chromebook and att wifi – part 2

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chromebook and att wifi – part 2

September 10th, 2017 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Two years ago, I set up my mother with an AT&T 4G wifi hotspot. Overall, she is happy with it. The hardware is starting to get less than optimal. It doesn’t keep a charge as long. I think a wire needs replacing. It shut down randomly twice. Since it is two years old, I decided […]

getting started with the chromebook – part 1

August 5th, 2012 by Jeanne Boyarsky

When the Chromebook came out last year, I blogged about the target audience; one of which was people who literally just use the internet.  My mother does four things with her computer: Internet (email, news, research, etc) Update firewall/virus scan Deal with problems Listen to CDs I think the Chromebook is for her!  It handles […]

Traveling Abroad with the iPhone

November 20th, 2010 by Scott Selikoff

Recently, I visited London and Cardiff on vacation and took my iPhone with me. I knew ahead of time I would like to get the most use out of it, without incurring ridiculous roaming fees, so I planned ahead. This article discusses a number of different solutions and the benefits and limitations of each. My […]