Background As part of being a technologist in real life, I’ve always felt that one of the important things that I did was that I brought my work home with me, and actually enjoyed it. What I mean by that is, the long days that I spent with Windows Server, Exchange, and other things in the […]
With Twin Cities AT&T customers getting an added Thanksgiving gift of LTE, I decided to run a handful of tests to see what performance looked like. This was performed on a Samsung Galaxy SIII using the app from speedtest.net. The results are pretty impressive. Almost 40Mb/s down and over 10 Mb/s upload speeds.
Looks like today is the day when AT&T flips the switch on full-time LTE for the Twin Cities. I noticed back in September that the State Fairgrounds was lit up and providing some nice download speeds. Also the U of M campus and a few other northern suburbs have been enjoying that functionality as AT&T […]
Introduction For some time I have had a few ideas for Internet Explorer add-ons that I’d like to create. One of the biggest challenges was with creating the wrapper that is required to encapsulate the executing code. You could create context menu actions pretty easily through the registry, but you were limited to what you […]
Kind of a bummer for Verizon and Sprint customers who were hoping to have one of those new Windows Phone 7 devices in time for the holidays. Initial reports indicate that Microsoft will delay the launch of an OS that will support CDMA technology in order to focus on GSM. This is probably for good […]