A high school dropout invents a device that lets you surf the web with no ads. Dan Simon reports.
Ad blockers have been around since the first pop-ups I encountered back in the late 1990's, Netflix and online gambling among many more to come. Inline web ADs have preliferated since then and are a bane to performance and in some cases can infect with viruses...
This is a device that does it for your entire WiFi and incoming internet connection as a sort of AD "firewall". I like the idea, but like any solution to a "problem" that has been around for years, will it survive scrutiny and possible obsolescence as companies fight back with perhaps new ways and technologies?
How does it work? It sounds magical as it is mostly hardware...
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