Boost your poor wireless connection

Sick of having a poor wireless connection, well this article might help you. They talk about 10 different ways of improving your wireless singal. And let's face it, most of us can do with an imporved wireless signal ;)

Intel Thinks Outside The Chip

In a positive spin Intel is diversifying their business and thinking outside the chip... So far however I'm not impressed with the buyout of McAfee.

If You Build It, They Will Connect

Holy Moly! There are almost 5 Billion devices plugged into the Internet. How many of those devices do you think are serving us spam? Hmm.. lol

"Sometime this month, the 5 billionth device will plug into the Internet. And in 10 years, that number will grow by more than a factor of four, according to IMS Research, which tracks the installed base of equipment that can access the Internet... " | More

Grace Tuner Wireless Radio & Media Player

San Diego, Calif. - (July 27, 2010) – Grace Digital Inc., a leading brand of wireless indoor & outdoor audio solutions, unveils a new addition to their line of internet radios, the Tuner Wireless Radio & Media Player. Simply plug it into your current home stereo system and instantly gain access to 30,000 internet radio stations, podcast and on demand Wi-Fi radio content. Like all Grace Digital internet radios, Tuner supports a variety of services including Pandora Radio, NPR on-demand, iheartradio, and SIRIUS.

LED Lights as Wireless Internet

LEDs are already known for being a super energy efficient way to light up a room, but did you know that they might also be a way for you to connect to the internet? That’s right, a group of scientists from Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute have devised a way to encode a visible-frequency wireless signal in light from our plain old desklamps and other light fixtures. Just think – in the near future, jumping on the interwebs might be as simple as flipping on your lightswitch!

While the regular radio-frequency wi-fi most of us use currently is perfectly fine, it does have its flaws.

TRENDnet 450Mbps Wireless N Gigabit Router

TORRANCE, Calif. - March 3, 2010 - TRENDnet, a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, today announces the launch of the 450Mbps Wireless N Gigabit Router, model TEW-691GR. Designed for extreme performance and unparalleled quality of service, this router provides users with the ultimate wireless networking experience.

Three external antennas broadcast on the 2.4GHz spectrum. Three spatial streams per antenna produce a record 450Mbps theoretical wireless throughput.

WildCharge Wireless Charging Pad

"I have always been a fan of new technology. I enjoy the implementation, creation and even the way it is marketed to the consumer (for good or bad). I am sure this is no surprise to you (given what I do for a living), but what might surprise you is that I am even more intrigued by the recent resurgence of old ideas that are finally coming to light as new technology.

Today we are looking at another resurrected technology; this time from WildCharge. WildCharge is another of the companies that is working very hard to make wireless charging a standard.

TRENDnet Launches GREENnetT Switches

TORRANCE, Calif. - March 2, 2010 - TRENDnet, a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, today announces from CeBIT, the launch of the 16-Port 10/100Mbps GREENnetT Switch, model TE100-S16g, and the 24-Port 10/100Mbps GREENnetT Switch, model TE100-S24g, which feature TRENDnet's embedded power saving GREENnetT technology.

GREENnetT is a TRENDnet switch-based technology that determines and supplies the appropriate amount of electrical power to each hardwired switching port as required by the connected device, by the port, or by the length of the connected Ethernet cable.

Deep Space Data Network Gets Boost

NASA began today replacing an aging set of Earth-based deep space antennas with new ones that will allow it to communicate with distant probes far more efficiently than the broadband connections in the typical home.

The overhaul aims to boost communication from spacecraft to Earth by as much as 50 times compared to today's meager deep-space data transfer rates.

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