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|Voice Over IP Service Now Available - Saturday, November 03, 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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Disruptions: Helper Robots Are Steered, Tentatively, to Care for the Aging
With a growing population of Americans over the age of 65, but a lack of trained home health care workers, more and more people could opt to hire robots to do the job.
Today’s Scuttlebot: Apple’s Tax Plan and Virtual Biology
The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. For Friday, selections include the costs and benefits of people logging into Web sites with Twitter or Facebook, Tim Cook's proposal for encouraging companies (like Apple) to bring foreign profits home to the United States and a fantasy Google Island.
Eric Schmidt of Google to Meet With British Prime Minister
The search company's executive chairman is part of a group of business executives advising Prime Minister David Cameron on economic issues.
Saudi Web Sites Under Attack After Surveillance Accusations
Several Saudi Web sites came under attack this week by hackers claiming links with Anonymous, the loose hacking collective. The attacks follow a security researcher's announcement that a Saudi company had asked him to help monitor citizens' mobile communications.
Apple Fights Back in Antitrust Case Over E-Book Prices
Amazon and five other publishing companies were already contemplating a move to a different pricing model before Apple entered the e-book business, Apple says in its defense against an antitrust lawsuit accusing it of conspiring to fix prices on electronic books,.
At Google Conference, Cameras Even in the Bathroom
At the Google I/O developers conference, any last semblance of privacy came to a screeching halt as people in Google Glass were everywhere.
Daily Report: Workweek Still Too Long at Apple Supplier, Audit Says
Foxconn Technology has made progress toward better safety conditions, but employees are still working longer than Chinese law allows, Vindu Goel reports in The New York Times.
Today’s Scuttlebot: Google the Competitor, and a Site Crasher
The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. For Thursday, selections include a look at whether Larry Page of Google is disingenuous to play down competition, and a site that unleashes Internet attacks but whose apparent owner says he works for the F.B.I.
New Apps Arrive on Google Glass
Google announced seven new apps for its Internet-connected glasses, including ones from Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, CNN, Elle and Evernote.
Daily Report: Google Picks Up the Pace in Map Rivalry
Google unveiled a newly redesigned Google Maps on Wednesday, along with new tools for search, photo editing and to-do lists, a music service and features for Android and Chrome apps, Claire Cain Miller reports in The New York Times.
Pebble Raises $15 Million as Wave of Smart Watches Arrives
Pebble, the popular smartwatch that raised more than $10 million on Kickstarter, is looking to venture capital to help it transition from a side project to a more traditional company.
Google Buys a Quantum Computer
Google and NASA are forming a joint research lab to look at quantum computing for things like facial recognition and understanding of disease. Their computer is from D-Wave Systems, which appears to be producing quantum computing results years earlier than many expected.
Little Is Said About Google Glass at Developers Conference
The search giant was playing down its Internet-connected eyewear, and the company's chief executive would rather tech fans didn't post photos of themselves wearing it in the shower.
Today’s Scuttlebot: Anonymous Sharing and Historic Embarrassment
The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. For Wednesday, selections include a $610,000 cup of coffee with Tim Cook, a suggestion that Google's glasses may catch on despite their goofy look and a theory about the quality of some popular YouTube videos.
Larry Page Gets Personal at Google’s Conference
Google's chief executive made a surprise appearance on stage on Wednesday, taking questions from software developers in the audience.
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