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New Linksys Wireless Range Extenders Boost Wi-Fi Signal And Help Eliminate Dead Spots

New Linksys RE6500 Range Extender features Wi-Fi Bridge, Gigabit Ports and an Audio Jack for streaming music wirelessly from a stereo system or speakerRushden Linksys®, a leading brand in wireless networking, today announced its new lineup of Linksys Wi-Fi Range Extenders. Consumers often experience a weak wireless signal in some … Continue reading

How AI could help improve the education enrollment process

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GUEST: Education is one of the domains where artificial intelligence is showing great promise. But while most efforts have focused on augmenting and enhancing the learning experience, challenges remain in the registration and enrollment domains. Students and learners often struggle to find their way to the right courses and classes, … Continue reading

Now there’s an Alexa skill to help out Raspberry Pi tinkerers

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Alexa is constantly getting new functionality via third-party skills, and a fresh one will likely be of interest to Raspberry Pi owners, as it allows for clarifying certain details while working with the compact computer board. The idea of the Pi Spy skill is that you can ask Alexa about … Continue reading

Blockchain Technologies Could Help You Profit from Green Energy

Imagine buying a solar panel from a hardware store, mounting it on your roof, then selling the green electricity you produce at a price you set. Is this even possible? Some companies certainly think so. These startups are harnessing the power of blockchains to democratize green power. Before you can … Continue reading

Virtual Reality Can Help Convict Nazi War Criminals

During World War II, Reinhold Hanning served as a guard at the Auschwitz concentration camp where more than 1.1 million people were killed by Nazi Germany. More than 70 years later, a virtual recreation of Auschwitz helped German prosecutors convict Hanning of being an accessory to the murder of 170,000 people. Now a new … Continue reading