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Apple Acknowledges, Prepares to Patch iPad Wi-Fi Bug

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It's never easy being an early adopter of first generation hardware, but for a select group of iPad owners, an irritating Wi-Fi bug has put a damper on the fun of using the latest touch-based mobile computing gadget from Apple. Shortly after its official launch, a number of iPad owners...
Apple Acknowledges, Prepares to Patch iPad Wi-Fi Bug

In pictures: AirPort Utility 6.0's missing features

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Apple's new AirPort Utility 6.0 for OS X was released yesterday, bringing over the slick UI from its pre-existing iOS version -- but as my colleague Chris reported, it also removes access to a number of features in the process. At the same time, Apple are still hosting downloads...
In pictures: AirPort Utility 6.0's missing features
How I cracked my neighbor's WiFi password without breaking a sweat
Did antibiotics spur the sexual revolution?

Why connecting to a Wi-Fi hotspot is about to get easier

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In the near future, getting your smartphone, tablet or laptop connected to a Wi-Fi hotspot won’t be an exercise in frustration or require annoying pop-up log-in screens. The Wi-Fi Alliance will begin to certify wireless devices for its industry-wide Passpoint initiative this July. With devices using the Passpoint standard, users...
Why connecting to a Wi-Fi hotspot is about to get easier

D-Link's diminutive DAP-1320 wireless range extender arrives, looks to enhance your home network for $50

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Looking to beef up that home network ahead of all of those holiday gadgets arriving? If so D-Link is looking to oblige with its ultra-compact DAP-1320 wireless range extender. The unit features push-button connectivity for easy setup, wireless N technology and multiple antennas that keep the speed and range...
D-Link's diminutive DAP-1320 wireless range extender arrives, looks to enhance your home network for $50

The sheer terror of syphilis (as seen in 1930s posters)

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A new hypothesis from economist Andrew Francis argues that the terror of syphilis was so great among US residents that the sexual revolution of the 1960s simply wasn't possible without getting the dreaded disease under control first. In his view, the development of effective treatments—most notably, penicillin—had a more...
The sheer terror of syphilis (as seen in 1930s posters)
Nintendo proves it doesn't "get" the Web with the Wii Mini

Video: How to secure your home Wi-Fi network

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Is your Wi-Fi network at home secure? There's a good reason it should be. Unsecure networks allow neighbors or anyone within range to use your Internet connection. That will slow it down, make you more vulnerable to hacking or, even worse, have your connection used for illegal activity. In...
Video: How to secure your home Wi-Fi network

RT @openculture "@brainpicker takes a good look at the artistic legacy left by the WPA of the New Deal Era: http://cultr.me/dctrA7"

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RT @openculture "@brainpicker takes a good look at the artistic legacy left by the WPA of the New Deal Era: http://cultr.me/dctrA7"

Apple's new suggestions for iPad Wi-Fi bug: use WPA/WPA2, adjust screen brightness or turn Wi-Fi off /back on - http://bit.ly/dfwP6f

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Apple's new suggestions for iPad Wi-Fi bug: use WPA/WPA2, adjust screen brightness or turn Wi-Fi off /back on - http://bit.ly/dfwP6f

changed from WPA2 to WPA personal as per this post, http://bit.ly/9eZky7. Hopefully that'll fix Snow Leopard's wifi issues

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changed from WPA2 to WPA personal as per this post, http://bit.ly/9eZky7. Hopefully that'll fix Snow Leopard's wifi issues
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