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The $10 Raspberry Pi Zero W is the teeniest little Wi-Fi-enabled computer you've ever seen

When the original $5 Raspberry Pi Zero came out – to much fanfare, I might add – users connected it to all sorts of things. They made micro gaming rigs that ran on the 1GHz single-core CPU and added Pi Hats – little breakout boards – to power robots and sensors. 304 kata lagi


BREAKING: Maryland State Advisory Council to Dept of Education -- recommend school districts reduce school Wi-Fi

From Environmental Health  Trust
February 27, 2017

First State in the Nation: Maryland State Advisory Council Recommends Reducing School WiFi

Children’s environmental health experts respond to new US study linking wireless radiofrequency radiation to cancer after the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends reducing radiofrequency exposures. 1.460 kata lagi

The Fifth Element Wireless Router

A wireless signal is as crucial as water or air for most geeks, so it seems fitting that this wireless router design styles itself as… 84 kata lagi


Skype is killing off its WiFi service March 31 to focus on 'core' features

Skype, the Microsoft-owned service that helped pioneer and popularize the rise of voice and video calls over the internet, is killing off one of the features that it added in later years to try to make the service more ubiquitous, especially among roaming users: on March 31, the company is killing off its WiFi service, which let users buy Wi-Fi access in paid public hotspots for a fee typically smaller than the one charged by the hotspot owner. 642 kata lagi


AppleInsider reviews eero Wi-Fi: 'A solid option for Apple's outgoing AirPort'

”With the rumor that Apple is discontinuing Airport and Time Machine Wi-Fi products, it leaves some users looking for new solutions,” Lester Victor Marks writes for AppleInsider. 286 kata lagi


Capture Beacon Frames

Whenever we go outside to hangout with our friends or family either to restaurants or to any place checking for the available free WiFI access points is one the first thing which we do nowadays. 1.392 kata lagi


The Wireless World Of Health Harms

By Catherine J. Frompovich | Activist Post

January 30, 2017, Olga Sheean presented an opus-like, 57-page report “Setting the standard for a wireless world of harm,” a call for action and accountability [1] to the United Nations for whom she worked at one time until, unfortunately, she became electromagnetically hypersensitive (EHS).  1.121 kata lagi