Amazing Footage From Over a Century Ago

by admin on May 13, 2011

We think it’s ridiculous when we can’t get a WiFi signal, take a look at this film from 1905 and imagine what life would have been like then. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NINOxRxze9k&sns=em

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Streaming Inflight Entertainment| AA.com
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American Airlines is the first North American airline to begin testing an innovative new product – inflight streaming video. This new product will allow customers to purchase and wirelessly stream movies and TV shows, from an inflight library to personal Wi-Fi-enbled devices during flight.

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Entire Playstation Network Hacked and User Information Stolen, Here’s what you have to do

April 26, 2011

Entire Playstation Network Hacked and User Information Stolen, Here’s what you have to do – TNW Industry http://thenextweb.com/industry/2011/04/26/entire-playstation-network-hacked-and-user-information-stolen-heres-what-you-have-to-do/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+TheNextWeb+%28The+Next+Web+All+Stories%29 Sony has made an announcement on their Playstation blog today letting all subscribers of the Playstation Network know that the network has been compromised and user information including names, passwords, addresses and most likely credit card numbers […]

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Securing Wireless Networks

April 24, 2011

US-CERT Cyber Security Tip ST05-003 — Securing Wireless Networks http://www.us-cert.gov/cas/tips/ST05-003.html Securing Wireless Networks Wireless networks are becoming increasingly popular, but they introduce additional security risks. If you have a wireless network, make sure to take appropriate precautions to protect your information.

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D.C. Airports Drop Wi-Fi Fees in Spring

December 27, 2010

D.C. Airports Drop Wi-Fi Fees in Spring Wi-Fi Networking News Washington Dulles and Reagan National will drop fees for Wi-Fi access in the spring: Contractual details remain to be worked out, this report says in the Washington Examiner. Dulles and National add to the growing list of major US airports that have dropped fees, starting […]

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WiFi Radio Terms Tutorial

March 24, 2010

dB (Decibel) The difference (or ratio) between two signal levels. Named after Alexander Graham Bell. (That is why the “B” is capitalized.) Used to describe the effect of system devices on signal strength. For example, a cable has 6 dB loss or an amplifier has 15 dB of gain. This is very useful because system […]

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Free WiFi for Windows XP

March 24, 2010

This video shows how Windows XP users can connect to Free WiFi networks effortlessly using a free program called Easy WiFi Radar.

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McDonald’s Australia Free WiFi

March 9, 2010

Last year McDonald’s rolled out free WiFi to over 700 restaurants across Australia. This makes McDonald’s the largest provider of Free WiFi Internet Access in Australia. You can access the service with devices that have WiFi (802.11 b/g) capabilities. You can find out more information including a map to help locate sites at http://www.maccasfreewifi.com.

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Wearable WiFi Detector

March 5, 2010

Now you know if you have WiFi access without opening your laptop. This shirt from Thinkgeek.com will detect 802.11b or 802.11g WiFi signals and display signal strength via glowing bars on the front of the shirt. It can be washed as normal after removing the animated decal.

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Improve your WiFi modem range free

March 2, 2010

If you have a weak signal from your WiFi modem, make this simple reflector to improve it’s range. Most WiFi modems are installed near walls and transmit in all directions equally which means a lot of signal is being wasted through the wall and outside the building . A reflector can push more of this […]

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