It's great to have access to the Internet on your phone, but sometimes you'd really like to share that connection with a laptop or tablet. You can! It's called tethering; turning your phone into a personal Wi-Fi hotspot. But which phones can tether, how do you do it, what will it cost — and is it worth it?
It's great to have access to the Internet on your phone, but sometimes you'd really like to share that connection with a laptop or tablet. You can! It's called tethering; turning your phone into a personal Wi-Fi hotspot. But which phones can tether, how do you do it, what will it cost — and is it worth it?Read More »from How to Set Up Your Phone as a Wi-Fi Hotspot
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Ughhhh! If your PC has ever been infected - or worse, if it's infected right now - you're probably groaning. Yes it's a pain, but the good news is: you can remove viruses yourself, for free.Read More »from Computer Virus: How to Remove It
- Chelsea look to tighten stranglehold on Premier League title race
Having claimed the season's first major trophy, Chelsea will attempt to tighten their stranglehold on the Premier League title race when they visit West Ham United in mid-week. Chelsea beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 at Wembley on Sunday to lift the League Cup and they were given double cause for celebration by Manchester City's 2-1 defeat at Liverpool earlier in the day. Chelsea now lead second-place City by five points with a game in hand, leaving manager Jose Mourinho well placed to repeat the feat from his first season at the club, 10 years ago, when his side followed up success in the League Cup by romping to the title by a 12-point margin.
- Poulter, Westwood, Donald, Rose to host British Masters
By Tony Jimenez LONDON (Reuters) - Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood, Luke Donald and Justin Rose are to take turns in hosting the British Masters, an event that will return to the European Tour calendar this season for the first time in seven years. The leading British quartet will help select the venue each season for the next four years and Poulter has kicked things off by opting to play the three million pounds ($4.58 million) competition at his local course at Woburn from Oct. 8-11. "I am proud and delighted to be bringing the tournament to Woburn which is obviously a place that means a great deal to me," the Englishman said in statement on Wednesday. "We have all been keen to get more tournaments on British soil and in England in particular." It will be the 17th time that Woburn has hosted the tournament and the first since 2002 when Poulter was narrowly beaten to the title by his close friend Rose.
- Harden suspended a game for kicking James below the belt
(Reuters) - Houston Rockets guard James Harden has been suspended one game without pay for kicking Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James in the groin, the NBA announced on Monday. Closely guarded by James, Harden lost his footing, fell to the floor and then lifted his left leg and kicked James below the belt. "Obviously that's not a basketball play," James told reporters after the game.