We’re sure many of you experience some frustration when you go to certain areas of your house, only to find that WiFi in that particular area is either very bad or non-existent at all. Some of you guys have probably figured out that the WiFi signal could be blocked by objects in between, but thanks to physicist Jason Cole, he has put together a rather detailed report (via Ars Technica) that showed him where the best place was to put his router.
Unsurprisingly it turns out the best spot to place a router would be smack in the middle of the house, although we’re guessing that this might not necessarily be possible for some of you guys, and so Cole has figured out the next best spot for himself which was in a corner. Through the use of visualization, he was able to map out the “tendrils” of the internet which allowed him to see where the WiFi signal was being projected and to see which area would it allow him the most reach. Read full post →Scientist Uses Physics To Visually Map Out His WiFi Signal
As we get closer to the 9th of September, you can bet that there will be a ton of iPhone 6-related leaks. Earlier today we took a look at the purported rear shell of the 5.5-inch iPhone and now thanks to a video that surfaced on Russian YouTube channel Rozetked (via 9to5Mac), it shows off an assembled iPhone 6 compared next to an iPhone 5s.
Now we can’t be sure if the parts used in the video are the real deal or if they are assembled using parts based on leaked schematics, which may or may not be accurate, but either way it is safe to say that the phone looks pretty good! In fact in the video it seems that the antenna breaks in between the pieces of metal don’t look as bad as the leaked photos make it out to be. Read full post →Assembled iPhone 6 Compared To iPhone 5s In Video