go here and sign up for YouTube HTML5 beta if you use Chrome or Safari. No more flash […]
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This is a very cool idea to replace our normal two outlet fixtures. Now all we need are […]
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As John Gruber so eloquently put it, the new DiggBar is crap. It violates the notion that the […]
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Apple TVs and TiVos that stream Netflix movies are putting the stress on wireless networks. Wireless is fine for most things, but when it comes to low latency streaming, even at 802.11n speeds, things can get a little rough.
While perusing the TivoCommunity.com website I discovered a cool little device: The Motorola NIM100.
These babies allow you to send ethernet packets over your existing cable tv wiring.