The Internet of Things can refer to any device that connects to the internet or via Wi-Fi or Ethernet in a network. In this case routers and other connected devices. This is an overview of network connected devices I have reviewed or things I think meet the ‘pretty’ good specifications.
Watching webcams and unsecured security cameras on the Internet is nothing new, but a new site, now reportedly hosted in Russia but with no guarantee of having anything to do with Russians, is allowing access to security cam footage because default passwords haven’t been changed.
IP camera specialist Axis Communications has appointed Ingram Micro as its Australian distributor.
Utilizing Megapixel/HD technology enables IP540 to view detail and identify people and objects at least three times better than the conventional CCTV camera. Combining with dual H.264 and MPEG-4 or MJPEG streams to enable optimization of different bandwidth of networks and various image size of devices from PC to mobile phone. 802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN is supported via the WL150 USB upgrade module with a simple and easy wireless installation process.
The asymmetry of NBN's residential services is reminiscent of the old 1200/75 days.What a joke.
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