Lifeline is a government benefit program that provides discounts on monthly telephone service for eligible low-income subscribers to help ensure they can connect to the nation's communications networks, find jobs, access health care services, connect with family and their children's schools, and call for help in an emergency. This benefit is available to people who receive government assistance such as SNAP/EBT (food stamps), SSI, Medicaid or National School Lunch Program.
Is your neighbor using your bandwith? Do other people have access to your wireless. The first step is to encrypt your signal... after that, hide it so they don't even know it's there.
Try this one. Especially those whose use wireless mouse. It boost the smoothness of your mouse movement. Note this is the first 'speed boost mousepad" on metacafe. Cheapest yet Effective
An Xbox 360 Wireless Controller modded with a 3V tiltBoard (available at adamthole****) and a switch that allows the user to switch between the tiltBoard and the analog stick for input.
Learn how to generate a complex WPA key to use in your wireless network.
CES Day 2: HD video, HD Distribution, and Wireless for all 5:27 1/8/06 We have interesting conversations with Sanyo on their 720p handheld cameracorder, talk a bit about BluRay, and end with Wireless services for everyone via mobile WiMax.
I was bored it home so thouht it would be nice to show off my wireless keyboard and mouse, while enjoying Akon's I wanna love you.
Tim Olmer uses a Hummer to give us a demo of a wireless sensor network. The demo is made as part of his graduation assignment at Working Tomorrow (www.workingtomorrow.nl), the graduation program of LogicaCMG (www.logicacmg.nl) in Holland.
Turn your mobile phone into a wireless conection to get internet anywhere in the world and learn how to make a satelitte dish with your phone
How do you kick people off of your wireless network? The best defense is a good offense.
*******live.pirillo****/ - Which one is better: a wired or wireless peripheral?
How to Improve your Wireless Network
The Belkin 802.11g Wireless Cable/DSL Gateway Router lets users share files and a broadband Internet connection among their computers-without using networking cables. It features 802.11g technology that makes accessing files and networked peripherals-such as hard drives, printers, CD-ROMs, and DVDs-easier than ever. 802.11g technology provides you with networking speeds nearly five times faster than the current Wi-Fi (802.11b) standard. An integrated, 4-port 10/100Base-T Ethernet switch also allows you to connect wired computers to the network. 802.11g protocol is the easiest wireless network to implement.