Day: July 9, 2020

Compare Desktop Computers – Office Depot & OfficeMax

Desktop computers handle a variety of functions, which makes gaming, surfing the Internet and working fast and efficient. With many different styles to choose from, desktop computers are versatile machines for virtually any home, office or dormitory. Desktop PCs and All-In-One models are loaded with storage space to hold songs, videos or important documents, while gaming computers with plenty of memory deliver high speeds to help during epic battles. An HD monitor offers stunning visuals for watching movies, playing games and working on presentations. A desktop computer will make it easy to transition between work and play. Check out a large selection of desktop PCs to enjoy an enhanced multimedia experience.
 

Desktop PCs

Desktop PCs provide more than just the basic requirements. Many desktop PCs are preloaded with features such as a well-known operating system, connectivity options and other applications. Most PCs have wireless connectivity built in, so you can

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Whittier, CA Internet Providers (940 Mbps)

Internet Buyer’s Guide for Whittier, California


Searching for the right internet for your home or business in Whittier, California? This Internet Buyer’s Guide offers residents and business owners alike all the information needed to make the best decision for internet, including deals, plans, pricing, speeds, and more, available in Whittier.

Residential Internet Providers in Whittier, CA






Provider Starting Price Speed Range Type Of Internet Coverage Availability
Charter Spectrum $49.99/mo. 200-940 Mbps Cable 100% Cable
Frontier Communications $27.99/mo. 6-940 Mbps Fiber, DSL 81% Fiber, 75% DSL
Viasat Internet (formerly Exede) $50/mo. 12-25 Mbps Satellite 100% Satellite
HughesNet $59.99/mo. 25 Mbps Satellite 100% Satellite

The table above summarizes Whittier internet providers with the greatest coverage locally.

Fastest Internet Providers in Whittier,

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In 2020, Californians will have new privacy rights online

The internet is going to look, and work, a little different starting today. That’s because Californians have new rights over how their personal information is gathered, stored and sold by any company operating in the state as of Jan. 1, thanks to the California Consumer Privacy Act, or CCPA.

As businesses scramble to get in compliance with the law, you’ve probably seen a rash of pop-up notifications and emails about privacy policy updates. You also may have noticed the small-print “do not sell my information” buttons that have started appearing at the bottom of websites.

But what are these new rights? How can you actually exercise them? And will any of this make a difference in how you use the internet?

Three new rights are at the heart of the CCPA, the strongest consumer data privacy law in the nation: the right to know, the right to delete, and the

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Internet and Communications Provider in Southern California & Las Vegas

Click here to get updates on BAI’s response to COVID-19.

We’re a thriving, fast-paced boutique Internet and communications provider in Southern California and the Las Vegas area to over 50,000 daily users. Our mission is to do everything different than the big Telecom providers which means delivering top quality product with killer customer service.

 

Fast Installations

No waiting for weeks on end.
Quick and hassle-free installations.

 

Owned and Operated Network

Zero outsourcing and an
uptime exceeding 99.99%.

 

Live Humans

No robots and no call centers, no
outsourcing. Locally staffed support.

 

Our customers include the hottest residential and commercial properties in the area, the most popular hotels and a huge roster of film studios. Our BAI Live division provides our exclusive Pop Up Internet and Streaming services to live events, concerts and music festivals.

How can we get you up to speed?

Just because live events are on pause, doesn’t mean

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Trinity (nuclear test) – Wikipedia

United States historic event

United States historic place

Trinity was the code name of the first detonation of a nuclear device. It was conducted by the United States Army at 5:29 a.m. on July 16, 1945, as part of the Manhattan Project. The test was conducted in the Jornada del Muerto desert about 35 miles (56 km) southeast of Socorro, New Mexico, on what was then the USAAF Alamogordo Bombing and Gunnery Range, now part of White Sands Missile Range. The only structures originally in the vicinity were the McDonald Ranch House and its ancillary buildings, which scientists used as a laboratory for testing bomb components. A base camp was constructed, and there were 425 people present on the weekend of the test.

The code name “Trinity” was assigned by J. Robert Oppenheimer, the director of the Los Alamos Laboratory, inspired by the poetry of John Donne. The test was

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