Linked: AT&T’s HBO Max Deal Was Never Free
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Linked: AT&T’s HBO Max Deal Was Never Free

See, the question that should be asked is how AT&T can afford to give users all the video streaming they want over their network for HBO Max, but forces caps on all of its users for their internet usage.

Clearly, their network can handle the traffic of unlimited video streaming, so why do we let them use these excuses to limit access to the internet?

Linked: LastPass to Limit Usage of Free Version
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Linked: LastPass to Limit Usage of Free Version

Full disclosure. I am a paid customer of LastPass. I have been for a number of years now. Why? Because this is one piece of technology that is worth paying for. There may be some other options out there that give you what you want for free, and there are, obviously, other paid solutions out there as well.

What Might We End up Paying for in 2021?

What Might We End up Paying for in 2021?

The tech predictions by Jefferson Graham on the USA Today website include a couple of tidbits about the possibility of users going over the new Google limits, and thus paying to keep their Gmail accounts, and the possibility of paid podcasts, large podcasts moving to a service similar to Apple Music, and becoming a paid…