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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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A Swarm of Ant-Sized Robots, at Your Service
SRI International has developed a technology that can make a swarm of "Micro-Robots" build small things on small scales.
How Urban Anonymity Disappears When All Data is Tracked
At some point very soon, a large amount of public information, like a car license plate, will be part of a mosaic portraying personal lives. At that point, believers in technology say, we'll build a better society by eliminating deceit. Are we moral, though, if we don't wrestle with problems?
OpenSSL and Linux: A Tale of Two Open-Source Projects
For years, Linux has enjoyed the backing of a range of big tech companies. How has Linux flourished while other open-source efforts have begged for resources?
In the Battle for Best Smartphone, Apple Still Beats Samsung
Samsung's newest phone, the Galaxy S5, is a very nice device. But it falls far short of Apple's iPhone.
Protests Continue Against Dropbox After Appointment of Condoleezza Rice to Board
After Dropbox appointed Condoleezza Rice, the former secretary of state, to its board of directors, some users have complained about her views on Internet surveillance.
Heartbleed Internet Security Flaw Used in Attack
On Friday, cybersecurity experts said they had evidence of the first confirmed attack on a major corporation using the Heartbleed bug.
Daily Report: Stardom in China Takes a Webcam and a Voice
The success of typically low-budget productions offers a potential path for the rest of the world, which is struggling to move profitably into online programming.
Facebook’s Existential Crisis
Is Facebook's main service still relevant? An argument for why it feels fusty, and why Mark Zuckerberg seems to know it.
Google Uses Algorithms to Create SLR-Like Photos
Google is lifting up the hood of its new Lens Blur feature for its camera app, showing how the company can make a photo taken on a smartphone look like it was shot with an SLR camera.
Uber Faces Rebukes in Europe
The company’s global problems add to the bumps the company face in the United States, including opposition from taxi groups and driver complaints.
Facebook’s New Twist on Location Sharing Puts Users in Control
The social network is rolling out a new feature, Nearby Friends, that allows mobile users to broadcast their general location to their friends. But simple privacy controls give users the power to decide how much more to share.
Europeans Look Beyond Their Borders
To gain traction, many European tech founders often focus on their individual home markets, but that strategy is starting to change.
Twitter Goes After a Facebook Cash Cow
The social network will begin offering "app install ads," which prompt smartphone users to try new games and other apps. The category has been a lucrative franchise for Facebook.
Daily Report: Google’s Results Disappoint as Ads Are Less Profitable
As Internet users migrate to mobile devices, Google earns less on its ads, and as the dominant player, the company is finding that growth opportunities are increasingly rare.
It’s Official: Yahoo’s Former No. 2 Made a Lot More Than His Boss
Henrique de Castro, who was fired as Yahoo's chief operating officer in January, received about $96 million for his 15 months of service. Yahoo's chief executive, Marissa Mayer, was awarded only $62 million in roughly the same time period.
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