Aug 192011

Light bulb WLAN

How: The LVX system puts clusters of its , or LEDs, in a standard-sized light fixture. The LEDs transmit coded messages – as a series of 1s and 0s in computer speak – to special modems attached to computers.

Speed: German scientists at Berlin’s Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications have succeeded in using regular red, blue, green and white LED light bulbs as the basis for building a 800Mbps capable ultrafast Wireless Local Area Network.

Application: The line-of-site networking wont actually replace your standard Cat 5 line or WiFi router, but it could find a home in places like hospitals where radio-based wireless technology can cause problems for sensitive equipment.

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Mar 252011

Ever lose your phone and it was on silent? Fear that your phone will someday get stolen never to be found? Fear that your stolen phone has confidential images on your SD Card?

Then, Find My Phone is exactly what you need. It’s a simple free app that helps you locate your phone just by texting a code to your number. Your phone will start ringing at the loudest volume possible (even if you left it on silent) and a Google Maps link to its location will be sent to you . Click Here to download the app.
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