The upcoming 802.11ac standard increases data rate and Wi-Fi range performance and overall signal reliability for better video distribution within the home.
If the spend-spend-spend government refuses to secure critical systems, what hope can there be for us mere mortals?
Lawmakers should get back to work on the numerous real problems we pay them the big bucks to address.
Why use a Microsoft OS for embedded applications when Linux is free? A chat with Microsoft doesn't exactly change my mind — but Redmond does make a few good points.
Analysis: What is Apple working on? It needs a new Mac -- or maybe a new iPod -- or both.
Analysis: If handsets are becoming PCs, then why is the software distribution model so different?
Analysis: Why in the world would anyone build a PC out of an old home appliance? Because it's there, of course.
Analysis: The federal government has had proof of the relationship between cell phones and "accidents" for a very long time, but, obviously for political reasons, sat on this evidence.
Analysis: Let's face it, wireless peripherals don't always work all that well. But Adesso's new WKB-4100UB is the best I've used yet.
The iPhone 3G S announcement was a bit of a snooze, but the Palm folks made their mistakes with the Pre, too.
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