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NES cartridge router: Now you're broadcasting Wi-Fi with power

Right now (check the exact time on your NES cartridge clock), you could be using hard drives, CD cases, soap, and even NES systems shaped like NES cartridges. Now, thanks to Unconventional Hacker, you can even camouflage a wireless router among your pile of extra Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt cartridg...

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Nintendo unveils Wi-Fi Network Adapter for Japan

It's not a hard drive. It's not a portable air conditioner. Nintendo has unveiled a wireless router/bridge for sale (in Japan) that works to connect your Wii, DS and/or PC to the interwebs. Famitsu has more shots of it, including -- gasp -- ethernet ports and a router/bridge switch. The router cost...

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Nintendo randomly reveals WiFi Network Adapter

Our faces lit up this morning after seeing this image on Famitsu's site. Surely, this was it: Nintendo's long-awaited solution to the storage woes of every Wii-owning geek and otaku on the planet. Alas, no. After scrambling for a machine translation of the accompanying kanji, our hopes were emphati...

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How-To: Share your computer's internet with the Xbox

Sure, we made our own guide to help you share your Mac's internet connection with your Xbox 360, but what if you're one of the few people out there using a Windows box? If you're rocking either Mac OS X (it says here Tiger or Leopard) or Windows Vista or XP, there's a handy guide on Instructables ...

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DS Daily: Router issues and WiFi problems

Reader wiiminator is having router issues when it comes to his DS WiFi. Since switching to an Apple Airport Extreme router, he's unable to take his DS online. He says the issue seems to have something to do with security options, which could definitely be it, since the DS doesn't like WPA. But inste...

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Wireless networking tips for HD streaming

Jake Ludington has a post up detailing the method he used to get HD video streaming wirelessly, without interruptions. His method involves using two routers to isolate the connection between the Media Center PC and the Xbox 360: "Each wireless access point creates the equivalent of a single wi...

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