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Once Portals become ubiquitous (hopefully sooner than later), they can talk to each other to avoid interference, and can
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This fractured FaceTime episode exposes three disturbing problems in our increasingly Wi-Fi dependent lives.
We recently played with three of the newer generation routers from Netgear, Linksys and D-Link and, although they all had one clear objective - - - to make wireless connections more accessible in larger homes and offices - - - each had one or two features to separate it from the pack.
The project is a part of the Big Bang Data tech exhibition, which opened May 9 and runs through October 26 at the Centre
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