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Broadband Versus Fiber: Which Is Right For You?

by Michael Wolter

Broadband technology is constantly developing, and every few years a new product hits the consumer market. One of the most recent advancements is the introduction of fiber optic internet. It’s the new ultra-fast internet product available, promising lightning speeds – a revolution in internet connectivity. However, the old-faithful option, broadband, a product that has become…

The Rams’ Domain Name Crisis

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

Now that the Rams are heading back to Los Angeles, can they obtain the right domain name for the team?

Facebook Introduces New “Reactions”

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

Facebook is testing new emojis that will give users more options than just a simple “like”.

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What’s Apple Up To Now?

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

Recent domain name registrations tell us that Apple has something new planned for their web addresses…

Think You Can Pronounce This Domain Name?

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

A 63-character domain name has the world tongue-tied. Take a look at why a small village chose to register such a long domain name.

Say Hello To Your New Personal Assistant

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

Facebook just announced its new AI feature which will operate through the Messenger App. Meet “M”, your new personal assistant.

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.ONLINE Sets New gTLD Records

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

.online set the record for the most gTLD registrations in the first 30 minutes of a release. How does this new domain name ending compare to others on the market?

What Will Become Of Fun.co?

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

The domain name fun.co was just sold at a hefty price. We’re speculating what kind of website will end up on the domain.

Google Now Has A Parent Company

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

Alphabet Inc., Google’s new parent company, will operate under the new .xyz gTLD.

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