Apples FaceTime bug comes at an awkward time The 359 Ep 511

first_img Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it Subscribe: iTunes | RSS | Google Play | FeedBurner | SoundCloud |TuneIn | Stitcher reading • Apple’s FaceTime bug comes at an awkward time (The 3:59, Ep. 511) Huawei Apple Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 Apple’s FaceTime bug comes at an awkward time (The 3:59,… See All 1 Tags The Daily Charge Sep 1 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors • Now playing: Watch this: Apple Share your voice Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? 4:36 Comment Your browser does not support the audio element. Security On this podcast, we talk about: Apple’s major FaceTime flaw. A preview of Apple’s earnings.Huawei’s legal troubles.The 3:59 gives you bite-size news and analysis about the top stories of the day, brought to you by the CNET News team in New York and producer Bryan VanGelder. Check out the extended shows on YouTube. Also, don’t forget to rate and review the podcast on iTunes. Apple’s FaceTime bug comes at an awkward time (The 3:59, Ep. 511)last_img read more

Bengaluru to host Ubers biggest hub

first_imgReutersUber has plans of setting up its biggest hub in Bengaluru. The American transportation company is planning to lease 7 lakh square feet of office space in the garden city of India.The transportation company will be largely investing in office space with the aim of using the hub to expand its products. It plans on using it as an engineering centre and a map department to find solutions for transportation in the city. As per an Economic Times report, Uber India Systems, the marketing head for the cab aggregators, will be closing the deal within 2-3 months.The hub in Bengaluru is planned to work with Uber’s engineering centre, set up in 2016. The process of leasing has been going on for the last two years and Uber has successfully taken about 3,00,000 square feet of land under its lease in the Outer Ring Road of Bengaluru.Economic Times reported a promising growth of its tech team, which has a strength of 500 employees, in Hyderabad and Bengaluru. UBERUber has been facing problems with its global losses and is looking forward to expanding in India because of market potential. “India is extremely important as it is very diverse when it comes to the adoption of technology,” reported ET. Uber has been observing the Indian market and is trying to step into the food delivery business through UberEats, corporate and rental business and online bike rental businesses in India.The data from commercial real estate consultants Cushman & Wakefield India states that the first quarter of 2019 saw a tremendous leap in the land leasing pattern of India. The country’s gross leasing volume was about 13 million square foot in the first quarter and grew about 1.45 times than the last quarter of 2018.With the rising number of foreign industries and companies flooding into the India market, the demand for commercial real estate is increasing. This, in turn, is increasing the occupancy in the market and the forthcoming growth corridors.last_img read more

At least 10 killed in Kabul funeral blast

first_imgAt least 10 killed in Kabul funeral blastAt least 10 people were killed and wounded in explosions that rocked the funeral of an Afghan man who died during protests over the worsening security situation in Kabul, the interior ministry said.“Initial reports show at least 10 casualties,” ministry spokesman Najib Danish told AFP.last_img

Review of DraftN Hardware

first_img 4 min read Belkin Gigabit AOSS secure connection system Nfiniti Notebook Adapter WLI-CB-G300N MANUFACTURER/ MODEL RangeMax NEXT Wireless Adapter Gigabit Edition (WN511T) Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. ROUTER September 1, 2006 (800) 2-BELKIN, www.belkin.com (800) 326-1688, www.dlink.com Wireless-N PC Card (WPC300N) CARD N1 Wireless Router $200 (router), $110 (card) Wi-Fi being so popular, wireless network vendors are constantly pushing the envelope. Last year, their pre-n wave of network adapters delivered the multi-pathing MIMO element of the upcoming 802.11n specification. Since the spec’s first draft was approved, they’ve launched another wave of so-called draft-n hardware using another 802.11n innovation–bonding transmission channels together to get throughput as high as 300Mbps. Draft-n hardware is supposed to make your network 12 times faster than 802.11g adapters and quadruple its range. (For more on Draft-n, see “Not-So-Rough Draft”)Sites vary widely, so don’t count on getting those numbers. Still, we got consistently good performances from the draft-n adapters we tested. We started by checking compatibility, and contrary to press reports, draft-n worked just fine with older 802.11g and MIMO hardware. We got better range than normal when mixing 802.11g and draft-n gear, and 54Mbps speeds with only occasional dips to 48Mbps or lower. That means you can upgrade your hardware piecemeal with little chance of complications.When using all draft-n gear, speeds ranged widely depending on distance and obstacles between router and PC card. Draft-n has two-dozen rollback levels and a tendency to roll up and down among the speed points as the environment changes. We hit 270Mbps occasionally, but a more reasonable expectation is something north of 100Mbps on a regular basis–more than enough for most business applications. The greatest fluctuations came when we mixed hardware from different makers. So if you have a favorite brand, you’re probably better off sticking with it for all your hardware.In terms of usability, Buffalo’s AirStation One-Touch Secure System, or AOSS, is a nice extra that lets you connect your AOSS-enabled adapters securely with the push of a button. It doesn’t require you to enter encryption settings on every computer you want connected. In related features, Netgear’s Touchless Security Wizard also simplifies the process of setting up your Wi-Fi security through the use of passphrase. We tried out the robust gigabit edition of the Netgear router, which will appeal to high-bandwidth users who are already using gigabit Ethernet adapters. The Linksys Small Business Wireless- N Router WRV4400N costs a bit more than the others because, besides a gigabit switch, it’s equipped with extensive quality and security features.Ease-of-use is paramount in network adapters, especially if you can’t fob installation off on an IT person. But vendors have done this before, and their step-by-step software wizards should guide you through the setup process. The front panel of the Belkin N1 Wireless Router features light-up icons so you can visually trace your router’s connections. Linksys also features well-designed Wireless Monitor software. As hassle-free as setup is, though, you still have to set up network encryption yourself. All the manufacturers offer free phone technical support to help resolve any problems.Manufacturers are still working on refining these products and can’t guarantee interoperability or upgradeability to an 802.11n spec that hasn’t been finalized. But they do plan to offer timely firmware upgrades to bring your equipment up-to-date. One of your first recourses should be to check for any available updates.If you’re not in pressing need of a Wi-Fi upgrade, it won’t hurt to wait for the next round of improved firmware or even for the finalization of the 802.11n specification. On the other hand, this hardware is affordable enough to use for a year and then upgrade again. RangeBooster N 650 Notebook Adapter (DWA-645) Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global (800) 456-9799, www.buffalotech.com Shopping List Small Business Wireless-N Router WRV4400N Dual active firewalls in router STREET PRICE FEATURES (800) 546-5797, www.linksys.com RangeMax NEXT Wireless Router Gigabit Edition (WNR854T) AirStation Nfiniti WZR-G300N This story appears in the September 2006 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » Gigabit, preset internal antennas Netgear $129 (router), $100 (card) $160 (router), $100 (card) Linksys Need a wi-fi upgrade? If you’re looking for faster speeds, more range and better coverage, draft-n might do the trick. RangeBooster N 650 Router (DIR-635) User-friendly design and interface D-link CONTACT $150 (router), $100 (card) $160 (router), $100 (card) N1 Wireless Notebook Card Buffalo Technology (888) NETGEAR, www.netgear.com Register Now »last_img read more

Supply Side

first_img While you’re reading this article, more than $70,000 in business merchandise will be purchased on eBay–everything from fax machines to construction equipment to display cases. Rebecca Shapiro, 43, owner of the arts and crafts store Pig and Panda in Portland, Oregon, has been able to leverage the power of buying on eBay to quickly grow her $85,000-plus-a-year online business. “[Reducing] our startup costs by purchasing most of our equipment on eBay allowed us to use our money for additional employees and inventory instead,” she says.Danny Leffel, manager of eBay Business, couldn’t agree more. “Buying on eBay levels the playing field for smaller businesses,” Leffel says. “They can reach outside their local area in seeking deals without having to buy in volume.” Ready to buy? Go to www.ebaybusiness.com/catalog to register your business on eBay, which will allow you to start buying on eBay immediately. You will also receive an eBay User’s Guide and free customized business consulting. The Business & Industrial discussion boards will also be of great help. The discussion board includes up-to-the-minute information from eBay and advanced notification of free business workshops.Remember, you can also sell those unused assets lying around your business. Go to http://pages.ebay.com/sellercentral/resources.html to learn more about turning those assets into cash.Janelle Elms, eBay University instructor and dean of Online Business at LA College International, is creator of the eBay Stores Video Series. Contact her at www.janelleelms.com/ebay. 2 min read Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. April 1, 2007 Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Register Now »last_img read more