Archive for the ‘Wireless Technology’ Category
  • WiFi transfers to kick Bluetooth transfers to the curb?
    by Mike
    Posted April 3rd, 2009 at 7:36 am
    Transferring files over Bluetooth is often a very "liberating" experience in the sense that  you are free from cords and restrictions.  BT file transfers have been with us for many years now and I'm sure made the lives of countless individuals much more enjoyable easily sharing information and media with friends and co-workers.  In the age of HD video, higher quality music downloads, and 50 megapixel cameras, the media that we are storing and transferring is getting larger and larger.  G...
  • New Airport Extreme and Time Capsule now multitask with 2.4/5.0 GHz
    by Mike
    Posted March 3rd, 2009 at 9:39 am
    Apple is having a rather large day already with refreshes of several major lines including iMacs, Mac Pros, Mac mini's and now the Airport Extreme and Time Capsule.  Now, Apple's two wireless devices will broadcast in both 2.4GHz and 5.0GHz frequencies simulatneously thanks to a new dual band radio.  You will now be able to support up to 50 users at a time!  Prices for the latest and greatest from Cupertino are $179 for the Airport Extreme and $299/$499 for the 500GB/1TB Time Capsules.  ...
  • Wireless USB finding a new home with Samsung
    by Mike
    Posted February 12th, 2009 at 8:10 am
    Isn't it a pain to have to lug around 10 different cords to 10 different electronics because they all use different sync cables.  Imagine a world where you could just cut the cord and get on with your life...without being tethered down, hampering your ability to live.  Ok, so maybe that was a little dramatic.  However, cords to a digital nerd are like gnats to a cow...not life threatening, but just a pain in the a**.  So it is with great pleasure and excitement to announce that Samsung ...
  • WISPS…Cable and DSL’s rural foe
    by Mike
    Posted February 6th, 2009 at 8:09 am
    So you're not into getting raped by your oh so unfriendly cable or DSL company?  Fear not, there is another option.  No, I'm not talking about satillite.  I'm talking about WISPS.  What the heck is WISPS?  Possibly your saving grace.  WISPS is a type of terrestrial (meaning they aren't cellular or satillite) internet service that sadly doesn't get the attention it deserves.  More than 750,000 square miles of the U.S. is covered by WISPS service.  So why don't more people use it.  ...
  • iBluetooth turns iPhone into file transferring beast.
    by Mike
    Posted January 25th, 2009 at 10:35 pm
    Besides copy/paste, what is one of the other most often requested updates to be included?  If you answered Bluetooth file transfers you would be correct.  Yes it's really here.  However, like all great revelations for the iPhone, jailbreaking is a must...Apple just loves their iron grip.  Who do you thank for this little feat of awesomeness?  MeDevil from iSpazio is the developer responsible for freeing up the iPhone just a little more.  Those looking to start swapping files will have ...
  • Cut the cord…for displays anyway
    by Mike
    Posted January 5th, 2009 at 7:27 pm
      We the consumer have been teased various times with wireless USB.  First it's coming soon then delayed then back to soon.  What is a consumer to do being torn like this?  The emptiness I'm sure you feel inside will slowly be filled soon...for real this time.  This quarter, Wisair will be releasing a wireless USB display adapter set in the U.S. and Europe.  The wireless display adapter, based on the WSR601 wireless chip also built by Wisair, will support VGA and HDMI connections up ...
  • Sprints XOHM 4G service Live in Baltimore!
    by Mike
    Posted September 30th, 2008 at 12:46 am
    For all of you Sprint lovers *crickets chirping* ...jk, if you live in Baltimore and have been itching to get a XOHM compatible device start dancing in the streets.  You now can enjoy download speeds of 2-4 Mbs, (that is it?)  Currently, 3G or "3.5G" maxes out at 7.2 Mbs, you have to start somewhere I guess...right?  Starting today you 4G loving foe can pick up XOHM branded hardware and sign up for $25 per month for home internet service, $30 per month for mobile service, or $10 for one f...
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