Having a wi-fi has become one of the important ressource, even if you don’t have wireless setup, you can have one!
The Raspberry Pi Zero is all about being small, so it makes sense that if you wanted to add Wi-Fi capabilities, you’d shrink it down as much as possible. Over on Node, they show you how to do just that.
We’re fans of the Toshiba FlashAir Wi-FI SD card because it’s cheap and does its job well enough, but it’s still lacking some features. Lifehacker reader Chris points out that you can actually add in some functionality with third-party apps.
Aereo was the bad boy of the cord-cutting revolution, until it was declared unlawful by the Supreme Court and scrapped for parts. Undeterred by that monumental setback ex-CEO Chet Kanojia has another idea ready to challenge the status quo—and it’s a system called Starry.
Wi-Fi SD cards have been around for quite a long time, but they didn’t really work that well. After digging around, I decided to try out Toshiba’s 32 GB FlashAir Wi-Fi card, and to my surprise, it works well, as long as you keep your expectations in check.
Today, the first of New York City’s public, gigabit wifi hotspots opened to the public. I tried them, so take it from me: They’re insanely fast. How fast? Fast enough that Starbucks’ free internet is about to get killed.
Airbnb renters keep finding hidden Wi-Fi cameras watching them without them knowing. If you want to ensure your privacy in a rental, this shell script will find any Wi-Fi cameras on the network and disable them.
If you’re going to drone on and on about how you got hacked by a cyber thief, maybe it’s because you played with your new drone—you know, those rad little flying devices that hover via remote control over your street? Yes, they are hackable.
Karma Go is under overwhelming bandwidth traffic and trying to keep their service working, by throttling bandwidth. If you’re an user of Karma Go, then you definitely got an email explaining this issue with a short survey. However, today I noticed that they updated the product description of Neverstop serving 2~3Mbps,…
A new Wi-Fi technology that promises to unclog overcrowded and inconsistent internet connections is in beta testing and will launch in February. The estimated $150 portal router device’s goal is to enter the mainstream consumer market making it useful even with Netgear and D-Link purchases.
The hundreds of different smart home platforms premiering at CES 2016 is a perfect summation of that technology: it’s kind of a mess right now. But with its new SR20 Smart Home Router, TP-Link might have just helped to streamline the smart home and make all the connected devices in your home finally play nicely…
¿Os acordáis cuando tener un router wifi ac era lo máximo? Pues ya no lo es. TP-Link acaba de presentar en CES el primero de la nueva generación de routers que explotan el estandar 802.11ad. Una letra puede parecer poco, pero este nuevo estándar introduce una frecuencia que puede llegar a triplicar la velocidad de la…
Remember when a cheap $60 wireless router was all your home needed? We were so naive back then. When everything from your phone to your fridge is on your home network, you need a little more wi-fi horsepower. So TP-Link is introducing the first wireless router with blazing 802.11ad.