing a wireless router may seem like a daunting task, most home wireless routers require the same settings to be changed to secure the router and wireless network. What needs to be changed for the D-Link DIR-615 wireless router are broken down into three sections, that will hopefully help to understand what is being changed on the router.

Rural Broadband Options – What’s Available?

Rural Broadband Options

Just a decade ago the average time spent online per day by any one person was 46 minutes, now it’s a staggering 4 hours (or half of the average working day!). Facebook has 900 million members (300 times bigger than Friendster was in 2002), the average time to download a song has decreased from 13 minutes to 18 seconds, and the devices we used primarily for texting and phone calls have evolved into mini computers giving us internet access almost anywhere.

However, for many people developments in speed and accessibility are still hanging about in 2002. You may think it only applies to less fortunate areas of the world too, but what if I told you it was happening on your own doorstep?

The gap between cities and rural areas continues to grow when it comes to online access. Whilst built up areas striving in population and business are receiving fibre optic broadband and 4G networks, some areas of the countryside are struggling to hit anything faster than the 56k modem speeds we consider ancient.

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Is Mobile Broadband Taking Over Wireless Broadband?

Mobile Internet

The rate at which mobile broadband has grown over the years is stunning, and there are even people speculating that it is only a matter of time before it becomes the dominant form of internet connection.

Wireless broadband used to be all the rage, but things are changing fast, and it seems a lot more people are starting to embrace the mobile broadband internet.

Personally, I believe it is only a matter of time before mobile broadband becomes the most used and the most reliable way to access the internet, and I also think it is a lot better than wireless broadband.

In this article I will be giving you my opinion on wireless broadband vs. mobile broadband.

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Getting Your Smartphone to Work as a Wireless Broadband Modem

Getting your Smartphone to Work as a Wireless Broadband Modem

Most Internet service plans for modern Smartphone’s are powerful full-featured services that can handle much more than the light Web surfing that most of us throw at it.

In fact, a mobile’s online access is often robust enough to facilitate an entire home or even small office network. Many of the newest cell phones even come with built-in Wi-Fi hotspots that make using it as a wireless broadband modem as easy as using an actual wireless broadband modem.

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