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How the Coronavirus pandemic affected our network usage

With countless Bostonians quarantining at home during the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve never been more reliant on our home internet connections to keep us informed, entertained, and from crawling up the walls! That’s led to some worries that ISPs would struggle to cope with increased demand. Indeed in Europe, Netflix and Youtube reduced their streaming video …

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Brough Turner on The Digital Life Podcast’s Net Neutrality Episode

This week, our CTO and co-founder Brough Turner was on The Digital Life podcast to discuss the digital divide, net neutrality, and the importance of fast and affordable Internet. Brough has been passionate about those topics for a long time and it led to the creation of netBlazr – here’s a sneak peek into the …

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How to Stream the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games

The PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games start tomorrow! If you’re hoping to watch the games but don’t have cable after cutting the cord, there are still plenty of easy ways to stream the Olympics! Whether you want to catch every single event from alpine skiing to snowboarding or just want to know enough to chat …

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The FCC Voted to End Net Neutrality, But the Fight’s Not Over Yet

On December 14, 2017, the FCC voted 3-2 to end net neutrality and dismantle critical regulations that protect equal access to the internet. (Note: FCC commissioners Clyburn and Rosenworcel voted to keep net neutrality.) netBlazr has always been a vocal advocate for net neutrality and we are committed to this position, now, more than ever. …

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