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Excilan's new venture uses your cellular phone account to authenticate and pay for your Wi-Fi public access. The trial underway in Canada and Europe includes hotspots from Megabeam and FatPort.
New 2TB Time Capsule ($499) from Apple; Verizon offers free Wi-Fi to some laptop users; free Wi-Fi for all at Barnes & Noble; two new powerhouse gaming notebooks with 802.11n; Palm Restores iTunes Sync in Slap to Apple; U.S. Airways to offer in-flight Wi-Fi; WiMAX comes to Vegas; magicJack to Introduce Femtocell Version; and more.
A new bill would prohibit state and local governments from competing with private-sector providers.
The 'White Castle of the South' has installed free wireless access at all of its corporate-owned locations, hoping to draw in customers that have gravitated to the drive-thru.
Lenova ThinkPads use Atheros chips; Linksys gets a KISS; AirMagnet upgrades Enterprise; and much more
Information found on the search giant's site reveals VPN software for securing hotspot connections, perhaps as a prelude to 'GoogleNet.'
The slow rise in on-plane Wi-Fi deployments continues, but perhaps more important for safety is fast identification of devices that have their wireless signals deactivated.
Wouldn't it be nice if some private wireless networks were available for use by people who need Internet access? Some are. You can make more.
Devicescapes upcoming Wi-Fi Buddies will make it easier for you to share your wireless connection.
Sometimes it's more than just a matter of setting up a hotspot and waiting for people to log on.
That's the mantra of Devicescape, as it unveils a new software/service combo to allow even products without a user interface to go online.
Will it be an Internet radio, a new router, or maybe an iPhone? Whether you have $15 or $1500 to spend on Wi-Fi this holiday season, we've got the gifts for you.
Jupitermedia is changing the name of this Web site, plus our ancillary newsletters and events for all 802.11 technologies, to Wi-Fi Planet.
The company now has the first Wi-Fi Alliance certification on a wireless network switch, as well as enough security in place to adequately provide HIPAA-qualified protection in medical facilities.
The broadband provider is planning a public hotspot network to edge cable rival Comcast, which is taking a wait-and-see approach.
- No Wi-Fi From Comcast, at Least Not Yet
Link crosses Tyrrhenian Sea from Sardinia to Tuscany.
The Wi-Fi Alliance has upgraded the look of its seal of certification, dropping the radio frequency check boxes in favor of showing off the a, b, or g.
Despite some rough edges, this kit is a bargain for what you get: two access points and control software that can scale to handle even more.
Wi-Fi networks can work with a little tweaking, a new study finds.
Creative engineers are finding ways to affordably harness solar power to fuel access points, while others are using Wi-Fi to more efficiently manage their solar-power systems.