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  1. UPC launches Dutch voice/data MVNORead the original story

    19 min ago | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    ... k access agreement with Vodafone Netherlands last year for mobile Mi-Fi device users to augment the cableco's existing Wi-Fi hotspot facilities, while fellow Dutch cableco Ziggo - which

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  2. UTStarcom to Participate in Jefferies 4th Annual Asia Corporate Access SummitRead the original story

    32 min ago | GlobeNewswire

    ... future-proof networks for a range of applications, including mobile backhaul, metro aggregation, broadband access and Wi-Fi data offload. Our strategic investments in media operational support service providers expand UTStarcom's capabilities in the ...

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  3. D-Link Offers Up Free Wi-Fi Cameras to Ghost HuntersRead the original story w/Photo

    48 min ago | DVDCreation Reviews

    To qualify for a free Wi-Fi camera, ghost hunters can submit their story about why they want a camera and, if chosen, create a video on how they set up their ghost busting solution and what they saw . With the ability to see in complete darkness, D-Link's Wi-Fi Cameras are the perfect solution for monitoring what goes bump in the night.

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  4. Leeo Smart Alarm - this clever device converts your old dumb smoke...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Red Ferret Journal

    ... another alarm going off, it will let you know immediately, wherever you are. The plug and play device connects to your Wi-Fi network via a dedicated app for both iOS and Android and listens to other carbon monoxide and smoke alarms constantly. If ...

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  5. Now Everyone Wants to Sell You a Magical Anonymity Router. Choose WiselyRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Wired

    ... or making significant new ones. A project called TorFi, which offered a version of Tor installed on an off-the-shelf Wi-Fi router, has already had its Kickstarter campaign yanked , seemingly under the same prohibition that killed Anonabox (selling ...

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  6. 1959 Newsreel: Make Phone Calls From CarsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Light Reading

    British moviegoers in 1959 marveled at the latest miracle of modern technology -- a radio setup that lets you make and receive phone calls in your car. This clip from the newsreel company British PatheI describes how two radio stations let drivers within range make calls to any phone in Britain and Ireland.

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  7. Wireless IssuesRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | EduGeek

    Hello, We're having trouble with a number of staff laptops where they will move from one department to another and when they reopen it at the next place it won't pick up the wireless. This then requires the staff to troubleshoot the wifi.

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  8. Speech and language therapist to trial innovative new technology for...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... from the traditional therapy where paper worksheets are used, and can be accessed on any device with an internet or Wi-Fi connection, including tablets, PCs and mobile phones. This allows the patient to have more independence around following their ...

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  9. Water Needs More Respect Says Bourne EnergyRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | PRWeb

    "Humankind is running out of water at an alarming pace. We're going to run out of water long before we run out of oil" - Peter Brabeck, chairman of Nestle.

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  10. First it was ray-repelling paint, now a doctor says a sleeping net...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Argus

    First it was ray-repelling paint, now a doctor says a sleeping net over your bed will help avoid the dangers of wifi Stefanie Russell, from Steyning, is having her home coated in special paint to block out wi-fi signals and electromagnetic radiation A DOCTOR has claimed wi-fi and mobile phone signals could put people at risk of infertility, tumours, cancer and dementia. The 72-year-old went to extremes to protect her health by forking out nearly A 4,000 on paint to stop the frequency of signals seeping into her home.

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  11. UserGate Web Filter 4.0 with social-application blocking functionality is now availableRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | PR Log

    The internet security and content-filtering experts at Entensys are pleased to announce the release of UserGate Web Filter 4.0, which features a number of new functions, including several related to regulating applications for social networks. PRLog - Oct. 24, 2014 - The internet security and content-filtering experts at Entensys are pleased to announce the release of UserGate Web Filter 4.0, which features a number of new functions, including several related to regulating applications for social networks.

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  12. Shaw profit beats Q4 estimates, revenue slightly short of analyst expectationsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Lifestyles

    Shaw Communications Inc. is focusing on growing its wireless Internet offerings while continuing to deal with declining cable and satellite TV subscriptions. CEO Brad Shaw said the company will continue to remain flexible in providing customers what they want, when they want it - whether that be Wi-Fi, telephone or television services.

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  13. Library receives grant for Wi-FiRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Times Observer

    Patty Sherbondy, Warren Public Library director told the library board members Monday afternoon "We have been awarded a micro-grant from the state." She said the first shipment of 11 computers, three Wi Fi routers and network monitoring software arrived on Monday, to replace the old XP computers currently being used.

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  14. Juniper Pummeled by Weak Carrier DemandRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Light Reading

    Juniper revenue declined 5% year-over-year and 8% sequentially in third-quarter results reported Thursday. The decline was primarily driven by reduced demand from carriers, particularly in the US, but offset by Web 2.0 companies, said Juniper CEO Shaygan Kheradpir.

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  15. Adobe begins encrypting user data collected from Digital Editions appRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Network World

    ... network analysis tools such as Wireshark if the data was sent to Adobe while a person was using, for example, a public Wi-Fi network. Adobe maintains the data is necessary to abide by the DRM (digital rights management) restriction on content, which ...

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  16. X1 drives solid third quarter for ComcastRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | CED

    ... and we make hundreds of millions of dollars doing that. I think it's going to be more and more challenging." On the Wi-Fi front, Roberts and Smit touted Comcast's recent roaming agreement with Liberty Global and the company's 5 million hotspots, ...

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  17. Anand.Yaligar "I had not even considered the "free-over-the-air"...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | EETimes

    "I had not even considered the "free-over-the-air" component. That does make things complicated.

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  18. Re: Now it makes senseRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | EETimes

    "I went through the pain of my cable provider going 100% digital," Me too. The company gave me two converter boxes that deliver local broadcast channels only.

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  19. Huawei Unveils Smart Optical Line TerminalRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Converge! Network Digest

    ... services as fixed broadband increasingly shifts from home access to multi-service access (e.g. enterprise access and Wi-Fi hotspot backhaul), and from simple bandwidth-rental operations to flexible user experience operations. It leverages a ...

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  20. Re: Better be compatibleRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | EETimes

    I love this quote from my friend & former colleague: "The broadcast industry's priorities are mobility, flexibility, and robustness in the coverage and service areas." This is almost verbatim what broadcasters wrote in their requirements document during the ATSC RF Task Force days of 2000-2001.

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