I have 2 laptops with the new windows vista they both have wireless cards they keep losing their internet connections i have called tech support but they say anything isnt wrong can someone please help i also have a desktop with xp it is wireless also but it does not lose its connection could someone please help me
A number of credit card companies now issue credit cards with embedded RFIDs (radio frequency ID tags), with promises of enhanced security and speedy transactions. But on today’s episode of Boing Boing tv, hacker and inventor Pablos Holman shows Xeni how you can use about $8 worth of gear bought on eBay to read personal data from those credit cards — cardholder name, credit card number, and whatever else your bank embeds in this manner. Fears over data leaks from RFID-enabled cards aren’t new, and some argue they’re overblown — but this demo shows just how cheap and easy the “sniffing” can be. This episode is part of our ongoing series of interviews with some of the thinkers, hackers, and tinkerers at the O’Reilly Emerging Technology conference this year. For more episodes of Boing Boing tv, visit tv.boingboing.net.
Power-full Chhath on cards
Patna, Nov. 6: After successfully providing uninterrupted power supply during Durga Puja and Diwali, Bihar State Electricity Board (BSEB) and Patna Electric Supply Undertaking (Pesu) are upbeat about providing unhindered power supply to the capital during Chhath Puja.
To select a wireless communication card for a laptop computer, find a card that matches the speed and location requirements, rural or urban area, where the laptop will be used. Choose a wireless communication card for a laptop with the tips in this free video on computer networks and repairs from a systems management expert and computer technician.
New digital German ID cards arrive on November 1
New national ID cards are coming to Germany. The new cards boast features designed to safeguard against the hazards of the Internet age, including phishing and identity theft, but critics say there are still problems.
To remove pictures and files from a memory card, use the card reader utility on the computer or buy a USB card reader. Delete pictures and files from memory cards with the tips in this free video on computer networks and repairs from a systems management expert and computer technician.