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Tag Archives: WiFi

Amsterdam ArenA — A case study of wide-area wifi done properly, and how it can be done in Australia

Before leaving the Netherlands last week, we toured Amsterdam ArenA (and yes, that capitalisation is the brand), a relatively new stadium built by a public/private partnership just outside of Amsterdam. This stadium is interesting, not because of the club it hosts (Ajax, pronounced A-yax, is one of the Netherlands’ most popular …

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Grab Lollipop for your 2012 Nexus 7 now

Sick of seeing your mates with their new devices with Lollipop on, or seeing their developer previews on Nexus 5, Nexus 7 etc while your ageing Nexus 7 (2012) is still chugging along with Kitkat? Despair no longer, Android Police have posted a couple of links for downloading what appears …

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WiFi Tether to be a part of Froyo

According to a recent post by TechCrunch, Android Froyo (2.2) will have WiFi Tethering included as a part of the actual OS instead of being an usually “hacked” extra. The Tether allows you to set an SSID (Network name) as well as secure the network with WEP or WPA. It …

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