Tag Archive: Wireless

Oct 26 2008

Verizon Wireless Changed Their Security Policies

However, recently Verizon changed their security polices making it so the only person set to be account manager is the account owner. Luckily they unlocked my online account for me so that I could still do things online, but to do any other tasks, I would need to have my own account.

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Sep 29 2008

Comstar Completes First WiMAX Network In Armenia

Back in July, Armenia completed a WiMAX network that was carried out by Comstar The 3.6-3.8 GHz frequency range was allocated for the network on the territory of 9 regions of the Republic of Armenia.

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Dec 11 2006

YouTube Videos for Verizon Customers

An arrangement has been made with with YouTube and Verizon Wireless that VCast Subscribers will be able to watch a limited section of YouTube videos and be allowed to upload videos from Verizon Cellphones.

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Apr 07 2006

RFID in TV

In some places they have a notice that the place is monitered and recorded, soon they will need to have a notice saying, “This building is monitered by RFID Active Readers”….think about it Entertainment, hackers, Numb3rs, Numbers, PDA, Radio Frequency Identification Tags, RFID, RFID killers, RFID tags, technology, TV, Wireless

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Feb 23 2006

College Wi-fi Cancer?

TORONTO, Ontario (Reuters) — A small Canadian university has ruled out campus-wide wireless Internet access because its president fears the system’s electromagnetic forces could pose a risk to students’ health. If they somehow figure that the wireless does cause cancer, every University will see major problems with students outraged from no wireless.

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