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|Voice Over IP Service Now Available - Saturday, November 3, 2007|
Millhouse Electronics has added yet another valuable feature to our wireless internet offerings. All customers are elegible to upgrade their account to include Voice over IP Telephone service. Service starts $25.95 for unlimited local and long distance calls, caller id, and call waiting. Change your service, and keep your current number. Call 637-2854 for more details or to sign up today!
|New Even Lower Cost Internet Plans Added! - Wednesday, May 16, 2007|
Millhouse Electronics is now offering a broader range of internet service plans in the South East Wyoming, Cheyenne area, as we continue to expand our coverage and services we are proud to be Cheyenne Wyoming's 100% locally owned internet service provider. read more ...
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Millhouse Electronics is southeast Wyoming's premier provider of wireless internet services. Since 1995 we've grown from providing two-way radio services to a regional Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP). We have the largest wireless internet coverage area of anyone in southeast Wyoming Cheyenne area (click here for our coverage maps). Millhouse Electronics is continually working to enlarge our internet service coverage area for new customers, and to offer our current customers with new features and benifits. Visit our Wireless Internet Page for plans and prices.
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Daily Report: Start-Ups Stockpile Funding for Harder Times to Come
Some entrepreneurs say worries about a possible downturn are partly why they are stocking up on financing, essentially taking out insurance on the risk of lean times ahead.
San Francisco Exhales During ‘Burning Man Exodus’
The annual event draws more than 50,000 people to the Nevada desert -- many of them from the tech industry in San Francisco. And while they're away, the city's hard-to-get-into restaurants and bars aren't so hard to get into.
Getting a Clear Picture of a Computer Network’s Security
It may be impossible to keep hackers out of a computer network. But one company offers a way to monitor threats once they get through the firewall.
Lyft Says Uber’s Recruitment Efforts Are Hurting Drivers
In instances when Uber ambassadors take rides to recruit Lyft drivers, those Lyft drivers experience a considerable drop in pay, according to company data.
On Instagram’s Hyperlapse, and Fast-Forwarding to the Future
Instagram's new tool for capturing time-lapse video could provide a new prism through which people view and present themselves to the world.
Apple Appeals Judge’s Decision to Deny a Ban on Samsung Products
The smartphone giants Apple and Samsung have agreed to drop patent suits against each other outside the United States, but their fight here clearly isn't over.
Ireland’s Data Privacy Regulator Will Have Global Sway
A five-person panel of civil servants and privacy experts will choose a data protection commissioner, who will have a large say in how Internet giants including Facebook and Apple use online information from roughly a billion users.
Google Joins Amazon in Dreams of Drone Delivery
Who needs UPS trucks and bicycle delivery when you can fly in things people buy online?
Questions for IBM’s Watson
IBM's Watson keeps adding new features. But can it make money?
Uber and Lyft Have Become Indistinguishable Commodities
Though Uber and Lyft have become bitter enemies recently, in many places, they both offer ubiquitous, cheap and mostly high-quality service.
With $30 Million More in Hand, IFTTT Looks to the Internet of Things
The idea behind the company, according to co-founder Linden Tibbets, is to give people more creative control over the many online services they use on a daily basis.
Daily Report: JPMorgan and Other U.S. Banks Are Hit by Hackers
In a sophisticated cyberattack, the hackers infiltrated the banks' networks, siphoning off gigabytes of data, including checking and savings account information.
Looking to the Future of Data Science
The future of data science lies beyond the big-data focus on predictions and recommendations, according to Oren Etzioni, a leading computer scientist.
Zara Withdraws T-Shirts After Accusations Online of Anti-Semitism
After an uproar on Twitter, Zara's parent company said it had stopped selling the shirt, which is called the "Sheriff," and apologized.
Daily Report: How Twitch.tv Became a Nexus for Video Gamers
The company, bought by Amazon for over $1 billion, flourished with increasing data speeds and a budding community, taking over the start-up that created it.
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