Best Android App to Test Wi-Fi Speed (Five Use Cases)

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Need a convenient way to test Wi-Fi speed with your Android phone? The best app depends on the measurements you’re trying to collect first and foremost. I’ll assume you’re familiar with data rates and other metrics attached to network speed, and examine five common use case scenarios where Wi-Fi network performance comes into consideration. With that in mind, we’ll look at the best Android apps for network analysis and monitoring each situation.

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Newegg vs. NeweggBusiness – What’s the Difference?

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Real talk. Newegg vs NeweggBusiness? What is the difference? What’s the point of having two sites? What does having a NeweggBusiness account offer that you can’t get with your account at the flagship site? Read on for a quick, buzzword free explainer of e-commerce and IT procurement game.

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6 Best Chromebooks for the Classroom Around $200

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Chromebooks in the classroom have changed the face for school-issued technology over the past three or four years. With OEMs looking to buck the trend, each has put to market Chromebook models geared towards student use. Below we ferret out hardware facets that K12 procurement specialists should be looking for to determine the best Chromebook for the classroom.

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Go Phish! New FBI Director Wants to Pay You $3.5M

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Go phish! Let's identify a phishing e-mail. This sample spoofs the fbi.gov e-mail domain. It comes addressed from new director Andrew McCabe, who wants to wiretap the Internet apparently. The boilerplate adds some authenticity. Watch out for scams!, it says. The stilted English is the dead giveaway here. Read the second paragraph in the voice of Groot from Despicable Me.

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Most Open Source E-Commerce Apps Fail PCI Compliance

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Two-thirds of open source applications used in business have known vulnerabilities. More than half of those vulnerable apps are rated as “high” severity by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). They’re not written in obscure languages and frameworks, either—Linux Kernel v.2.6.27.7 and PHP v. 4.0.0 were the two more frequently identified in the report.

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Intel Optane is the El Camino of System Memory

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What is Optane Memory? If you're not sure how to wrap your head around the new M.2 chip from Intel-Micron, think of it as the El Camino of computer memory. Not quite RAM, not quite flash. If anything it's both at once. Functionally, Optane resembles what phase change memory (PCM) sets out to achieve.

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