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Former Intel Capital front man Les Vadasz warns customer confusion, excessive fragmentation and regulation of VoIP over Wi-Fi could cripple the sector.
As RFID becomes the latest rage, one company is hoping its positioning capable Wi-Fi tags will be the product of choice with businesses that have WLANs.
Cellular companies like Cingular, Verizon, Nextel, and VoiceStream are experimenting with Wi-Fi to see if mobile phones networks can work with WLANs to keep you constantly connected.
The days of boring meetings and forums are over now that 802.11b has arrived in expo and office conference rooms, but the technology can work against an unprepared speaker or moderator.
More and more incumbent broadband providers are accepting that citywide wireless networks are not going away.
Reporter's Notebook: Beneficial as the technology is, it has the power to bring tech giants to their knees.
Municipal Wi-Fi networks are proliferating by leaps and bounds. Learn what cities should be doing to ensure a successful deployment.
Several computers -- even some Macs -- are potentially in peril from the security flaw recently found in Wi-Fi device drivers.
FCC rules airlines free to offer wireless services in competition with airport Wi-Fi facilities.
Inevitably, corporate adoption of Wi-Fi has arrived. But if it were up to the security-minded, you and your NIC would never be parted. Mike Houghton helps admins take the first steps in adding secure wireless access to their trusty wired networks.
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Proposal draws sharp criticism from U.S. government and IT trade group.
Chip giant's aim is to allow seamless roaming across wireless, fixed networks in Asia.
Reports say that both Toledo, Ohio and Silicon Valley are hitting bumps in the road to ubiquitous wireless.
Linksys has dual-band game adapter, Funk upgrades RADIUS server, Qualcomm jumps to new MIMO ship; Kodak has a Wi-Fi camera; and more
ViXS Systems says major consumer electronics maker Daewoo is not only using its video networking chips and software in demos, but will be the first to market with wireless multimedia products for the living room.
The home of the Triple-A Sacramento River Cats baseball team gets unwired as both fans and field crews tap into 802.11 networks.
GigaBeam connects with Trump; PSP arrives with Wi-Fi; Connexion plans for the water; and more
Small Florida company Y-Tel is betting on the world embracing VoWi-Fibut is targeting areas with little or no Wi-Fi infrastructure.
University of Massachusetts professors collaborate with city officials in Amherst, MA to launch a free, public, Wi-Fi network funded by the Department of Defense.