Off-Broadway musical 'The Crazy Ones' set to bring story of Steve Jobs to the stage

Article Image A musical opening in New York City later this month, The Crazy Ones, will revolve around Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in some of earliest years at the company, including his internal and external conflicts.

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The Growing Robocall Menace


Automated telephone calls, also known as “robocalls,” used to drive me crazy. Then they stopped, and life was quiet, peaceful and beautiful once again, but just for a few short years. Those disturbing calls have started once again, and now they are worse than ever. Why? And how can we stop them? Robocalls typically are for telemarketing purposes. The calls are placed by automated systems. They may consist of recorded messages, or a real person may get on the line to make a telemarketing pitch once a prospect has picked up.

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What is 802.11ax WiFi, and do you really need a 10Gbps connection to your laptop?

Linksys WRT 1900AC. Curvier, and with four antennae.
If you thought that your new 802.11ac router’s max speed of 1,300Mbps was pretty crazy, think again: With 802.11ac fully certified and out the door, the Wi-Fi Alliance has started looking at its successor, 802.11ax — and how does 2Gbps from the router to your smartphone sound to you?

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/184685-what-is-802-11ax-wifi-and-do-you-really-need-a-10gbps-connection-to-your-laptop

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