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  • jkabtech 4:53 am on November 6, 2019 Permalink |
    Tags: D-Link, , modems, , wireless   

    D-Link wireless modems found to leak passwords 

    D-Link DSL-2877AL “Widely available in Australia”.

    Trustwave’s Spiderlabs has uncovered credential leaking vulnerabilities in D-Link wireless ADSL2

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  • jkabtech 4:53 am on October 29, 2019 Permalink |
    Tags: , develops, , longer-range, , wireless   

    Amazon develops longer-range wireless network for IoT devices 

    Takes fight to bluetooth, wi-fi protocols. Amazon said on Wednesday it is developing a longer-range equivalent to Bluetooth and wi-fi wireless protocols that the largest US online retailer hopes third parties will eventually use in smart devices.The Amazon Sidewalk, announced alongside a new range of Echo speakers and a multilingual …

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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on April 19, 2018 Permalink |
    Tags: , , , Keypad, , , Numeric, Wired, wireless   

    Apple Launches Wireless Magic Keyboard With Numeric Keypad, Discontinues Wired One 

    Highlights The new wireless keyboard costs $130 Apple has replaced the standard wired keyboard with new one There is a numeric keypad on the new Magic Keyboard

    Soon after the WWDC 2017 keynote event, Apple refreshed its Apple Store website to reflect all the new offerings it announced at the San Jose McEnery Convention Centre. While most of the products announced are now listed, one other accessory that not mentioned at the WWDC event, was also spotted.

    The new wireless Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad is listed on the Apple Store to buy for a price of $130 (roughly Rs.8,700). The company has also removed the standard wired Magic Keyboard (with or without Numeric Keypad), making the cheapest Mac keyboard you can buy from Apple the wireless Magic Keyboard at $99 (roughly Rs. 6,300).

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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on April 13, 2018 Permalink |
    Tags: Charging, , , Introduces, , Mousepad, wireless,   

    Logitech Introduces World’s First Wireless Charging Mousepad, Two New Gaming Mice 

    Highlights Powerplay mousepad will continually charge your wireless mouse Logitech G903 and G703 wireless gaming mouse also announced Powerplay is will cost around $100 (roughly Rs. 6,433)

    While we’ve been distracted by the benefits of wireless charging technology for smartphones, Logitech has found a very practical use for it in the form of a mousepad. The Logitech G Powerplay is the world’s first wireless charging system for gaming mice, which is being launched alongside two new flagship gaming mice Logitech G903 and G703. The Logitech Powerplay is priced around $100 (roughly Rs. 6,433) and will be available some time in August, while the Logitech G903 and G703 wireless gaming mice are priced at $150 (roughly Rs. 9,650) and $100, respectively and will be available in June. India pricing and availability are yet to be known.

    Logitech G, a brand of Logitech, says that Powerplay is a departure from existing wireless charging standards and is designed to deliver uninterrupted charging over surface of the mousepad, which essentially means your wireless mouse will constantly be charged when in use. The wireless charging system uses an application of electromagnetic resonance that creates an energy field on the surface of the 275x320mm mousepad. Notably, the company also says that this will not hamper or cause any interference with the mouse’s functionality.

    “For decades, we’ve pioneered development in wireless gaming, and our new Powerplay and Lightspeed wireless technologies continue this commitment to wireless superiority,” said Ujesh Desai, vice president and general manager of Logitech G. “With Powerplay, Lightspeed and our new G903 and G703 mice, you’ll get unbeatable precision, lag-free performance and infinite power, which gives gamers the highest-quality experience.”

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on March 1, 2018 Permalink |
    Tags: 'Kiss', , , , , , wireless   

    Samsung, Foxconn, Intel Back New ‘Kiss’ Wireless Data Transfer Technology 

    A startup backed by Tony Fadell, one of the fathers of the Apple iPod, plans to announce Wednesday it is working with Samsung Electronics, Foxconn parent Hon Hai Precision Industry and others on a new way for mobile phones to transfer large amounts of data without using wires or Wi-Fi connections.

    Chief Executive Eric Almgren said his Campbell, California-based company called Keyssa has raised more than $100 million from Fadell and the venture arms of Samsung and Intel, among others. The company’s “kiss” technology allows two computing devices to be held near each other and transfer large files such as movies in just a few seconds.

    The goal is to remove the need for cumbersome and bulky cable connectors inside devices like phones and laptops, which are growing ever-lighter and thinner. If Keyssa is successful, the wireless data transfer technique could eventually be available in a wide range of devices.

    Keyssa announced last October, together with Intel, that it had come up with a design that could be embedded in so-called two-in-one laptops which feature detachable touch-screens.

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on October 30, 2017 Permalink |
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    Western Digital My Cloud Home Personal Cloud Storage Wireless Drives Launched 

    Highlights Western Digital has launched a new My Cloud Home storage solution It can even stream videos, movies on smart televisions The My Cloud Home drives come with a starting price of $159.99

    Data storage solution company, Western Digital has launched a new wireless cloud storage drive, My Cloud Home. The Western Digital My Cloud Home NAS storage drives breaks the design monotony of cloud server storage drives, and comes with a makeover exhibiting a slimmer look and angular pattern laid across the lower half of the front panel. The drive can access data from up to 14 different devices, in addition to user’s social media accounts and cloud services. It will be exclusively sold on BestBuy in the US at a starting price of $159.99 (roughly Rs. 10,240) for the 2TB storage variant, and it will only be sold select partners outside the US.

    The WD My Cloud Home NAS drives aggregate all the photos, videos, music, files, and other data from a number of sources like smartphones, computers, USB disks, cloud services, and social media accounts in one place. The entire contents can also be shared with family and friends on accessible devices with an Internet connection with the use of My Cloud Home app. Moreover, the app can also be used to stream content on a smart television using the Plex app.

    As for the pricing, the Western Digital My Cloud Home’s other storage variants cost $179.99 (roughly Rs. 11,520) for 3TB; $199.99 (roughly Rs. 12,800) for 4TB; $259.99 (roughly Rs. 16,700) for 6TB, and $319.99 (roughly Rs. 20,470) for 8TB. They all come with a two-year limited warranty.

    “Consumers seek a way to effortlessly consolidate their growing mounds of photos, videos and other files with a solution flexible enough to accommodate content from all of today’s devices – from smartphones to computers and from drones to social sites,” said Jim Welsh, senior vice president, Client Solutions, Western Digital. “Enabling consumers and professionals to master their digital lives from anywhere in the world is a priority for Western Digital.”

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    Tags: Western Digital, Western Digital My Cloud Home, My Cloud Home NAS Storage Drive, PC, Laptops

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on September 27, 2017 Permalink |
    Tags: , , , , wireless   

    NBN Co hits 1Gbps+ speeds in fixed wireless trials 

    Expands footprint by 100,000.

    NBN Co has demonstrated that it can push peak broadband download speeds on its fixed wireless network from 50Mbps to over 1Gbps.

    The company has been conducting a trial of the technology at a site in Ballarat; the same location from which it announced plans to accelerate peak speeds on its fixed wireless network from 50Mbps to 100Mbps.

    NBN Co achieved maximum peak speeds of 1.1Gbps/165Mbps in the trial. It also demonstrated that intermediate speeds of 400/55Mbps and 250/50Mbps were possible.

    The 1Gbps

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  • jkabtech 6:08 am on July 11, 2017 Permalink |
    Tags: , , , , wireless   

    NBN Co hits 1Gbps+ speeds in fixed wireless trials 

    Expands footprint by 100,000.

    NBN Co has demonstrated that it can push peak broadband download speeds on its fixed wireless network from 50Mbps to over 1Gbps.

    The company has been conducting a trial of the technology at a site in Ballarat; the same location from which it announced plans to accelerate peak speeds on its fixed wireless network from 50Mbps to 100Mbps.

    NBN Co achieved maximum peak speeds of 1.1Gbps/165Mbps in the trial. It also demonstrated that intermediate speeds of 400/55Mbps and 250/50Mbps were possible.

    The 1Gbps

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