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Tag: Wifi

Iridium GO! Mi-Fi Gives You Internet, Anywhere in the World

Iridium GO! Mi-Fi Gives You Internet, Anywhere in the World

Most mobile internet plans have limitations, one of these being coverage. Sure, most developed places are covered by mobile signals, but if you travel frequently to areas with no cell towers, then you might have a…

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Linksys WRT 1900AC Router: The Blue and Black is Back

Linksys WRT 1900AC Router: The Blue and Black is Back

Today’s Linksys routers and networking devices are usually clad in black and silver. But the company’s most recognizable product wore blue and black: the WRT54G series router. First released in 2002, it was one of the…

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Router Sweet Router

Router Sweet Router

In the future, when you and your grandkids are gathered over a hologram of a fireplace and they ask you where you think your home is, dust off your ancient tablet and show them Isaac Moore’s…

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iKettle Can be Controlled over Wi-Fi: Steam Signals

iKettle Can be Controlled over Wi-Fi: Steam Signals

Despite its uninspired name, the iKettle seems like a good idea. It’s an electronic kettle that you can control over your Wi-Fi network. Of course, you can really only ask a kettle to do one thing:…

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G-cluster Takes a Crack at Cloud-based Gaming

G-cluster Takes a Crack at Cloud-based Gaming

A Japanese company called G-cluster is looking to succeed where OnLive failed – make cloud gaming mainstream. It will demonstrate it’s capabilities later this month at CES 2013, but it has already released a handful of…

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Cheap Wireless AirPlay Speaker Hack: Apple & Raspberry Pi

Cheap Wireless AirPlay Speaker Hack: Apple & Raspberry Pi

Tinkerers looking for a way to make their old speakers play nice with Apple’s AirPlay technology can now do so on the cheap, thanks to the Raspberry Pi, a neat hack made by Cambridge Engineering student…

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Arduino WiFly Mini: Real Virtual Racing

Arduino WiFly Mini: Real Virtual Racing

A couple of years ago we heard about Racer, an analog take on arcade racing games: instead of just controlling a virtual car, the game had you control an R/C car using the traditional arcade setup.…

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Anti-Wi-Fi Wallpaper Keeps Nosy Neighbors off Networks

Anti-Wi-Fi Wallpaper Keeps Nosy Neighbors off Networks

Unless you vary your passwords often, it’s possible that some tech-savvy neighbors have figured out the password to your Wi-Fi home network, and they could be using it to download massive amounts of data, porn and…

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reaDIYmate: Remote-Controlled Robots Made from Paper

reaDIYmate: Remote-Controlled Robots Made from Paper

If you are the type who likes to create papercraft sculptures, here is the best thing ever. I’m talking about a new Kickstarter project called reaDIYmate that not only lets you create objects using paper, but…

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WiFi Hotspot & Flash Drive Cufflinks Connect More Than Your Cuffs

WiFi Hotspot & Flash Drive Cufflinks Connect More Than Your Cuffs

Last year we featured a pair of flash drive cufflinks. Luxury cufflink maker Ravi Ratan ups the ante this year with an even geekier pair of fasteners, perfect for those of you who are known by…

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TAXAN MeoTune Turns Your Smartphone into a TV

TAXAN MeoTune Turns Your Smartphone into a TV

I understand that some people want to watch TV while they are taking public transportation, but to me it makes no sense – especially with all the content freely accessible on the Internet. However, I guess…

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Super WiFi Concept Uses Empty TV Channels For Long-Distance Transmission

Super WiFi Concept Uses Empty TV Channels For Long-Distance Transmission

Our WiFi connection at home is largely confined to the indoors, and it doesn’t even reach all the corners of the house. So imagine my surprise when I read about a new technology that can send…

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ANDI-ONE Android-Powered Remote: Everything But the Kitchen Sink

ANDI-ONE Android-Powered Remote: Everything But the Kitchen Sink

If the Smart Qwerty remote wasn’t hardcore enough for you, Conspin’s got one more remote control that you should check out, the ANDI-ONE. Actually calling it a remote control is like calling any modern smartphone a…

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Peel iPhone/iPad Universal Remote Ships. Fruity Delicious.

Peel iPhone/iPad Universal Remote Ships. Fruity Delicious.

There are already several universal remote control applications on the market for the iPhone and iPad today. The new Peel is now shipping and it looks like a slick little device, though the oddly-shaped hardware portion…

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Microsoft Surface Wrests Control of AR.Drone From iOS Devices

Microsoft Surface Wrests Control of AR.Drone From iOS Devices

The Parrot AR.Drone quadricopter has one of the most expensive remote controls for a toy – iPod Touches, iPhones or iPads. But a French tech company has upped the ante, utilizing the Microsoft Surface as a…

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Trendnet Wireless n Adapter is Smaller Than a T-Rex’S Brain

Trendnet Wireless n Adapter is Smaller Than a T-Rex’S Brain

For years, we had to put up with network adapters for computers that were huge. You know the ones I mean, big fat adapters that were three inches long and blocked USB ports around them. We…

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