Roughly a decade ago, consumers finally realized they were truly addicted to the Internet.
If you spent a few days offline, without checking e-mail or favorite websites, then withdrawal symptoms began to occur. More recently, we've become dependent on a new fix: "WiFi." As we roam towns and cities, or simply like to surf the Web from the comfort of our own bed, a wireless Internet connection has become a necessity -- especially when our employers want us to remain in constant contact.
Trouble is, we've all had experiences with unstable WiFi connections. It's no fun to watch an online video, only to see