Google Tracker 2015: Everything We Know Google Is Working On For The New Year | Ars Technica

Amped Wireless Extends Touch Screen Wi-Fi Line with AC Extender Solution

Nest and Dropcam have both succeeded in the smart home spacespecifically because they are standalone products, but Revolv is a whole other beast. It was an ecosystem product. To understand what Revolv was, we have to understand what a smart home hub is. Right now, in your house or office, you have a bunch of products that rely on wireless connectivity. They all have Wi-Fi chips, and you have a Wi-Fi router, which connects everything to everything else and gets all of itontothe Internet.
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After powering on the Extender, the user taps to scan for the Wi-Fi network they would like to extend, then selects that network from the list and setup is complete. The touch screen also allows the user to control many features of the Range Extender including the setup and management of Guest Networks, the Wi-Fi Access Schedule, User Access Controls, the strength of the Wi-Fi signal in Signal Coverage Controls and many other settings. Being named a 2015 Innovations Design and Engineering Awards Honoree is another great milestone/achievement for our team, said Jason Owen, CEO of Amped Wireless. By creating a product that harnesses our award winning, high power technology and an intuitive touch screen setup, we are able to provide homes with a strong Wi-Fi network that they are comfortable interacting with.
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Woodworker’s projects are a cut above | Ocala.com

In addition to other woodworking items, Marshall makes numerous wood items using a Universal Laser Systems sealed unit to cut out and decorate the intricate patterns with a computer program that operates the laser. Last Modified: Saturday, December 27, 2014 at 7:39 p.m. Charlie Marshall has a retirement hobby that really cuts it. The Hillsborough, New Hampshire, native has turned a post-retirement enterprise of making custom cut templates in his workshop into a hobby of making complicated and intricate wooden objects of art.
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