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Comment: Skyjack only works for WiFi drones! (Score 4, Informative) 161

by cciRRus (#45590327) Attached to: How To Hijack a Drone For $400 In Less Than an Hour
While pro-grade multicopters like those to be deployed by Amazon operate at 2.4GHz, they do not use WiFi as their radio system! Typically, these multicopters are fitted radio systems such as Futaba, JR, Spektrum or 9X, and therefore Skyjack will not be able to take them down.

Comment: Limited Android Market (Score 1) 278

by cciRRus (#38279608) Attached to: Sub-$100 Android 4.0 Tablet Coming Soon
Not only that the price is expensive after factoring in the shipping charges, this tablet is MIPS-based, so it will have a very limited Android Market. Take note!

The tablet to get is actually Ainol Novo 7 Advanced, not the Novo 7 Basic stated in the article. The 7A has a much better hardware. It is widely believed that the Novo7A will get ICS real soon as there are videos of it running ICS circulating in the chinese forums.

Comment: TP-Link WR1043ND (Score 1) 334

by cciRRus (#38234180) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Best Flash-Friendly Router To Replace Aging WRT54GS?
I have this cool router and I must say, it's really the best deal out there! I paid peanuts for this router. What I truly love about it is that it has a USB port. After installing OpenWRT and the required packages, I turned this router into a mini home server. The USB port allowed me to connect a flash storage device which acts as data storage as well as swap for the router.

By the way, avoid trying DD-WRT on this router. It is unpolished.

+ - PS3 Network Outage Ongoing->

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jflo writes ""As you may be aware, Sony's PlayStation Network is down in the dumps. To make matters worse, there is no clear timetable as to when the service will be back online, which is causing great frustration in the gamer community. The timing couldn't be any worse as the weekend approaches. "

Perhaps Sony needs Captain Janway from Voyager to fight them into following the prime directive of gamers, so we don't have go through this much longer."

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