Mesh networks provide high quality wireless coverage of rooms or houses of large area. Moreover, the construction of such infrastructures does not require expensive equipment and cabling. Several routers can function as part of mesh networks, and the process of adding additional routers is as simple as possible.So, it is reported that Xiaomi AIoT Router AX3600 and Xiaomi Mi Router AX1800 routers will receive support for Mesh networks . The price of these devices is respectively 85 and 45 US dollars.
The company announced that all three Wi Fi 6 enabled router models will receive an update that adds support for Mesh technology. At the moment, the Redmi AX5 router has already begun to receive a firmware update.With support for Mesh technology, several routers can operate on a hybrid network that spans the entire home. At the same time, it is possible to configure automatic synchronization, and a new router can be added in almost a few seconds without the need to reconfigure the network.
Zhengfei said that HongMeng is more than a mere replacement for Android and isn t going to be limited to smartphones or tablets. Huawei is going to be using the OS to power a suite of devices ranging from routers, PCBs (printed circuit boards), data centres and more. Huawei also has plans to use the OS in autonomous vehicles. Zhengfei claimed that HongMeng has a processing delay of fewer than 5 milliseconds and is going to be faster than Android or even Apple s macOS. Zhengfei isn t just brushing Android aside, however, he knows that competing with Google s platform which has more than 2.5 billion active devices as of May 2019 is going to be tough.
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With Amazon Prime Day 2018 in full swing, we've had a chance to check out the best laptop and computing deals on offer.A wide range of computing devices and peripherals have had their prices cut, from laptops and desktops to monitors, gaming keyboards, routers and networking and components.
Along with the fourth developer preview or Beta 3 of Android P for Pixel devices, Google is now rolling out monthly security patches for not just Pixel smartphones but also those from the Nexus series. This update fixes several issues which allowed hackers to attack Android devices remotely or using apps by exploiting granted permissions. For a detailed list of patched vulnerabilities, you can visit the security bulletin for July.These updates apply to Google 's Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Pixel and Pixel XL, Nexus 5X and 6P, and the Nexus C tablet. Apart from addressing security issues, the update will also improve the Wi Fi performance with certain routers.
Sponsored byFBI warns about Russia linked malware threat to home routers, but questions lingerShare this Latest StoriesFBI warns about Russia linked malware threat to home routers, but questions linger More than half a million devices have already been compromised with more likely to be targeted over the next few weeks. by Alyssa Newcomb May.29.2018 6:29 PM ET Updated May.30.2018 12:44 PM ETFBI wants you to reboot your router: What you need to know02:12Breaking News EmailsGet breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings.SUBSCRIBEAs millions of Americans unplugged for Memorial Day Weekend, the FBI issued an urgent bulletin for anyone with a home or small office internet router to immediately turn it off and then turn it on again as a way to temporarily thwart the spread of foreign malware linked to Russia.The malware, called VPNFilter, targets small home and office routers. Once a router is infected, the hackers would potentially be able to use the device as a jumping off point to launch further attacks. The cyber criminals could also collect personal information, block network traffic or just turn your router into an expensive brick.
WASHINGTON The FBI has warned that Russian computer hackers have compromised hundreds of thousands of home and office routers and could collect user information or shut down network traffic.The United States law enforcement agency on Friday urged the owners of many brands of routers to turn them off and on again and download updates from the manufacturer to protect themselves.
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The regulator;s stamp of approval covers Samsung s access unit, which transmits the 5G signal, and both indoor and outdoor home routers, which receive the signal and relay it into the home to provide wireless broadband service. Together, the line up offers support for fixed wireless access in the 28GHz band.A Samsung representative confirmed the products will be deployed as part of Verizon s 5G launch in Sacramento and other cities later this year.
In a statement to 9To5Mac, the Cupertino giant said, "We're discontinuing the Apple AirPort base station products. They will be available through Apple.com, Apple's retail stores, and Apple Authorized Resellers while supplies last." After AirPort stocks run out, Apple will continue to sell third party routers from makes like Linksys.Apple has not updated the AirPort lineup since 2013. Currently Apple sells the AirPort Express for $99 (roughly Rs. 6,600), AirPort Extreme for $199 (roughly Rs. 13,200), the cheaper 2TB AirPort Time Capsule variant for $299 (roughly Rs. 19,900), and the 3TB AirPort Time Capsule for $399 (roughly Rs. 26,600). There is no update on whether Apple will re enter the market at anytime but, for now, it seems there are no plans in the near future.
by Abhimanyu Ghoshal mdash; in Apple Engadget reports that Apple is bowing out of the router business. It s discontinuing its AirPort and Time Capsule base stations; the company will sell the remaining devices in its warehouses, and continue to offer support and patches in the future.
Researchers have discovered a malware so shady that it stayed hidden for over six years despite having hit over hundreds of computers over the years. Called Slingshot, the malware is one of the most advanced attack platforms ever discovered, researchers with Kaspersky Lab reported. "The discovery of Slingshot reveals another complex ecosystem where multiple components work together in order to provide a very flexible and well oiled cyber espionage platform, " Kaspersky Lab researchers said. "The malware is highly advanced, solving all sorts of problems from a technical perspective and often in a very elegant way, combining older and newer components in a thoroughly thought through, long term operation, something to expect from a top notch well resourced actor. "
Here, one thing disappointing for the customers is that the company is providing internet services in Bengaluru only. It is offering 1GB data at only Rs 20 with a validity of 24 hours. Not only this, the customers can enjoy 100MB data at Rs 2 for 24 hours. And, the third package announced by the company is 500MB data for Rs 10 with a validity of 24 hours. The prepaid tokens for this WIFI Dabba are available at all tea stalls and local bakeries throughout the city.The company is offering these internet packages through small routers. These routers are at various tea stalls and connected through a fiber optic cable. The users have to enter their mobile number, fill the OTP form, and enter the key to connect. The users can choose the data limits and validity from the official website of the company. Here, it is also important to mention that the company claims to offer a speed of 50Mbps.
While Bharti Airtel is offering 60 GB data for over 6 months to postpaid users from September itself, Vodafone India is giving away free movie tickets, food vouchers to customers using any of its nine digital platforms during Navratri in Gujarat. According to ET, the offer is open to users who download the company;s app using their mobile wallets or accesses their infotainment sites, makes an online payment, gets their e Know Your Customer (KYC) done or even upgrades their connection to Vodafone SuperNet 4G during Navratri. Idea, on the other hand, is pushing its infotainment apps whereas Reliance Jio is offering hotspot routers known as JioFi at half the price between September 20 and 30. Along with this, Jio is also offering an extra 60 GB data for buyers of 4G LTE during Flipkart;s Big Billion Day sale.Also Read Airtel counters Jio: Offers 4GB data per day at Rs 999; how to get 50% cashback
The surge in JioFi consumption started in the second half of 2016, when Jio;s market share grew from 12 percent to 77 percent riding on mass adoption of 4G LTE data cards, particularly in tier II and tier III towns. JioFi not only displaced Huawei from the top spot, but also became most shipped in terms of units. ;Jio s MiFi devices JioFi also impacted the home router market. We expect MiFis to continue cannibalizing the entry level router market for few more quarters from now,; Narinder Kumar, analyst at CMR , stated in the report. ALSO READ: Reliance Jio offering up to 224GB 4G data to JioFi users: Here s how to claim itThe report further indicates that JioFi 's explosive growth in small town India could pose a challenge to incumbents like BSNL, which stand to lose broadband customers in the future. Super fast, affordable internet services on the home router as the JioFi offers could also slow down smartphone upgrades in these regions. Customers replacing their 3G handsets with 4G ones to sample faster, better internet are now upgrading their routers instead. Hence, 3G card shipments declined 61 percent in Q2 as compared to the first quarter. ALSO READ: Reliance Jio launches JioFi JioGST starter kit
Most iPhone and Android phones run on a Broadcom Wi Fi system on a chip (SoC). Google's security researcher Gal Beniamini found a number of bugs on these SoCs, which affect the iPhone 4 all the way through to the iPhone 7, most of Google's Nexus handsets, and almost all Samsung Galaxy devices.The bugs don't stop there, either. Beniamini went on to note that Wi Fi routers can be easy targets, too, so both sides of your phone's wireless internet connection could be vulnerable to theoretical attacks.