Category Archives: Internet

Third Annual Most-Googled Relationship Questions Report

Poet and expressionist Ranata Suzuki once said, “Meeting you was like finding the answer to a question I had long since forgotten asking.” For the third year in a row, the team at CenturyLinkQuote wants to know what special question each state is asking the most.  While forming relationships looks a little different this year, […]

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Which Next-Gen Gaming Console is America’s Favorite? Here are the Ones Americans Searched Most

The next generation of the PlayStation and Xbox are flying off shelves, and rumor has it the new and improved Nintendo Switch will release soon. For serious and casual gamers alike, this adds to the ever-evolving debate: which gaming console is the best on the market? Nintendo lovers will tell you Nintendo Switch’s upsides (flexible […]

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Americans Need Help with Their How-To’s. They’re Turning to Google For Answers.

Human curiosity never ceases. And during the last few decades, the World Wide Web has provided a platform for people to ask more questions than ever before. Most nowadays rely on a search engine and good internet network to provide answers to questions that may have once required a library visit or phone call. Now […]

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Does Social Media Affect Romantic Relationships?

Follows and filters and hashtags—oh, my! As people nowadays spend an increasing amount of time on phones and electronic devices, terms such as these have weaseled their way into our everyday vocabulary. Though people tend to have mixed feelings about social media, it’s a daily habit for many. In fact, according to the Pew Research […]

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CenturyLinkQuote’s Response to COVID-19

During this time of uncertainty, CenturyLink is committed to keep its network running efficiently, as well as keep its customers connected if they face financial setbacks as a result of COVID-19. On March 13, 2020, CenturyLink signed the Keep Americans Connected Pledge. As part of the pledge, CenturyLink will waive late fees, suspend data usage […]

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From Siri to Alexa – The Digital Assistant Revolution

Over the last couple of years, most of the major tech companies have been making a push for consumers to purchase standalone digital assistant devices for use in the home. Google, for example, has teamed up with Walmart to offer competitive services to Amazon’s Echo, while Amazon has responded by offering access to both Apple’s […]

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The Safest and Most Dangerous States for Kids Online

It seems like every day, kids are more and more attached to their phones and computers. They might be surfing the web for the latest meme, checking Twitter to see what’s trending, or looking to see how many “likes” their last Instagram post received (have to make sure that lighting is on point).  On average, […]

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Internet Scams Are Taking America’s Money

A Nigerian prince does not have millions of dollars to share with you. The IRS is not threatening to seize your tax return. Your social security number is not suspended or compromised. These are just some of the common internet scams fraudsters use to gain personal information; thousands of people are scammed every year into […]

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Most Popular International Travel Destination by State

Travel can be an exhilarating experience. There’s nothing like imagining a trip in anticipation—all the Instagram pics to take, the new foods to try, and the cultural nuances to explore. It’s no surprise then that in 2017, nearly 10% of the US population (over 38 million people) made the voyage across borders—and in some instances, […]

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Most Popular Social App by State in 2019

Out of the 11 hours a day the average American spends interacting with electronic media, we dedicate around 45 minutes of that time to social media apps. But the way each American spends their hour or so connecting with friends, reading the news, and watching the most recent viral video differs from person to person […]

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