Month: August 2020

AT&T Internet Deals and Promotions for Aug 2020

AT&T Internet Deals, Plans, and Pricing

AT&T provides internet, phone, and TV plans across the contiguous United States. With AT&T internet plans ranging from DSL to Fiber, there are a variety of packages and speeds to consider.

Here are some of the key considerations and factors to be aware of while comparing and shopping for AT&T deals.

Comparing AT&T Internet Plans


  • Nationwide broadband coverage
  • Affordable pricing
  • Dedicated DSL connections


  • Lower internet speeds in DSL-only areas
  • Slower in rural areas
  • Limited fiber coverage

There are dozens of AT&T plans that come and go seasonally, and offerings will vary based

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U.S. Colleges: What to Do With Students and Coronavirus on Campus?

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A consensus is building among public health experts that it’s better to keep university students on campus after a Covid-19 outbreak rather than send them home as many are doing.

It’s easier to isolate sick or exposed students and trace their contacts if they stay put, said Ravina Kullar, epidemiologist and spokesperson for Infectious Diseases Society of America. Sending students home risks exposing other people there as well as along the way, and makes

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How to set up your new computer

So you’ve got a new computer. Awesome! That humble metal box is the key to a wide world of potential. It can help you with everything from juggling your finances to keeping in touch with your family to blowing off some steam on, uh, Steam.

But a new PC isn’t like a new car; you can’t just turn a key and put the pedal to the metal. Okay, maybe you can—but you shouldn’t. Performing just a few simple activities when you first fire it up can help it be safer, faster, and better poised for the future. Here’s

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HP’s redesigned Envy laptops take a cue from the excellent Spectre x360

Today, HP announced several new laptops in its Envy lineup, adding affordable alternatives to the company’s more expensive Spectre lineup. This includes a redesigned 13-inch version of its Envy ultrabook, which is now equipped with Intel’s 10th Gen i7-1065G7 Ice Lake processor with Iris Plus graphics. The design improvements made to the Envy 13 echo similar changes made in late 2019 to the excellent Spectre x360, such as a smaller footprint, taking up less space on your desk with what appears to be little compromise with features.

Despite the decrease in size, the Envy 13 retains a 13.3-inch display

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College Football News All-American Athletic Conference Team, Top 30 Players

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