By Lizzie Wade After a century of studying their tangled mathematics, physicists can tie almost anything into knots, including their own shoelaces and invisible underwater whirlpools. At least, they can now thanks to a little help from a 3D printer and some inspiration from the animal kingdom. Physicists had long believed that a vortex could be twisted into a knot, even...
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Filed under: Investing Comcast's New Xfinity Wireless Gateway Powers the Nation's Fastest In-Home WiFi with Unmatched Speeds and Broadest Range Company Also Doubles Speeds Nationwide for Two Popular Speed Plans PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Comcast, the nation's largest Internet service provider, today announced the launch of its newest Xfinity Wireless Gateway that...
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Having your own wireless network when you're travelling can be essential, especially if you need to transform a hotel's complimentary wired connection into a wireless one for your tablet or smartphone, and the D-Link DIR-505 SharePort Mobile Companion is a device that can do just that. Like the TP-Link TL-WR702N Wireless N Nano Router, the D-Link DIR-505 is a small, portable...
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