iiNet's latest home router - the Budii - features a smartphone and tablet.
Securifi has reached its Kickstarter goal of US$250,000, so production of the touchscreen-based wireless router and home automation controller will go ahead. But an Australian version is still in question.
Some subscribers just want their ISP or carrier to provide the pipes and then stay out of the way. But that tends to mean low margins, so providers are keen to provide additional services. Amdocs Connected Home allows ISPs and carriers to compete with 'over the top' providers of services such as remote security, health monitoring, and entertainment.
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did you figure out a way around it?
how long were you banned? Did you just log in and see that you could play again?