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Hacking Into Internet-Connected Light Bulbs Reveal Wi-Fi Passwords

Ever since the initiation of the internet as a vital part of living, the prospect of online crimes was considered to increase. Over the years, this has proven true. From the beginnings of online criminal activity with pirating licensed products, especially through LimeWire, to an anonymous entity (could be one or more people) protesting the

Chromecast Screen Mirroring for Android is Here and It Is Glorious

It's my phone's screen on my television screen. And it only requires a compatible phone, a $35 Chromecast, and a Wi-Fi connection. Why is this so awesome? It's because I can do anything on my phone (presentations, software demonstrations, toss up videos or pictures, or show off a document or......

Spaceteam

Spaceteam is a decidedly unique local multiplayer game. Players gather together with their iPads and iPhones and connect over either Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. They’re then presented with ridiculously-labeled spaceship consoles with all manner of sliders, knobs, switches, and buttons. Show More Summary

Wi-Fi hotspots a hotbed for hacker activity

A recent Consumer Reports survey found 62 percent of Americans do nothing to protect their privacy online. That can make it easy for hackers to steal personal information. One way hackers can get access to your private passwords is at a wi-fi hot spot. CBS News' Jericka Duncan reports.

The people who created E-Rate think the FCC’s going about it all wrong

Two of the Senate's most respected members on educational technology aren't satisfied with the FCC's plan to get schools and libraries wired with Internet and Wi-Fi. Sens. Ed Markey and Jay Rockefeller are putting pressure on the Federal Communications Commission to vastly expand the amount of money the agency spends on E-Rate, the program that […]

The people who created E-Rate think the FCC’s going about it all wrong

Two of the Senate's most respected members on educational technology aren't satisfied with the FCC's plan to get schools and libraries wired with Internet and Wi-Fi. Sens. Ed Markey and Jay Rockefeller are putting pressure on the Federal Communications Commission to vastly expand the amount of money the agency spends on E-Rate, the program that […]

The people who created E-Rate think the FCC’s going about it all wrong

Two of the Senate's most respected members on educational technology aren't satisfied with the FCC's plan to get schools and libraries wired with Internet and Wi-Fi. Sens. Ed Markey and Jay Rockefeller are putting pressure on the Federal Communications Commission to vastly expand the amount of money the agency spends on E-Rate, the program that […]

Olympus takes Pen E-PL6 beyond Asia

The Olympus Pen E-PL6, first announced in May 2014 for the Asian market, is set to be introduced to Europe kitted with a pancake-style zoom lens and a Wi-Fi memory card. The M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ zoom lens is a pancake design, which Olympus claims is the slimmest of its type in this class. Show More Summary

Sprint’s new portable projector cleverly doubles as a Wi-Fi hotspot

Something we don’t see too often is a projector that doubles up as a mobile hotspot, but that’s the unlikely pairing the Sprint LivePro is promising to deliver. The device is capable of projecting content from 10-inches to 10-feet and offers up 3G/4G mobile connectivity that can handle up to eight WiFi devices at the same time. Show More Summary

Taking A Trip? 6 Ways To Teach Your Kids Something New While Traveling

“The use of traveling is to regulate imagination by reality, and instead of thinking how things may be, to see them as they are.” There was no Wi-Fi when Samuel Johnson lived. Travel was mostly local and usually for the elites and adventurers. Show More Summary

The Emotional Roller Coaster We All Ride When Wi-Fi Drops Out

In the hierarchy of needs, Wi-Fi is now a staple—so when it goes down, we all feel it. Hard. In this short dramatic sketch, Julian Smith imagines a brief wireless outage as disaster movie. Read more...

TextNow’s VoIP-only mobile phones can now swap calls between Wi-Fi and cellular

TextNow is an all-IP operator so all calls and text messages ride over its data connections. Adding hand-over between Wi-Fi and cellular means it will be able to support better quality voice conversations.

Surface Pro 3 software updated to address Wi-Fi issues, improve battery life

2 days agoTechnology : GigaOM

Microsoft shared details of the latest Surface Pro 3 software update on Tuesday, saying it is now rolling out in stages. Dubbed “System Firmware Update – 7/8/2014” the changes help improve both Wi-Fi stability and the Type Cover trackpad, and show or hide the on-screen keyboard […]

City seeks to avoid Wi-Fi failure after vendor fall

New York City authorities are seeking ways to avoid a disruption of free public Wi-Fi services after Spain-based provider Let's Gowex SA said it will declare insolvency after having falsified... To view the full story, click the title link.

Trains that are too slow giving us broadband which is faster

The Government has said that some of a record £53 million fine on Network Rail for missing punctuality targets will go towards improving Wi-Fi access on trains, with trackside equipment being put in place by NR over the next three to four years to provide a faster service. The service, costing around £90m, is expected […]

UK DfT to fund Wi-Fi improvements on England and Wales rail routes

The UK Department for Transport (DfT) has announced plans to invest approximately £53m in the installation of new Wi-Fi equipment in commuter trains across England and Wales.

Your Android Phone Might Be Leaking Your Location

Anyone within Wi-Fi range of your Android phone might be able to see the names of the last 15 networks to which your device connected, a study finds.

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