Tag Archives: networking

Facebook Chat Chooses Teacher’s Pets, Gives Back To The VIPs

When Facebook announced that they would be rolling out their new Facebook Chat service, all that was said was that it would be rolled out very gradually to the public. What we didn’t know is that the social networking service was systematically rolling out the new service to their favorite group of Ivy Leaguer’s first. The first people who were ...

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Your mini’s foreign friends

Been wanting to turn your Mac mini into a home media center, but don’t have enough storage space for all your movies and music? You’re in luck, as Kuroutoshikou of Japan has announced four new external drive enclosures designed to compliment the Mac mini. Done in the same silver-and-white style as the mini, the enclosures also match the mini’s dimensions, ...

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New Wifi Router Covers Your Whole Neighborhood

Well, almost. The new AS-8800 wireless router from AlphaShield provides 108Mbps speeds over a range of 1,200 feet indoors and 3,900 feet outdoors. In addition to its tremendous range, the AS-8800 comes equipped with 5 GigabEthernet ports, a Stateful Packet Inspection firewall, USB print server, VPN support, and a dedicated CPU for optimal P2P performance. It’s also capable of prioritizing ...

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Release of First UWB USB Hub Imminent

Belkin has announced that their Cable-Free USB Hub will be released in mid-December. The device employs UWB (Ultra-Wide Band) technology to transmit data from USB devices to your computer. Belkin claims the hub can reach speeds of up to 480MBps at a range of up to 30 feet. The Belkin Cable-Free USB Hub will retail for $200, and will be ...

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