Devicescape Supports Macintosh
April 04, 2007
Mac OS X users can use the software for automatic log-on to their hotspot accounts.
Mac OS X users can now use the Devicescape software to automatically sign on to their favorite hotspots or municipal networks.
In January, Devicescape Software officially unveiled this new connection software, which allows devices -- someday, even those without an interface, also known as "headless devices" -- to connect automatically to commercial Wi-Fi networks.
At the time, the software was limited to Windows XP SP2, Windows Mobile 5, the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet, and the Linksys WIP300 VoIP phone. Since then, Devicescape has added support for Windows Vista, Nokia's N800 Tablet, and, as of today, Mac laptops.