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  • What to Expect During Your GoNetspeed Fiber Internet Installation

    A GoNetspeed high-speed fiber Internet installation is on time, fast, and won’t take up your entire day with a service window —  you won’t get that from “Big Cable.” Let’s walk through it. Create an Account and Schedule Your Install in Less Than 5 Minutes Here are all the steps that come before your installation […]


  • The Garden Hose Analogy: Bandwidth Explained

    When it comes to Internet performance, there’s an awful lot of jargon thrown around — speed, ping, buffering, lag, download rates, megabits, gigabytes. If you aren’t in the know, it’s hard to follow. We can simplify it for you. One thing everyone should have a good grasp on is bandwidth — it’s the single most […]


  • Cutting the Cord 101: A Step-by-Step Guide to Ditching Cable

    Traditional cable companies are massive, sluggish mega-corporations with lousy customer care and outdated technology, and cutting the cord is about saying no to sub-par service. It may seem daunting to ditch the familiar cable service you’ve always had, but cheaper, faster, greener pastures await … and getting there isn’t hard. Here’s a step-by-step guide on […]


  • 5G: Get the Lowdown on the Latest Phone Tech

    Over the past few years, there has been a lot of chatter about 5G — at one point, Verizon said it was going to usher in another industrial revolution. And while Henry Ford hasn’t jumped out of our phones quite yet, the speeds you can get on 5G (in the right areas) are fast. So, […]


  • High Tech Pet Products: The Future of Having Furry Friends

    Caring for pets has come a long way, and so have the products. From Wi-Fi-connected, treat tossing cameras to dog bones that roll away on their own, here are the top, high-tech pet products on the market today. WOPET 6L Automatic Cat Feeder ($89.99) It might say “cat feeder” in the name, but this modern […]


  • The Top Three Things You Want From Your Internet Service Provider (ISP)

    The giant cable companies that people traditionally used for their Internet service had a stranglehold on the market for a long time — and they know it. When you’re the only provider in town, there’s not much incentive to provide a great experience. From eight-hour service windows to indecipherable bills and contracts, “Big Internet” got […]