Tag: Internet Speed
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but if you perform an internet speed test on your phone using different apps/websites you tend to get different results. Heck I just tried right now and these are the 3 results I got; Speedtest.net – 36.6mbps (download) and 7.6 Mbps (upload) Fast.co.zw – 18.4mbps (download) and 19Mbps(upload) Speedcheck.org […]
Researchers from Picodi took a look at the pricing of 233 of the biggest fibre internet providers in 62 countries taking into consideration the following factors: How expensive is the internet? Where is surfing the net the cheapest? In which countries is super-fast internet easy accessible? The higher the speed the more you’ll pay – […]
In October Sony announced that the PS4 Remote Play application would no longer be exclusive to Sony phones and would now be available to other Android devices – which was great news. I always wondered how remote play – which allows a PS4 owner to play their PS4 from a tablet or phone- would fare […]
When I lie asleep at night I often dream of my internet. I dream that I live somewhere in North America where internet is cheap and I have a 1 Gbps symmetrical line. The comedown comes when I wake up to the sound of our annoying house bird and realise I somewhere in my beloved […]
In 2016, Netflix unveiled fast.com – a site that enabled users to check on the speed of their internet connection. Unlike the more popular Speedtest.net, Netflix took the less is more route and only offered site speed. It seems fast.com is now taking the more is more approach and adding new functionality to their site. […]
Simplicity is where a new site by Netflix, fast.com excels. One simply has to go to the url and that’s it! The service tests the speed and gives you one figure – the download speed.
In a press release sent out today by global telecoms giant MTN, them and Huawei claim to have achieved a major milestone in the global telecommunications industry by successfully completing tests of what is “currently the fastest and most intelligent optical network to date in the industry”. Using MTN’s backbone fibre in South Africa, the two companies […]
It is truth universally acknowledged that if you live on less than $1 a day you must be poor. In this new digital age I would like to add two more soundbites: Life begins at 1mbps and prosperity at a 100mbps. If information is power and if you live on less than 1mbps then you are undoubtedly poor.