So you’ve got Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and more wireless gear you can (or not) get your hands on – but until somebody invents wireless power, we’ve still got those nasty cables to deal with. Cableclamp is a reusable handcuff-like cable management device available in different sizes and (iPod mini-variety) colors.
What Is Wi-Fi 6? New Wi-Fi Names Explained2018/10/10
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NYC Mesh is a community-owned network to provide open & neutral internet2018/09/09
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