Hello Daniweb Community, Lately we have been experiencing slow internet, now the thing is. In the house we have **12 devices** connected, then from the router it goes out to the bungalow which has around **5-7 devices**. The router we have in the house is a TP-Link Archer D50 and in the bungalow is a TP-Link Archer C2 and we have **ADSL2+** (on the [Optus](http://www.optus.com.au) network). The maxium speed we were told we're getting is around **6-7Mbps/Download** and around **500-600Kbps/Upload**. The other problem we are having is, my sister can't even get a good connection on her PS4 (can't even …

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I'm going to buy a new smart phone. And since I didn't know much about this tech. Would you give me some recommendations. I'm looking for a smart phone with affordable price, nice camera. I would like the one that I can watch and download films, movies. And it should be easy for me to draft email, etc.

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Hi everyone, How are you? Starting some thread after long time :) Actually, I have a group of 25 people. I have 20-25 mobile devices in my group. So, I have assigned 1-2 device on each person's name(as an owner). But, people in the group ask each other for the device for some help and promise to return it too. They may need specific device for some work which is a genuine thing. But, they forget to return it & person who gave has to ask on emails or each person where his/her device is. Problem: Asking on emails is …

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When previewing sites on devices, I have access to the common devices to see how a page renders, what I don't have access to is the devices that take up a small part of the market, BlackBerries, Amazon Fire, Lumia line of phones and iPhones running newer versions of iOS, any recommendations on how I can preview on these devices ?

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My apologies if I missed something like this already. I cannot find anything quite fitting. And this work computer keeps closing this page on me. At home, I have 2 laptops both running Windows 7, a Lexmark wireless printer that worked fine last week. Now it won't print, but it is online. When I checked my control panel on 2 of my laptops, my device list shows 0 devices. My first thought was that I was hacked. I run Avast on both computers. I unplugged my internet and ran a deep scan on both computers while I am at currently …

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Who, what, or how is memory-mapped I/O and memory maps set up in computer systems for use? I will try and be as clear as possible, and I hope someone here has the knowledge to really understand what I'm asking thoroughly, and have some answer that's good enough to make sense for me and future readers. Here I go... Memory-mapped I/O and port I/O are two standard, and most used methods of accessing devices across a computer system, such as sound cards, video cards, disks, ROM, etc. I am a computer programmer, and I make it my best effort to …

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How can I formate my storage device using XP SP3.

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Hi, I want to control devices using php. But don't have a clear idea how i'm going to do that. I googled and got to know about DIO functions. Eve by using them i don't have a clear idea how to do it practicably. If want to control my web cam trough website and do these things: 1st detect web cams available , let the user select one, after selecting i want to let the user view video and give user the ability to record web cam inputs... Can some one give me an idea(loigic) how it is possible to …

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I'm interested in selling quality memory stick brand. Anybody here could tell me some brands. Thank you

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Who needs plastic in the 21st century? [ATTACH=right]16789[/ATTACH] Two major U.S. banks have confirmed that they will later this year be launching joint test programs with Visa to let customers make in-store purchases with their smart phones. [URL="http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE67I59S20100819"]Reuters[/URL] reported Thursday night that both Bank of America and U.S. Bancorp will be piloting programs this fall; Bank of America's program will begin next month in the New York area and U.S. Bancorp's will begin in October. Visa had announced in February it planned to research mobile contact-less payment methods, but at the time, the company didn't reveal which banks it would …

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I'm in search of Linux--which sounds odd since it seems that I should be able to find all the Linux I'd ever want but I want to know about [I]your[/I] favorite Linux gadget, project, invention, software, innovation or appliance. I want to know which ones are most important to you--which ones you're passionate about and which ones deserve some attention in this blog. Here's your chance to bring a little-known Linux-oriented business or project into the light. Let's see what you can do. I was so taken aback by the lack of Linux-oriented solutions at the recent [URL="http://www.interop.com/lasvegas"]InterOp Las Vegas[/URL] …

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The [URL="http://www.linux.com/news/featured-blogs/158-jim-zemlin/286723-bringing-the-magic-to-linux-with-meego-"]announcement[/URL] from The [URL="http://www.linuxfoundation.org"]Linux Foundation[/URL]'s Jim Zemlin: [QUOTE]MeeGo combines Intel’s Moblin and Nokia’s Maemo projects at the Linux Foundation to create one open source uber-platform for the next generation of computing devices: tablets, pocketable computers, netbooks, automotive IVI and more. Why should you pay attention to this announcement? With MeeGo you have the world’s largest chip manufacturer and the world’s largest mobile handset manufacturer joining forces to create an incredible opportunity for developers who want to reach millions of users with innovative technology.[/QUOTE] MeeGo, as Zemlin describes it, " is not an OS designed for a legacy purpose that …

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