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Lifehacker 101: Neural Networks And AI Explained

If you use Google’s Photos app, Microsoft’s Cortana, or Skype’s translation function, you’re using a form of artificial intelligence (AI) on a daily basis. AI was first dreamed up in the 1950s, but has only recently become a practical reality — all thanks to software systems called neural networks. This is how they work.


Despite FCC Rules, Linksys Will Keep Its Routers Open And Let You Hack Them

Back in 2015, the US FCC introduced new guidelines that looked like a threat to anyone wanting to hack and install open firmware on their routers. They backed off, but a lot of manufacturers are still locking their devices down, just in case. Linksys, the company announced last week, isn’t one of them.


Build Your Own Speedy Little Linux-Powered DIY Router

Building your own router might sound like a fools errand, but Ars Technica found that it was not only pretty simple, it also produced better results than most commercial options.


Hack Together A Way To Connect An iPad Or iPhone Over Ethernet

The iPhone and iPad have built-in Wi-Fi that works perfectly fine, but if for some reason you’d prefer an ethernet connection, blogger Jacob Salmela shows you how to do it.


How To Choose The Right Network For Your Business

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking an in-depth look at the essential software and hardware that every IT business needs. Today: networks.


How Cisco's Intercloud Links All The Clouds

The only thing we can be certain of is networks will only become more complex. One of the big challenges is more and more data is being created, stored, analysed and used on the edges of the network. And tat means lots of separate systems. Cisco expects the Intercloud to do for the cloud what the Internet did for networks.


Yourbrowser.is Shares Your Browser And Computer Info By Email

Basic information about your web browser is an important part of troubleshooting computer problems. Yourbrowser.is automatically gathers all the essential information about your browser in an easy-to-ready format.


How Etihad Stadium Used One Direction Fans To Stress Test Its Free Wi-Fi

Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium has just completed a major upgrade of its networking infrastructure. The best way to test how well that worked? Set a gaggle of teenage One Direction fans loose to use it.


Don't Use Personal Information In Your Wi-Fi Network Name

Routers often come with easy-to-guess passwords out of the box, which is why you always need to change the default settings. For the wireless network name, many people choose something easy to remember, like your name or your address. If you use that personal information for the network name, you might make a hacker’s job easier.


Fing Shows You All The Devices Connected To Your Network

Android/iOS: Fing shows you all of the devices on your network, down to the device type and manufacturer for each. Best of all, it puts all of that data in the palm of your hand.


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