ethernet cable

ethernet cable

Elton John's phantom fingers: the remote presence piano show of your dreams

Nikon WT-5 WiFi dongle wins FCC approval, fires off a ring of D4s to celebrate

www.engadget.com
Okay, so Bullet Time actually used Canon DSLRs, but Nikon D4 owners should soon have their own means of messing with space and time. The WT-5 dongle can control up to ten of the mammoth DSLRs simultaneously or, in more usual set-ups, allow a single camera to share its...
Nikon WT-5 WiFi dongle wins FCC approval, fires off a ring of D4s to celebrate

DIY hack uses Google Calendar to automate home heating system (video)

www.engadget.com
Sure, Google Calendar is helpful, but ultimately it's on you to get yourself to that meeting. Wouldn't it be nice if the utility could handle some of the to-do list itself? Hack A Day scoped out an example of it doing just that, after a home owner named Shane...
DIY hack uses Google Calendar to automate home heating system (video)

Got a new Roku? Here are five tips to get the most out of your gift

gigaom.com
New Roku owners: Get the best picture quality possible, watch YouTube videos, stream photos straight from your mobile phone and access lots of unofficial content sources (naughty and nice) with our five essential Roku tips: Optimize your home network Got a Roku 2 XS? Then make use of that Ethernet...
Got a new Roku? Here are five tips to get the most out of your gift

Google Drive Now Has 10 Million Users: Available On iOS and Chrome OS, Offline Editing In Docs

techcrunch.com
Google has just announced over 10 million users that have signed into Google Drive, Google’s new cloud-syncing storage platform. The product only launched in April of this year, so this is quite the milestone. Clay Bevor, director of product management for Google Apps made the announcement, also mentioning that Google...
Google Drive Now Has 10 Million Users: Available On iOS and Chrome OS, Offline Editing In Docs

Alienware laptops to use Killer Wireless-N 1202 WiFi cards, guarantee a few frags at the coffee shop

www.engadget.com
You might recall that Killer Technology launched the Killer Wireless-N 1202 card as a bit of an orphan: without an immediate laptop partner or an aftermarket reseller, it wasn't clear how and when gamers would get their hands on the low-lag WiFi add-on. Alienware is stepping up and making...
Alienware laptops to use Killer Wireless-N 1202 WiFi cards, guarantee a few frags at the coffee shop

Accessory Manufacturer Claims 15-Inch MacBook Air Coming in April

www.macrumors.com
Electricpig reports that it has heard from a Mac accessory manufacturer that Apple is planning to launch a 15-inch MacBook Air as soon as April.And what is coming? If you take our source’s word for it, a 15-inch MacBook Air with ports on both sides, no optical drive and no...
Accessory Manufacturer Claims 15-Inch MacBook Air Coming in April
Google Docs with offline editing available today
Hands on: adding AirPrint to your home network with xPrintServer

Print from Your iOS Device to Any Printer with Lantronix xPrintServer

the-gadgeteer.com
The xPrintServer “leverages Lantronix‘ patented technologies, along with open industry standards to enable wireless printing to nearly any printer attached to a network.”  You won’t be limited to only certain models from certain manufacturers, and you won’t have to buy any apps on your iPhone or iPad to print.  You...
Print from Your iOS Device to Any Printer with Lantronix xPrintServer
Vizio debuts $99 Google TV puck with some bite

BskyB officially rolls out its on-demand Anytime+ service to all broadband users

thenextweb.com
We reported back in January that BSkyB (Sky) was reeling in BBC iPlayer and ITV Player to Sky Anytime+, its video-on-demand (VoD) service. At the same time, however, it also announced that this VoD offering would also be extended beyond those without Sky Broadband, opening it up to 5m more...
BskyB officially rolls out its on-demand Anytime+ service to all broadband users

Google Fiber Is Up And Running. Fast

www.fastcompany.com
If you want 700 Mbps broadband, then it's time to relocate to Kansas City. Google Fiber* is go. The switch was flipped on project yesterday, and the download speeds make a bat out of hell look tardy, according to one Kansas City resident. "We just got it today and...
Google Fiber Is Up And Running. Fast

Find My Mac both useful and frustrating for law enforcement

www.pcworld.com
Find My Mac can be used to show the location of a stolen Mac, but the service often does not provide enough evidence to obtain a search warrant and get the stolen device back to its rightful owner, the Dutch police said on Monday.Find My Mac is a free...
Find My Mac both useful and frustrating for law enforcement

Cisco's Wireless Unit Shifts Emphasis to 'Mobility'

www.pcworld.com
The change, not only for Cisco but its rivals, reflects the fact that mobile workers are no longer focused simply on replacing an Ethernet cable with a Wi-Fi signal and being able to carry their corporate laptop to the conference room....
Cisco's Wireless Unit Shifts Emphasis to 'Mobility'

BBC iPlayer comes to Sky+, Hell reports incoming frost

www.engadget.com
The BBC and Sky may represent polar, warring opposites of the broadcasting business, but that doesn't mean their technology platforms can't get along. Following a promise made all the way back in January, internet-connected Sky+HD boxes will be able to access BBC iPlayer from today. The service has been...
BBC iPlayer comes to Sky+, Hell reports incoming frost

Ceton Echo review: Extend Windows Media Center from your PC to your TV

www.pcworld.com
The universe of Windows Media Center Extenders--a class of networking hardware that enables you to connect the PC in your den to the TV in your living room--rapidly shrunk to just one device after Microsoft rendered its Xbox gaming console capable of the trick. Now Ceton is trying to...
Ceton Echo review: Extend Windows Media Center from your PC to your TV
Smart Charging Stations For Electric Cars Could Be Easy To Hack
Digital-only gaming prepares for primetime despite the US' horrible Internet connections

How I ditched the security risks and lived without Java, Reader, and Flash

www.pcworld.com
Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader, and Oracle's Java. All three are virtually ubiquitous on modern-day PCs, and all three provide handy-dandy functionality--functionality that, in the case of Flash and Java, can't be directly reproduced by a third-party solution. If we lived in a vacuum, it would be hard to argue...
How I ditched the security risks and lived without Java, Reader, and Flash

A system software update is required

elliotth.blogspot.com
I turned the PS3 on this evening, for the first time in months. I wanted to try the Heavy Rain demo. My PS3 didn't want to play with me:A system software update is required.Go to [Settings] > [System Update] and perform the update. o BackEvery other system I use tries...
A system software update is required

HP T410 thin-client uses Ethernet for data and power

www.electronista.com
HP has teamed up with 3M to release the T410 One Wire PC. Aimed at enterprise and education, the all-in one thin client computer uses an Ethernet cable for both networking and drawing power, removing the dedicated power cable from the system.......
HP T410 thin-client uses Ethernet for data and power

5 Lessons Learned By A Guy Who Quit The Internet For A Year

www.businessinsider.com
Paul Miller recently came back online after quitting the Internet for a full year. About a year ago, Miller was convinced that the Internet was making him unproductive, and even corrupting his soul.  "My goal, as a technology writer, would be to discover what the Internet had done to me...
5 Lessons Learned By A Guy Who Quit The Internet For A Year

Ethernet Cable Hack Extends Your Flash Sync Cord [DIY]

www.howtogeek.com
If you’re looking for a quick, dirty, and cheap way to extend your camera’s flash-sync cord, this tutorial shows you how to splice it to an Ethernet cable for easy length customization. Flash sync cables are usually rather short and lengthy cables are obscenely expensive for what they are (often...
Ethernet Cable Hack Extends Your Flash Sync Cord [DIY]

Synology DS213air review: Wireless feature doesn't add enough value

www.pcworld.com
The $300 Synology DS213air is a decent two-bay NAS box whose main claim to fame is its ability to perform as an 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi access point. The unit streams media quite well; however, its name is a bit misleading in that the DS213air has more in common with...
Synology DS213air review: Wireless feature doesn't add enough value

This Is The Blog Post Everyone Is Passing Around To Explain Why Cisco Just Spent $1.2 Billion (CSCO)

www.businessinsider.com
Cisco bought a wifi startup called Meraki for $1.2 billion. Here's the blog post everyone is passing around to explain how that happened. It's from Doug Leone, who got his VC firm, Sequoia Capital, to invest in Meraki: Quick: when was the last time you plugged in an Ethernet cable? If...
This Is The Blog Post Everyone Is Passing Around To Explain Why Cisco Just Spent $1.2 Billion (CSCO)

The End Of Cables

parislemon.com
The End Of Cables: The Economist on the forthcoming rise in use of the 60-gigahertz band for wireless connections: What about that old network fixture, the Ethernet cable? Though typically used for transferring files around local-area networks at a humble one gigabit a second, Ethernet has the potential to go...
The End Of Cables

IEEE group to study Gigabit Ethernet cable for cars

www.computerworld.com
Ethernet has gained speed many times, and now it may be about to lose weight....
IEEE group to study Gigabit Ethernet cable for cars

Seagate shows off Wireless Plus, Central, and Backup Plus external storage at CES 2013

9to5mac.com
Seagate Technology is showcasing its portfolio of storage solutions at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, which includes the Wireless Plus, Central, and Backup Plus. Seagate’s Wireless Plus offers mobile storage for smart devices without wires or the Web, and it can connect up to eight mobile devices over its own Wi-Fi network....
Seagate shows off Wireless Plus, Central, and Backup Plus external storage at CES 2013

Ceton's $179 Echo Windows Media Center Extender is ready to go on sale 'around Thanksgiving'

www.engadget.com
Windows Media Center users still in shock over the indefinite hold placed on Ceton's Q DVR / Blu-ray player finally have some good news, as the company has officially revealed the details of the Echo extender. Now ready to go on sale around Thanksgiving, the Echo Windows Media Center...
Ceton's $179 Echo Windows Media Center Extender is ready to go on sale 'around Thanksgiving'
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?