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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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Microsoft’s Windows 10 Displays a Familiar Look
Microsoft believes the next version of its operating system is such a big change that it is calling the software Windows 10, skipping the more logical product name, Windows 9.
Seattle Start-Up Factory Hires Former Amazon and Microsoft Executive
Ivy Softworks, a new start-up factory in Seattle, is seeking to create a better way of forming new tech companies. And now it has hired Brian Valentine, a prominent engineer and executive who worked for years at Microsoft and Amazon.
Amazon Is Not Holding Back on Paul Ryan
The retailer is discouraging sales of Hachette titles. The 2012 Republican vice presidential candidate's new book is an exception.
Daily Report: Netflix Aims at Hollywood’s New Releases
Netflix and the Weinstein Company said that they planned to release a sequel to the movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” simultaneously on Netflix and a select number of Imax theaters.
The iPhone 6 Coming Soon to China, After Stern Look at Security
The Chinese government said that after it presented Apple with concerns about the iPhone 6’s security features, the company provided it with “official materials” to address them.
Nominee for European Digital Job Explains Positions in Hearing
Günther Oettinger, the nominee to be the European Union’s next digital economy commissioner, emphasized that he wanted to create greater connections across the 28-member bloc.
Readers Debate Online Piracy and the Future of Digital Entertainment
Among the questions raised: Does the entertainment industry need to change its business model to address the reality of illegal streaming?
Cisco: The Internet Needs More Control
Cisco has a novel approach for selling its big Internet vision, called Intercloud: There is no better way to impose government policies on the Internet.
Expectations Lower, HP Launches Another Moonshot
The low-power computer server Meg Whitman pointed to as the kind of technology that would revive Hewlett-Packard has never lived up to sales expectations. Still, HP keeps trying, this time with a chip made by ARM.
Daily Report: Facebook Opens Consumer-Data Vault to Advertisers
The company is rolling out a new platform that will allow marketers to use Facebook's deep knowledge of its customers when advertising on other websites and mobile apps.
The Google Formula for Success
The key to success in modern business is hiring and nurturing "smart creatives," according to a new book co-authored by Eric Schmidt, former chief executive of Google.
Giving Away Software to Make It More Valuable
Continuuity, a big-data start-up that spent three years developing data-analysis software, is donating it to the world as open source, and big business is taking notice.
100 Million Smart Things: A Conversation With Scott McGregor of Broadcom
The chief executive of Broadcom predicts a future of total facial recognition, DNA-based signatures and chips in our brains, and he wants his company's semiconductors to be a part of all of it.
Companies Rush to Fix Shellshock Software Bug as Hackers Launch Thousands of Attacks
Security experts advised home users to stay on top of software updates and check manufacturer's websites, particularly for hardware like routers.
For Some Tech Start-Ups Like Ello, Exclusivity Draws Demand
Why all the fuss about Ello, a new social network that is some amalgam of Twitter, Facebook and Medium, the online publishing start-up, rolled into one?
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