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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: Activate your iPhone without service, just an AT&T SIM

The iPhone has always been hamstrung by its alignment with AT&T, the worst of the big 4 US cell service providers. If you have an iPhone and are planning on unlocking it for use with another provider, or just want to use it without being connected to AT&T's network, this video is here to help. It will show you how to activate an iPhone instantly without a service plan using any AT&T SIM card.

How To: Use export plug-ins in Aperture

Aperture's extensible architecture supports third-party export plug-ins that make it easy to export your photos directly to various web publishing sites, print service providers, and other software applications. You can find many of these plug-ins on www.apple.com.

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: Save Your UltraViolet Movies Before They Shut Down in July

At one point, UltraViolet was the go-to way to maintain a collection of digital movies. Fast-forward to 2019, and things are different. The service is shutting down on July 31, largely due to the massive competition in the digital movie marketplace. If you're an UltraViolet user, don't worry too much, because you can save your movie library — as long as you act before UltraViolet closes its doors.

How To: Unlock 3.1.2 on iPhone 3GS & iPhone 3G with Blacksn0w

This is a video tutorial on how to unlock an iPhone 3g or iPhone 3gs with Blacksnow. Tap on Cydia and select manage>sources>edit>add and add the source Now wait for loading to complete. Then tap on blackrain.com>blacksnow>install. You need to install blacksnow to unlock your iPhone 3g or iPhone 3gs. The installation may make a few moments. Once the software is installed to your iPhone 3g or iPhone 3gs, insert your SIM card. Now you can see the service provider's lo...

How To: Create a custom membership provider in ASP.Net

A Membership Provider allows a web application to store and retrieve membership data for a user, and the standard ASP.NET Membership Provider uses pre-defined SQL Server tables. In this video tutorial, Chris Pels shows how to create a custom membership provider that uses custom SQL Server tables separate from the pre-defined tables used by the standard provider. The principles covered in the video will apply to creating custom membership providers using other databases such as Access or Oracl...

News: Google Joins Netflix in Shaming ISPs into Faster Service

Netflix releases monthly reports on major ISPs relating to how well their service works on each provider. The purpose is to educate the public on their choice of service provider, but since many of us hardly have any choice at all when is comes to an ISP, it backhandedly works to shame them (if they're even capable of feeling shame under all those millions of dollars).

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: Unlock an Apple iPhone 2G or 3G

This is an Apple iPhone video tutorial that will show you how to unlock an Apple iPhone 2G or 3G for use with another mobile phone service provider other that AT&T. If you are using a Macintosh computer, you can unlock both the 2G and the 3G phones. If you're using a PC, then you can only unlock the 3G iPhone.

How To: Unlock an iOS 4.2.1 / 4.1 iPhone 3G / 3GS by flashing the baseband to 6.15

Unlocking the iPhone can save you a ton of money and irritation by getting you off AT&T and onto a better service provider. One way to do that is flashing the baseband to one that works on the iPad, and this video will show you how to do using Redsn0w that, provided you're working from a iOS 4.2.1 / 4.1 equipped iPhone 3G / 3GS on baseband 5.14 or 5.15 (about to be 6.15 when you're done).

How To: Create a custom profile divider in ASP.Net

In this video tutorial, Chris Pels shows how to create a custom profile provider to store and retrieve data associated with a user profile in SQL Server tables separate from the standard ASP.NET membership provider’s aspnet_Profile table. The principles covered in this video will apply to creating profile providers for other databases like Access and Oracle. After learning how to create the custom profile provider we learn how to install the provider in a web site and see a demonstration of l...

News: Verizon Caves to Demand for Unlimited Data Plans, Makes Customers Happy

Verizon has long been king in the wireless provider market, but recently it has had to step up its game in the data department. A limited data plan — with supposedly superior service — was no longer cutting it for customers. Many of whom left to take up the sweet, sweet offers of competitors like Sprint and T-Mobile. This past fiscal year, Verizon had a net loss of customers in the first quarter. Something that has never happened to them before.

How To: The White Hat's Guide to Choosing a Virtual Private Server

Conducting phishing campaigns and hosting Metasploit sessions from a trusted VPS is important to any professional security researcher, pentester, or white hat hacker. However, the options are quite limited since most providers have zero-tolerance policies for any kind of hacking, good or bad. After researching dozens of products, we came out with 5 potentials that are ideal for Null Byte readers.

News: Which Wireless Carriers Support eSIM? The Always-Up-to-Date List for iPhone XS, XS Max & XR

With an iPhone that includes a digital eSIM option aside its standard Nano-SIM card, you can have two cellular service accounts. One can be your primary line with your main wireless carrier, and the other can be from your main carrier or another provider. The eSIM account can be prepaid or postpaid as well as data-only, which is great for traveling. But which wireless providers support eSIM?

How To: Get VPN Connection

This how-to is for everybody who faced the problem of intercepting personal data sending through the Internet and is looking for fast and secure method to protect his activity in the global network.

How To: Hack the Pantech C530 Slate cell phone

This video is specifically for the C530 Slate cell phone from AT&T, though this procedure will probably work on similar models of phone. You can hack, or jailbreak, your phone to allow you to use third party apps or switch to a different service provider. You will need a non-AT&T sim card for this hack to work (T Mobile is shown in the video). Then turn it on, hit the unlock key and then enter in your unlock code. Make sure you get it right!

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