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Router Hack – How to Connect a Mifi Hotspot Device into a Router/Wired Network!

One of our readers asked me if there was a way to connect a MiFi hotspot device such as Verizon’s MiFi or Sprint’s 4G Overdrive into a wired network/router. I googled it and found that you can do it with DD-WRT.

I probably wouldn’t do that if you do a lot of downloading such as Bittorrent as ISP will get mad at you if you over-use the device. (and could terminate your contract)  They are really made for travel and portability, not for full-time computing.  I think so, but you are free to check out what the limits are by downloading a bunch of pron and leaving us

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Arduino DIY – How to Connect LCD to Arduino!

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Lady Ada has a great tutorial on how to connect LCDs to the Arduino. For those of you new to LCD graphical interface to Arduino, this guide could be a great place to start.

Lady Ada goes into details of how to use character LCDs.  Of course, don’t forget that you can also create simple animations using character LCDs.  They are also easiest to start on.  Also see my hack on a graphical LCD hacked with custom Tetri

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WiFi Hack – How to Connect Multiple Mobile/Cellular WiFi Connections!

Right now as I write this blog post, I am uploading a 200MB video to YouTube on my virtual machine Windows XP(via USB Broadband) while using my main OS Windows 7 for the blog post (via Palm Pre USB Tether).

Now I officially carry three different mobile WiFi hotspot devices including a regular Sprint USB Broadband card, a USB/WiFi tethered Palm Pre, and a USB/WiFi tethered Nexus One.

So why so many devices?

I am a little frantic about this very websi

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HDMI DIY – How to Connect Wireless HDMI!

For those of you looking to either hook up your computer to your LCD HDTV or any device that outputs in HDMI “wirelessly”, you might want to look into the Brite-View BV-2500 HD Video Transmitter/Receiver Kits.

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HDTV Hack – How to Connect your Computer to HDTV Wirelessly

For those of you looking to ways to hook up your desktop to your HDTV wirelessly using either HDMI digital connection or standard analog VGA, there IS a way, you can use Atlona’s AT-HDAir product which is a USB HDMI/VGA wireless converter.  The unit also supports audio for HDMI connections as of recently (see press release), which means you will no longer need cables nor have your desktop close to your HDTV in order to watch crisp, clear 720P YouTube videos.

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