Galaxy Note 4 only connects to 2G, other connection issues

The #GalaxyNote4 has been around and it apparently proven itself to be quite a stable platform. However, some users are still reporting issues especially when it comes to connectivity. Here are some of these issues and their solutions: Galaxy Note 4 cannot connect to 4G Galaxy Note 4 does not have LTE connectivity option Galaxy

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Google Fiber could soon make its way to New York City

Google Fiber first began rolling out in Kansas City, with parts of the Texas getting it shortly after that followed by a handful of other regions in the country. A new job listing over at Google is now hinting that the service could soon expand to New York City as well. The listing mentions that

Google Project Loon brings Internet access to remote areas via balloon

Google has just announced Project Loon, an initiative from Google X Labs to bring affordable Internet access to remote places by means of giant balloons. Project Loon involves flying large helium balloons made of polyethelene film, measuring around 15 meters in diameter. These balloons are sent to high altitudes of around 20 kilometers above the

US will continue to dominate internet traffic in 2017

Every year Cisco publishes their report on online traffic and data usage and this year’s report show some interesting information. Cisco estimates that over 1.4 zetabytes of data will be transferred globally by 2017. To give you a perspective on how big the figure is, 1.4 zetabyte is equivalent to over 1 billion DVDs played

Fourteen Online Companies Join The Internet Association

What do Facebook, Google, IAC, eBay, AOL, LinkedIn, Rackspace, Yahoo, Zynga, TripAdvisor, and Salesforce have in common? Apart from the fact that they are all big online companies, these fourteen firms have joined a newly-formed group called The Internet Association. According to its official website, the simple but succinctly-named organization is “dedicated to advancing public

Smartphones Cutting Into Laptops Internet Market Share

A new study has been released with some astonishing, well maybe not so surprising results. According to a new study actually put on by Google, more consumers are accessing the internet from a smartphone as their primary device. Although we knew it was coming, we weren’t expecting smartphones to surpass internet access via desktop and

24 Billion Connected Devices By 2020

As time goes on we see more and more of the future coming into the present. Yesterday we had a call with the CEO of Soasta on cloud based testing. During the call and their presentation for their new cloud based testing offerings Soasta CEO Tom Lounibos brought up the fact that the interactive displays

Google’s Digital Archaelogy Exhibit At IWNY Headquarters

This week the internet converged on New York City as Internet Week New York took over. Internet Week New York is a great city wide event that focuses on technology and the internet.  Their PR firm though, PKPR have no grip on social media in fact their twitter account has less than 100 followers while

8% Of Americans Using Twitter

A study by Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project showed that 8% of Americans are using the microblogging service Twitter.  Twitter is no secret to TheDroidGuy actually started out souly as a Twitter user. The Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project is a research project that is analyzing the way American’s

There will be NO Facebook phone…Zuckerberg’s final answer

If the motion picture “The Social Network” were 100% true than Mark Zuckerberg has grown up a lot since college in that he gives great answers like the one in the headline and then qualifies them with a complete explanation. From last week when Facebook sent the invites out for their “mobile” event yesterday, until