Bluetooth 5 Has Wonderful Surprises in Store
Dec26

Bluetooth 5 Has Wonderful Surprises in Store

Bluetooth has been around since the mid-1990s. Its popularity rests in the fact that it operates on low power, and is both easy to use and inexpensive. The newest in the line is Bluetooth 5. It is a wireless technology that lives in the airwaves like cellular, Wi-Fi, and NFC. The name Bluetooth comes from the 10thcentury Danish King Harald Blåtand, which is Bluetooth in English. King Blåtand united warring factions in parts of what...

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New Google Hardware Makes a Splash this Season
Dec15

New Google Hardware Makes a Splash this Season

Google’ New Assistant CEO Sundar Pichai kicked off the new Google hardware launch with the promise of a Google Assistant that can handle a two-way conversation and which would become a unique Google Assistant for each user. He promoted the Google Assistant’s AI interface as the current big shift in technology, equal to the PC of the 1980’s, the introduction of the web in the 90’s, and the Mobile computing breakthrough in the mid...

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Google OnHub Router of the Future
Jun30

Google OnHub Router of the Future

I never thought that I would get excited about a router, but Google’s OnHub wireless router has changed my mind. The Asus SRT-AC1900 OnHub that I received is a dual-band 802.11ac MIMO Wi-Fi router with speeds up to 1900 Mbps. This might sound like a normal high-end router, but the OnHub is not your average router. It looks nothing like the normal rectangular router with lights, ports, and pointed antennas. Instead it is a black...

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Testing the Security of Your Website – Part 3
Nov05

Testing the Security of Your Website – Part 3

On this part of our “Testing the Security of Your Website” series, we will cover data manipulation and SQL injections.

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Testing the Security of Your Website – Part 2
Oct24

Testing the Security of Your Website – Part 2

On this part of our “Testing the Security of Your Website” series, we will cover emails, contact forms, and security through obscurity.

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Testing the Security of Your Website – Part 1
Oct21

Testing the Security of Your Website – Part 1

Do you own a website, blog, or forum? Learn how to audit its security in order to prevent bad guys from exploiting it. In this part, we will cover some basic information and procedures.

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How the VDSL Connection Works
Sep17

How the VDSL Connection Works

VDSL is another very popular type of DSL Internet connection, used by networks such as AT&T’s U-verse in the U.S. Let’s see how it works.

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How the ADSL Connection Works
Sep12

How the ADSL Connection Works

In this tutorial, we will teach you how the ADSL (more commonly known simply as “DSL” in the U.S.) connection works, including the latest ADSL2 and ADSL2+ technologies.

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How the Cable TV is Used for Internet Access
Sep10

How the Cable TV is Used for Internet Access

Learn how the Internet connection using the cable TV works.

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Migrating to Apache 2.4
May28

Migrating to Apache 2.4

In this tutorial we will explain everything you need to know to migrate from previous versions of the Apache webserver to the new 2.4 series.

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