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5 Powerline Networking Devices Reviewed 153

Posted by timothy
from the floor-to-floor dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Most people who can't or won't hardwire for broadband have an obvious alternative: Wi-Fi. Unfortunately, there can be architectural anomalies between floors or even between rooms that can interfere with Wi-Fi signals, resulting in spotty, or even dead, signals. So what do you do? Well, you can try using a powerline device. Computerworld reviewer Bill O'Brien tests powerline units from Belkin, D-Link, Linksys, Netgear and Zyxel, and compares their performance to that of his wired and wireless setups."

Comment: Wired Article (Score 1) 620

by catenx (#24568313) Attached to: China to Build a Zero-Carbon Green City
From Wired Magazine Issue 15.05
"Pop-Up Cities: China Builds a Bright Green Metropolis"
http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/15.05/feat_popup.html

"Anywhere else in the world, it would have been a thought exercise, done up pretty for a design book or a museum show...These new megacities could evolve into sprawling, polluting megaslums. Or they could define a new species of world city. Unlike New York or London, they are blank slates - less affluent, perhaps, but also free from legacy designs and technologies tailored to the world of the 19th and 20th centuries."

We don't know one millionth of one percent about anything.

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