These are the headlines from some of the web sources that I follow.
Why T-Mobile subscribers in 21 cities are seeing faster speeds
T-Mobile is starting to clock some impressive download speeds on its newly upgraded LTE networks in different parts of the country: 30.2 Mbps in Columbus, Ohio; 24.1 Mbps in Boston; and…
Google offers 1 TB of Drive storage with Chromebooks this holiday
If you were looking for another reason to buy a Chromebook, Google just provided a big one: The company is boosting the included Google Drive storage capacity by a factor of five…
Aterlo Networks wants to put a Netflix cache in your router
Satellite internet subscribers often can't use Netflix at all for fear of exceeding their data caps. Nightshift wants to change that.
Would You Pay to Not See Google Ads?
Who would have thought it? Google will now let you pay to avoid seeing its ads. Through a new service called Contributor, launched last night, Internet users can opt-out of Google ads for a fee of $1 to $3 dollars a month. Participants will see a thank you message instead of the ads on participating websites, including Mashable, ScienceDaily and The Onion. Read full story... Follow us on Twitter Join free newsletter View upcoming events Find a new job
Why people are giving Ind.ie money to think past the web
The "Indienet", which will apparently be best experienced on a new device called the Indie Phone, is on track to comfortably exceed its crowdfunding goals. But, beyond more private interactions, what…
Pebble smartwatches just got pushier (in a good way) for Android
You won't need a third-party app to push all of your Android notifications to a Pebble watch going forward. Pebble revamped its native app to support any notifications, giving you full…