People are happier with their routers in 2021, according to JD Power

Chris Monroe / CNET Are you happy with the router that backs up your home’s Wi-Fi connection? According to the latest customer satisfaction data from JD Power, there’s a good chance the answer is yes. The organization’s latest survey puts customer satisfaction with routers at 884 out of 1,000 for …

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Canberrans call for changes to ‘very frustrating’ NBN connections ahead of federal election

For Ruth and George Palavestra, working from home during the Canberra lockdown was nearly impossible. The couple live in Gordon, in the south of the city, where the NBN routes the fiber to the node. “George was trying to set up meetings and a home department and I was trying …

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These 3 dividend stocks are practically slot machines

What’s the last thing in the world income-seeking investors want? Inconsistency. If you can’t count on safe and consistent dividends from the stocks you buy, you need to look for better alternatives. The best way to ensure consistency in dividend payments is to select stocks from companies whose business models …

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Canada limits 5G to protect air travel

Canada’s Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) has decided to restrict some 5G services because they would interfere with radio altimeters, a crucial part of aircraft navigation systems. Radio altimeters tell pilots where their planes are relative to Earth. If the radio altimeters are not functioning properly, the …

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Michigan prepares for Ohio State by routing Maryland, 59-18 | Sports

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Eleven games over, and now it’s time for The Game. Michigan knocked out the outclassed Maryland on Saturday 59-18 at Maryland Stadium, hours after Ohio State defeated Michigan State. Now the two will meet next week at Michigan Stadium. Both teams have 10-1 records and a …

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The FCC, the FAA and the costly delay of US 5G technology

What looked like a long-awaited US infrastructure achievement may have to wait until after Christmas to see how the final chapter ends. Finally, US telecommunications companies are rolling out 5G cellular networks for their customers; unfortunately, they also ran into a bureaucratic brick wall – a public feud between two …

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2 stocks to buy with dividends above 3%

The dividend yield on the S&P 500 is currently around 1.3%. This is its lowest level in 20 years. With dividend yields falling as stock prices rise and companies prioritize other things, it becomes increasingly difficult for income investors to find attractive opportunities. However, there are still some great options …

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Pakistan again lifts ban, fourth so far, on China’s TikTok, Telecom News, ET Telecom

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s media regulatory authority lifted the TikTok ban again on Friday, this time after four months, following assurances from the popular Chinese video-sharing service that it would control the dissemination of indecent content. This was the fourth time in the past 15 months that the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority has …

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Gryphon AX Wi-Fi 6 router test

Gryphon is a newcomer to the Wi-Fi market, arriving during the wave of security and privacy a few years ago. With privacy and security more important than ever, Gryphon turned out to be a superb platform when we reviewed their initial offering in 2018. A few months ago they released …

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Matador trial: cell phone data, handgun evidence cited in MS-13 killings | Crime and courts

Opening pleadings ended Thursday in the MS-13 gang murder trial, with the prosecutor citing cell phone data and what she said was evidence of seven handguns used by the 10 defendants to kill 10 victims across the city from 2013 to 2016. In her presentation to the Santa Maria jury, …

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