For the most part, we're all happy if we can get Internet that's fast enough to stream some HD video. But faster is always better, and a new, world-record setting network developed in Germany is so blazing fast you wouldn't know what to do with it. It can deliver 10 HD films in a second. Read more...
Think your network is fast? Getting a gigagbyte-sized movie over your local wireless network to your hard drive in a few seconds is old hat. Now there's a network that can push a 2-hour, high-definition movie to a computer a mile away...Show More Summary
After considerable discussion, Metra's board today deferred a decision on testing Wi-Fi on its trains.
Meridian works with companies that want to bring detailed location awareness to their mobile apps using their Wi-Fi networks as guideposts. If you're Aruba, that's not a bad feature to have in your access points.
- Amtrak announced that is has upgraded its wi-fi service on Acela, Capitol Corridor, Pacific Surfliner and San Joaquin trains, with additional Northeast Corridor service to be added this summer. If you have taken the Acela and usedShow More Summary
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 already appeared in a AnTuTu benchmark last week and it seems that the launch is not far off, because the Bluetooth Special Interest Group has cleared the GT-P5200 (Wi-Fi + 3G), which is the 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab 3. Show More Summary
Sony has announced a price and release date of the tablet Sony Xperia Tablet Z, running an operating system Android. novelty in Russia will be presented in three versions: SGP311RU (16 GB, support for Wi-Fi, black body color) - 21 990...Show More Summary
Qualified Design ID (QD ID) B020956 | Export PICS PRD 1.0 ID (QP ID) Design Name GT-P5200 Wi-Fi® Certification ID Subsetted Designs Date Created Type PICS May 2, 2013 Main PICS Member Company Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Specification...Show More Summary
Recently I became aware that many if not most home Wi-Fi routers are very easy to hack by cyber criminals. I thought, my mom has Wi-Fi,...
Devicescape says nearly one and three smartphone buyers never bother to connect their devices to their home Wi-Fi networks, but it's developed a means of luring those customers into the Wi-Fi fold.
Ah, college — also known as “the most expensive wi-fi connection you’ll ever have.” The modern classroom is alive with the clicking of laptops and tapping of smart phones, and it’d be naive to think their owners are just dutifully taking...Show More Summary
With the next release of its WLAN software all Ruckus-built hotspots will be able to supply optional encrypted connections to any user who wanders into Wi-Fi coverage.
By Kevin Monahan, Producer, NBC News GREEN BANK, W.Va. – Every week, police officer Chuck Niday patrols Green Bank, W.Va., in a vehicle that looks a bit like something out of the movie “Mad Max,” aiming to protect the largest steerable radio telescope in the wo …
REGULAR Gulliver readers know that nobody pays for in-flight Wi-Fi. It's slow and unreliable, and despite the widely hated electronic-device rules some passengers still use broadband-enabled electronic devices. Often, when I turn onShow More Summary
For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, Amazon has a selection of wireless printers (inkjet and laser) priced at under $100 or less. Wi-fi printing doesn’t have to be expensive! [Wireless Printers Under $100 (Inkjet and Laser)]
Look at this camera. Look. It’s gorgeous. This little scamp goes by the name of the Samsung NX300, and it’s a 20.3-megapixel monster with some nifty features. Don’t let the retro-look fool you: the NX300 includes support for Wi-Fi connectivity and Samsung’s new 2D-to-3D lens. More »
Q: I have an iPad 2 and am looking for more hard drive space. I see Macally, Hyperdrive, Kingston, and others all offer Wi-Fi hard drive storage devices, but can they all store pictures, music, movies, and apps? I am in need of an external hard drive to add more of my apps, due to my iPad’s storage being too small. Show More Summary
There is nothing quite like having an Internet connection on your mobile device regardless of where you go, and even better if the Wi-Fi network you are attached to is free. For folks living in Scotland, you will be pleased [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Gogo has just announced that the FCC has granted the in-flight Wi-Fi provider with a "blanket license to operate up to 1,000 Ku-band Satellite aircraft for international and domestic service." What? Basically it just means that Gogo will soon have expensively slow service on transatlantic flights. Read more...