FS: Netgear R6250 AC1600 Smart WiFi Dual Band Gigabit Routerview story

http://hardforum.com – Heat: Klinkman Payment: Google, amazon, Paypal sucks please stop using it people. Netgear R6250 - $60 shipped. Router is new but no box or booklet. Comes with router, AC adapter and patch cable. (Hardware)

Remote Battery management service while SureFox Kiosk is runningview story

http://android.stackexchange.com – I am running PAW Server and SureFox (a kiosk browser) to run some webpages. However, I am experiencing significant battery drainage, and I would like to track battery usage by services as the programs are running. Most importantly, I would like have remote management on the devices. I am using Nexus 7 on Android 4.4.2. WiFi on both ends are guaranteed. (HowTos)

What are my Android provided options for communicating data with a PC?view story

http://android.stackexchange.com – Excuse my ignorance, but I have only begun reading about and experimenting with Android over the last two to three days. I need to send data from a SQLite database on an Android device to a SQL Server database on a Windows 7 PC, with two way comms for filter requests, acknowledgements, etc. (HowTos)

Help setting up Wireless-N network with roamingview story

http://forums.anandtech.com – Hi all, I am trying to set up a wireless-N network in my house which has a number of stone internal walls, and so will require at least 2 and possibly 3 APs to ensure full coverage. The house has cat-6 to all rooms, and I am then using the following kit to set up the WiFi. The location is (very) rural, so there shouldn't be any wireless interference/congestion issues. (Hardware)

Can I switch location providers?view story

http://android.stackexchange.com – There are three ways one can get location: GPS only WiFi / Signal 1 + 2 If I choose 2 or 3, my phone tells me that it's going to send my location data to Google. I know there are other WiFi coverage maps (http://www.openwlanmap.org/). Is there any way to set them up as the location provider (I'm rooted and on Cyanogenmod)? (HowTos)

Wifi extender creates a second network...?view story

http://forums.anandtech.com – I understand the basic difference between a repeater and extender. Apparently for home use a true repeater with a constant SSID throughout the house is a hassle, so I've been eyeing the Netgear AC1200 extender. Apparently this can only gain its connection via wifi (even though I could otherwise wire it to my router). I guess this makes a second network and all my devices connect to it. (Hardware)

A User’s Guide To Disrupt London 2014view story

http://techcrunch.com – Hard to believe that Disrupt London opens tomorrow! As always, TechCrunch has partnered with an amazing array of folks who promise to make your experience at the conference better than ever. Official Wifi Sponsor: Our wifi is sponsored by Cushman & Wakefield. (IT news)

Samsung Galaxy Tab WiFi Connectionview story

http://android.stackexchange.com – I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab SM-T530NU running Android 4.2.2. The Wifi connects fine at home, hotels, etc. I have one place that I frequent that it will not connect to the router. Almost everyone in the building has a tablet of some sort or use their cell phones and they all connect fine. (HowTos)

Yoga Pro 2. Reason to not get it?view story

http://hardforum.com – Waiting on the reviews of the Pro 3, but it has me looking at the Pro 2. Besides the "yellow" thing, if I switch out the wifi card to solve that problem, is there a reason to NOT get it? (Hardware)

[ubuntu] Gnome keyring fails after request for my wifi password. BT-FON shadows my router pasview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi i have had this problem in the past last week when Ian weisser was helping out. After setting a new password in my router and re-connecting to the internet i get another request for my wifi password then my keyring striaght after that which i then enter. (Hardware)