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How to AirPrint to a printer without being connected to a network | iMore
Need to print something but have no network? Here's a solution!
At the moment, I'm stuck using my cellphone's internet access as my personal hotspot for my various devices. Since my data plan has a data cap, I try to limit how long my laptop is connected to the internet. As much as I'm in a digital world, I still must print out various forms and documents on a weekly basis.
So what is one to do when you need access to a printer with no network? If your printer is AirPrint-compatible, you may be in luck!

How to connect to your printer hotspot with your iPhone or iPad
How to connect to your printer hotspot on your Mac
The art of networking without networking
Many AirPrint-capable printers have built-in wireless network adapters to connect to your Wi-Fi network. But did you know that many AirPrint capable printers will also create a "hotspot" for your devices to connect to? If you're stuck in a network-less zone, you can still print as needed depending on the situation. My HP LaserJet Pro 200 color Printer M251nw is one such printer that will allow you to connect to it via it's Wi-Fi hotspot, provide a DHCP address to your device, and allow you to AirPrint away.
printing  wireless  airprint  howto  ios  mac 
yesterday by rgl7194
The best wireless bluetooth headphones for running and working out | Ars Technica
We tested close to 20 workout headphones to see if any pair is worth buying.
Even as Bluetooth headphones continue to skyrocket in popularity, the state of wireless exercise headphones remains a bit hairy. Though the benefits of Bluetooth seem perfectly suited for the gym, and while there’s no shortage of demand for an uncompromised set of wireless workout headphones, the ideal pair always appears to be just out of reach.
I say this because I’ve spent the past few weeks searching for one pair of workout headphones I could unequivocally recommend to anyone. I called in 18 separate pairs for testing. I then put each one through a variety of workouts, from jogs to burpees to basketball games, to ensure they’d stay in place and not short-circuit when I sweat all over them.
wireless  bluetooth  headphones  comparo  exercise 
yesterday by rgl7194
The Best Wireless Earbuds: Wirecutter Reviews | A New York Times Company
After putting 25 models through more than 30 hours of testing by our expert listening panel, we’ve chosen the Phiaton BT 100 NC as the best Bluetooth earbuds for most people. Music sounds fantastic, calls are clear to both you and your caller, and the fit is comfortable. Plus, this pair is a fantastic value, with better performance and features than headphones that cost twice as much.
Last updated: November 13, 2017
We tested nine more pairs of Bluetooth earbuds and are still confident that the Phiaton BT 100 NC is your best bet.
Our pick
Phiaton BT 100 NC
The best Bluetooth earbuds
Fantastic sound, decent noise cancelling, and great for phone calls: The Phiaton BT 100 NC will get you through a busy day.
$56* from Amazon
*At the time of publishing, the price was $60.
The battery life on the BT 100 NC is about 7.5 to 12 hours depending on use, but these earbuds also function while charging—a feature that can be very helpful on cross-country flights or long workdays. If you need to connect to a non-Bluetooth source, the BT 100 NC functions in listen-only mode corded via an included ⅛-inch headphone jack. These headphones are water and sweat resistant, too, so if you get caught in the rain or perspire on a hot day, you won’t need to worry about them shorting out. That said, the collar can get in the way of vigorous workouts, so if you’re looking for your best bet for hitting the gym or going on a run, check out our guide to the best wireless exercise headphones.
wireless  bluetooth  headphones  wirecutter  comparo  review 
yesterday by rgl7194
Introducing Facebook's new terrestrial connectivity systems — Terragraph and Project ARIES | Engineering Blog | Facebook Code | Facebook
Terragraph is a 60 GHz, multi-node wireless system focused on bringing high-speed internet connectivity to dense urban areas. Utilizing commercial off-the-shelf components and leveraging the cloud for intensive data processing, the Terragraph system is optimized for high-volume, low-cost production.
networking  wireless  mimo 
yesterday by euler
VirtualHere - USB over IP (Remote USB Ports)
VirtualHere allows USB devices to be used remotely over a network just as if they were locally connected!

Traditionally USB devices needed to be plugged directly into your computer to be used. With VirtualHere this is no longer required, the network itself becomes the cable transmitting USB signals (also known as USB over IP, USB/IP, USB over WiFi, USB over Ethernet, USB Device Server).

The VirtualHere USB Server software runs on the Synology, QNAP, ASUSTOR, ReadyNAS and MyCloud NAS Devices, as well as Raspberry Pi, AMD64, x86, MIPS, ARM, PowerPC, ARM64 etc running ANY version of Linux, and now runs on OSX, Android and Windows. Also, now available on the Steam Link game system!
USB  Ethernet  wireless  printer  print-server  server  USB-over-IP 
yesterday by Tonti
Wireless News India
These days, wireless communications (including cellurar) is undergoing phenomenal changes, and the recent entry of reliance geo is an example.

The website offers up to date news and articles on wireless and satcom. Its an aggregation site with articles and news edited to focus on the current trends, and remove any duplication. The site also provides resource links for those interested in pursuing the topic further.
wireless  news  cellular  satcom  india  cell  towers  articles 
2 days ago by anandsoft
Just how fast is “faster wireless charging” in iOS 11.2? • BirchTree
Matt Birchler:
<p>iOS 11.2 is currently in beta, and will be released to all iPhone and iPad users in the coming weeks, and one of the key features for iPhone 8/8 Plus/X owners is accelerated wireless charging. Previously, all wireless charging was limited to 5W, but this update will raise that limit to 7.5W. That’s a 50% increase in power on paper, but I had to know what the real world difference was.

<img src="https://i1.wp.com/birchtree.me/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Screen-Shot-2017-11-14-at-9.58.52-PM.e813a609fd004564a55d8a29171204ad.png" width="100%" />

As you can see from the graph above, the difference between wireless charging on my “fast charge” Samsung charging pad was slight. There is definitely a difference here, and if you’re already using wireless charging (and your pad supports it), then this is an undeniable win. However, if you were hoping that this would make wireless charging catch up to wired then you’re going to be very disappointed…

…Wired charging remains the fastest way to charge the iPhone in 2017, and it’s not even close. It’s popular to hate on the charger in the box, butthe stock iPhone charger gets the iPhone 8 Plus to 79% in 2 hours (68% faster) and up to 21% at the 30 minute mark (91% faster). That’s a pretty striking difference, and if speed is of the essence, it’s a much better way to get topped up fast.</p>

Wonder if Apple's AirPower will do any better.
wireless  charging 
3 days ago by charlesarthur
LoRa Gateway for DeviceHive - Hackster.io
LoRa is a chirp spread spectrum (CSS) radio modulation technology which allows transmitting data over long distances with low power consumption. This technology is a perfect fit for communication with simple sensors across a local area like an industrial or agricultural zone. . DeviceHive has an out-of-the-box solution to deploy such gateways for your LoRa devices. Dragino LG01, the most widely spread and commercially available hardware for software gateway implementation, was chosen as a reference.
hackster.io  lora  lorawan  wireless  hub  project  iot  internetofthings 
4 days ago by cyberchucktx
RIFE Project
RIFE addresses the major societal challenge of providing affordable Internet access to those who cannot afford it by solving the technological challenge to increase the efficiency of the underlying transport networks and the involved architectures and protocols.
mesh.networks  Research  H2020  guifi  wireless  community.networks 
5 days ago by zeest

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