It’s the last episode of 65bits for 2011! So how has 2011 been for pirated movies? And what does 2012 have in store for us? Find out on this episode of 65bits, your 6 and a half minute tech news round up. Happy new year every one!
This is the simplest device I have used all year. Just connect it to wall power plug and run the installation software. The simplest task is choosing which network the Extender will connect and amplify.
The Linksys RE1000 Wireless-N Range Extender comes with 2 x 2 antennas. One antenna to Send & Receive signal from the main wireless router you want to extend, while the other antenna, amplifies the signal further.
This will definitely go a long way to help cover the dead spots in your home, areas that the wireless signal range from your main wireless router, that are not able to reach.
In this episode, Jerrick is back with a record breaking 9 news stories. Which range from Mozilla and Google staying BFFs, really big and beautiful screens as well as the possible end of the Internet? In your penultimate episode to the year, we bring you a big dose of tech with a dash of sweetness.
We have the opportunity to review the Sony Nex 7. This is the First Looks, which will be followed by upcoming special video reviews with photographic professionals(that will be a surprise!). Read more..
It’s the end of the year, and everyone’s talking about the new Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Out with the old and in with the new, right? CES agrees as Microsoft will no longer keynote at CES after 2012. It’s a few more days until 2012, folks.
Here’s your delayed 6 and a half minutes of tech news. While Google updates Google+ and launches a CDMA version of their Galaxy Nexus, HTC gets sued by Apple and MIT opens up it courses to the entire world. Sony launches the Playstation Vita in Japan, but in Singapore, we’re still looking for the missing JooJoo..