ImOn Communications announced today that it is launching a free Wi-Fi service in the Iowa City Ped Mall. The network will cover the Ped Mall area between S. Clinton Street and S. Linn Street. This project is a joint venture between ImOn Communications and the Iowa City Downtown District.
Last week we shared with you some of the problems that can occur when your electronic devices are exposed to the cold weather. Now that you know what can happen, here are a few tips to help protect your technology and keep it safe in the cold.
It’s no surprise that overheating can affect and damage your smartphones, tablet, and laptops. But, did you know that the dropping temperatures outside can take a toll on them as well?
ImOn Communications, a leading provider of data and communications services to residents and businesses in Eastern Iowa, announced the expansion of its fiber optic network to Dubuque, Iowa, and the start of its fiber-to-the-business offerings in the area. In the coming months, Dubuque businesses will have access to scalable and redundant high-performance Internet and Advanced Voice Services delivered over fiber optics to help improve operations. ImOn has collaborated with the Public/Private partnership efforts of the Greater Dubuque Development Corporation and the City of Dubuque in accelerating the buildout and expansion of a 100% commercial fiber network throughout the city.
OLED displays are the latest technology taking over living rooms (and pockets) around the world. After the release of the iPhone X, which features a bevel-less, ultra-thin OLED screen, consumers are finally starting to get curious about this technology and all its potential since it first came to market in 2012.
Over the past few weeks, you may have read or seen news stories about potential changes to how you access Internet content. Customers have reached out to us to understand what “Net Neutrality” is and how these changes may impact their ImOn Internet service. The answer is that your Internet service will not be impacted due to FCC’s decision to repeal the 2015 Title II legislation that classified an Internet Services Provider as a common carrier subject to utility-style regulation.
The holidays aren’t the same without those time-honored traditions: Hanging up the Christmas stockings, shaking presents to guess what’s inside, and binge-watching the Christmas Story marathon until you can recite each and every line from memory.
Many people think landline phones are old and an outdated technology that belongs in a museum. In fact, according to a 2017 CDC report, only 45.9% of an American households still have a landline phone. If you are thinking about joining the mobile-only households, consider some of these advantages of keeping a landline phone.
When we think back on our own childhoods, it’s tempting to think that “kids these days” have it easy. After all, they have instant access to information at the tip of their fingers. There’s technology all around them built to keep them constantly entertained. And without even appreciating it, they can have a face-to-face conversation with friends from anywhere in the world, any time they want.