August 1 is World Wide Web Day, marking the invention by Tim Berners-Lee of an internet-based communication system that changed the world.
Browsing privately will keep banking, email passwords and other personal logins from showing up on the history of public or multi-user computers, prevent co-workers from reading personal email you checked at work, or keep under wraps the African safari researched as a surprise anniversary gift.
Tom Stroup, president of the Satellite Industry Association, spoke to the Senate Commerce, Science & Transportation Committee about the importance of spectrum for satellite communications
With the Baby Boomer generation aging, access to good healthcare and specialists is becoming more important daily. Satellite broadband can help ensure everyone has access to these tools and services no matter where they live.
Cord-cutting is a growing trend, and Viasat consumers should review their available satellite internet options to ensure their selection meets their projected streaming needs.
In the U.S., students are expected to have access to internet at home to complete assignments. Satellite broadband offers an opportunity to connect those households on the other side of the digital divide.
In the first of our series highlighting people in underserved areas, we visit a Mississippi teenager looking to improve her chances of success through online connectivity