But now thanks to the FCC's ruling, it might finally make an appearance.Today’s collection of action-ready cyber security advice might be just what you need.
Go to the Google Play marketplace (previously the Android Market) and run a search for Pda Net, or just click here. On the PC or laptop you want to give internet access to, go to the Pda Net website and download the appropriate free Pda Net version for your operating system. You can purchase the full version right now for $15.95.
If you want to use Pda Net on your i Phone, you're going to have to jailbreak the device, since Apple hasn't allowed Pda Net into the i Tunes App Store because it "avoids your carrier's tether plan".
Make sure you’re the only one spending your money by: Get them here: All the Actionable Tips You Need to Safely Shop Online. The ultimate goal is to get you to leak confidential data to them (either about you or the company you work for). Trust no Facebook friend (unless you know them in real life and you’re absolutely, positively sure they can be trusted). Do a bit of research and choose an antivirus you trust. Antivirus is still very necessary, so don’t skip it. Set it up to receive authentication codes via sms or on an authenticator app. How to do it: Why You Should Start Using Two-Factor Authentication Now Check your bank statements on a weekly basis (your online banking can help you do that easily). Being aware of what’s going on, online and offline, can help you keep safe from compromise.
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Tethering your Android phone basically turns it into a mobile hotspot, allowing you to funnel a 3G or 4G internet connection from your phone into your PC or laptop via USB.
As you might expect, phone carriers brought the hammer down in an effort to stop users from getting around the fees they charge to normally allow you to do this.
Luckily, the FCC has stepped in and has made Verizon stop its block on tethering apps.
AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile users are unfortunately unaffected by this ruling, but if you have a Verizon plan (or you think that your carrier won't find out, which is likely), here's how you can easily turn your phone into an internet hotspot.
All it takes is spending some time reading the right things and adjusting a few settings.