With mobile technology continuing to grow, the rise of hotspots allow for a wide variety for people to surf the net while on the go. Cell carriers are implementing their own hotspots for their users to use; but even if your cell carrier doesn't offer one, there's no worry as local coffee shops, bookstores, and libraries often offer wireless internet for their customers.
In this guide, we'll learn a little more about hotspots - what they are, what their use is, and how they came about. We'll also check out how to keep your device safe and secure, as well as programs and apps available to you.
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