Wireless technology trades one cord for another

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As I add more cordless, smart and rechargeable stuff to my life, I’ve run more into a mundane but real issue: I still have too many cords to deal with when it’s time to charge them.  And there’s no good solution. Source: Toronto Star / Washington Post Date: May 18th, 2017 Link: https://www.thestar.com/business/tech_news/2017/05/08/wireless-technology-trades-one-cord-for-another-analysis.html Discussion 1) This is similar… Read more »

IPv6 celebrates its 20th birthday by reaching 10 percent deployment

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Description: According to Google’s statistics, on December 26, the world reached 9.98 percent IPv6 deployment, up from just under 6 percent a year earlier. Source: ars technica Date: January 3, 2016 Google measures IPv6 deployment by having a small fraction of their users execute a Javascript program that tests whether the computer in question can load… Read more »