Category Archives: Wireless

2013: IEEE estimates some 11 billion devices connected to the Internet

As of today, there are 10.95 billion devices connected to the Internet. Compare that with only 500 million connected devices 6 years ago (back in 2007). [Source:]

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What if Wi-Fi was visible? An artist illustrates an unusual world

What if you could see Wi-Fi? Artist and researcher Nickolay Lamm has put together a very interesting set of images where Washington D.C. shows in full color Wi-Fi fields and rainbows. It’s an unusual approach and a very cool one: … Continue reading

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Older Airport Express is unsupported Airport Utility under Mountain Lion? No problem, get this fix!

I still use my old (1st-gen) Airport Express with all my Wi-Fi stuff. I bought it back in 2004 when it was first released, and never regretted purchasing it. Now, in 2012, it’s Mac OS X Lion and Mountain Lion … Continue reading

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The really green (solar-powered) wireless desktop keyboard: Logitech k750

I love all things wireless, except when it comes to keeping them powered up. I’m always worrying that I’d run out of battery juice at the worst possible moment. But a solar rechargeable keyboard? Now this is a first. I … Continue reading

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