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How To: Create a BlackBerry Internet service email account

Learn how to create a new BlackBerry Internet service email account on a BlackBerry device running version 5 of the BlackBerry OS. This clip will show you how it's done. Whether you're the proud owner of a BlackBerry smartphone or are merely considering picking one up, you're sure to be well served by this video guide. For detailed information, including step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Test the speed of your Internet Service Provider (ISP)

In this clip, you'll learn how to make sure you're getting the speeds your ISP advertise. For more information, including a complete demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started testing the upload and download speeds of your own Internet connection, watch this handy home-computing how-to from the folks at CNET TV.

How To: Set up your internet on Sciphone I68

Do you have a Sciphone? With its internet capabilities, you can check your email or surf the web. Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to set up your internet on the Sciphone 168. In order to set it up you need to contact your service provider for information such as an IP address, etc.

How To: Check your internet speed and avoid spam traps

To test how fast your internet speed is an intermediate level skill. Start by picking an internet speed test. You can use Google or another search engine to find one. A service that is recommended in the video is DSLreports. This site does not require you to know a lot of information about your service. To test your speed start by picking a city that is near to you. Then shut down all tabs and every application that you have running. It's important to do this on every computer on your home ne...

How To: Share huge files on the net for free

Looking for an easy way to share big files over the Internet without having to pay for the privilege? With the right Internet services, it's easy. This home computing how-to from the folks at CNET TV presents an overview of a number of the better and most popular file sharing websites, some of which will permit you to upload files in excess of 1 GB. For more information, and to get started sharing your own big files over the web, watch this free video tutorial.

How To: Surf the web anonymously using TOR and Privoxy

Want to protect your privacy when surfing the Internet? Thwart would-be snoopers with this free video guide from CNET TV, which presents an overview of a number of services and good practices one can observe to project one's privacy when using the web. For specifics, and to get started surfing the Internet anonymously yourself, watch this free video guide.

How To: Use Google Voice to make cheap phone calls

Google Voice is the newest release from the experts at Google. Google Voice is a low-cost Internet phone service that redirects calls to your home phone and works over your WiFi connection. This service is very exciting and useful for those that are looking to save some money on long distance. Google Voice was in limited use for a while and is now available to everyone, so check out this clip and learn how to use it!

How To: Create a transparent background in Xara3D

EggBram walks you though changing background colors in Xara3D and shows where to find the transparency setting. This is a simple walk through in high detail, very visible. Xara has been a part of internet development from the very beginning. Xara one of the original Internet service providers when it came about in the 1990s. Xara does most of its work online and has millions of customers online around the world. Xara Online is a leading edge online web service that gives you solutions for a m...

How To: Create a website and improve web presence

When you need a website to showcase your product or service, it can be quite confusing. Follow these easy steps to gather everything you need to have a successful website. Start your search for a domain name in the domain name registrar. (Example: www.companyname.com) Rent space from a hosting company to hold the files for your website. Set up an email account for your company. Create the content for your website (example: products, prices, services, etc). Get internet security to protect sen...

How To: Watch Hulu on the Wii

Both your Wii and your PC need to be connected to a router that has an internet connection. If you have a wireless router, the Wii can connect to it without any additional hardware. Instructions are provided with the Wii.

How To: Connect on the internet using a PS3

Learn how to connect to the internet using your PS3 using an Ethernet cable. What you will need: 1. An internet modem or hub. 2. The details required to connect to the internet (password etc.). 3. A PS3 and an actual internet connection e. g. BT or AOL. Once you have those just follow these steps: 1. Take your Ethernet cable and plug it into the back of the PS3 into the socket labeled Ethernet. 2. Plug the other end into your internet modem. 3. Turn on your ps3 and go to "network settings" un...

How To: Download Maps & Navigation Routes for Offline Use in Apple Maps

Whether due to spotty cellular reception or just data that you want to save, popular navigation apps like Google Maps and Waze offer an offline feature that lets you navigate from one location to another in the absence of internet service. Apple Maps also lets you use its service offline on your iPhone, though the feature is not as straightforward as it is on its competitors.

How To: Speed up your Internet and computer

If you ever wondered how you could make your internet web browsing faster, then this video will give you a crucial tip. The loading speed of web pages and web sites is greatly influenced by the type of web browser you are using. The narrator in this video suggests that you search for other types of web browsers besides Internet Explorer or AOL. The main web browser that is advocated by narrator in this video is Firefox. He explains how Firefox is able to load pages faster than Internet Explor...

How To: Use an ISA server

So what exactly is ISA Server? ISA Server, which stands for Internet Security and Acceleration Server, is Microsoft's software-based firewall, proxy, and web caching service/product. Now what does all of that mean? This video helps explain it!

How To: Bypass WebSense at school using http tunnel

In this video, we learn how to bypass WebSense at school using an http tunnel. First, open up Internet Explorer, then type in http tunnel and go to the website. Download the first link to your computer. Next, start the program and click on "free service". Now, open up the browser again and go to "internet options". Once you are on this, go to "connection", then "lan setting". Check to use a proxy server, then click "advanced", then enter in "http 127.0.01 port 1080". Click "ok", then exit out...

How To: Reset a wireless router

In this video, we learn how to reset your wireless router. You can use this if you are getting the "server can't be found" error, and it will work most of the time. First, grab your router and unplug the electricity and DSL plugs that are in the router. They will be round and look like post, and shouldn't be hard to find. After you unplug it, plug it back in after about 30-45 seconds. This will reboot your router, so it will most likely fix the problem you are experiencing. You should be able...

How To: Set up the Internet for T-Mobile on an iPhone clone

Learn how to set up the Internet for T-Mobile on an iPhone clone. First you need to create a GPRS data account and a WAP profile for T mobile to bring up the service icon. Then click the data account button, then the GPRS button, then chose the correct account for you, change the APN to Link (all lower case). Before you finish this process make sure the user name and password fields are blank.

How To: Use Flickr to share photos on the Internet

Flickr is the most known and dependable photo sharing website to date, so if you haven't made an account yet, you better now, if you want to share your precious photos with family, friends, and even the whole world! Flickr allows you to store digital photographs online and share them with other people.

News: This Group Is Backing Up SoundCloud Content in Case It Shuts Down

After laying off 40% of its staff this month to cut costs, SoundCloud appears to be struggling to stay afloat. While blog posts from the company have assured fans that the music platform is not in danger of shutting down, some people aren't so sure this is the truth. Internet Archive — a non-profit dedicated to preserving websites and services — announced today that they will be conducting a partial backup of SoundCloud to safeguard the site's content in case of closure.

How To: Open your NAT for use with online games on Xbox Live

Open your internet browser, type in the address bar 192.168.1.1 and enter your user name and password to access. Look in the right and search for Port Forwarding / Port Triggering. Click on Add Custom Service. Type a name to the service, like XBox Live, now access HushedCasket and scroll down to see the ports you need to open. Go back to the setting and select UDP in Service Type. Put 88 in Starting Port and Ending Port. Go to your XBox and enter in System Settings, go down to Network Setting...

How To: A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Internet: Today and Now, How It All Connects

In the first part of this series, we took a factual and technical look at the history of the Internet. I explained how all of these wires and servers got here in the first place. Obviously, a firm did not just create and build the Internet around 1995! Now that we know how the Internet came to be, we can get into the really fun stuff—what the Internet looks like now! Well, that's not quite the network design I was talking about, but it does show what the Internet looked like back in 2007 befo...

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