Archive for WiFi router
The Cydia apps are being updated at such a great rate that it is easy to lose touch. New themes and apps are appearing that will make the experience better. Here is a list of all the apps that you could hope to have. Also added is a little description of each app.
It is a predecessor to tar. Tar is used by RPM.
It is a conversion tool. It converts compressed dmgs to HFS+.
It is a counterpart for a Java app. It is a faster native alternative to Java’s Jar.
It is a backend library. This app is for working with tar files.
It is a compression algorithm. This algorithm is the best there is.
It is a decompression tool. It decompresses files in rar format.
This is also a decompression tool. It decompresses files in zip format.
It is an easy archive format. This format is extensible.
It is the standard compression tool for Windows. It provides compatibility.
It is yet another compressing tool. It claims to be a good one.
It is for App Store’s WeDict. It is an add-on dictionary.
It is for translation. It translates German to English.
It is the basic dictionary. This is the universal one for iPhone and iPod Touch.
It provides etymology knowledge.
There is hot news now days that Samsung is going to release a Chrome OS netbook in this year. There are debates about this laptop and the Samsung’s own Phil Newton confirmed that there are a lot of debates about this Chrome OS netbook, as the report of Australia’s Channel News says. The laptop is excepted to be same as N210, and the other specifications are following here:
1. 10.1 inch screen
5. Flash Storage: 64 GB
6. Battery Life: 12 Hours
7. Processor: There is news that it will be Snapdragon 1.5GHz. but this is not confirmed as these gossips are not proved to be true by Phil.
Google map is web based mapping service which Google allows everyone to use, without any fee for non commercial use. Now, it is very helpful for tourists and everybody, wants to know the right path towards his destination.
In 2006, Google introduced their marvelous Java Application, known as Google Maps for Mobiles. And that application is eligible to run on any java based phone, many features which are introduced in the web based version are also included in it.
On 28th November, 2007, Google Maps for Mobile 2.0 version was released, that version introduced a feature through which anyone can see “My Location”, it was a GPS-like location service, but it doesn’t need a GPS receiver. The software appendage the information by the nearest wireless network and cell sites. Software looks up the location of cel cite with the help of database known as wireless network and cell sites. Wireless network location can be calculated by a method of discovering the nearby Wi-Fi hotspots, and then by using this it foster to the discovery of users exact location.
Although wireless networks are very useful, they can easily be impaired by several physical and networking issues, some of which can be easily resolved to provide more effective service.
As we all know, wireless networks rely on radio waves, thus the things which can disrupt over-the-air television, or radio reception can also cause problems with wireless.
Here are some troubleshooting tips to help you solve issues with your wireless networks.
1. First of all, change your physical location relevant to the router. The closer you are to it, the better, as the wireless signals get weaker with distance. However, it might be difficult to this when you are at a public hotspot, as it will be difficult to tell where the router is. In such cases, walk around the space you are in, watching your wireless signal meter and locate a spot where the signal is strong.
My neighbor works for a fortune 500 company. I don’t know what he does exactly but he got a 10mbps internet connection attached to his WiFi router. He is mostly not home till late in the evening. so all this bandwidth sits idle all day. such a waste!
I did try to connect to this router many times but it kept asking for a password. That son of gun must have it encrypted it. So what should I do, It is a sin to have a 10mbps wireless in range and not hack it. Its a sin. Too much for love thy neighbor..Let’s hack his Wi-Fi (For Educational Purpose of course )
And, by the way, I am his neighbor too… and he even won’t share his Wi-Fi with me.. what and A*s. He is more than welcome to use my 1Mbps DSL anytime. I have not put a password on it because I believe in sharing. Read More