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Acquisitions are the cornerstone tactic of this pure-play Wi-Fi company's plans to dominate the market for the backend control of public-access hotspots.
The Israeli company's new product claims to offer WiMax-like performance using 802.11 chips.
SBC plans to use its FreedomLink hotspot network and VoIP to make Cingular a better competitor to other mobile carriers.
An overview of three Linux programs that help users manage Wi-Fi connections: Network Manager, Wicd, and KWifiManager.
With more than 5,000 homes in the Santa Barbara, CA area evacuated due to the 500-acre Jesusita Fire today, we reprise a few stories from our archives about the potential Wi-Fi has for early detection and wildfire prevention.
Wi-Fi for gambling; Buffalo tries MIMO; Aruba goes outdoors; and more.
When it comes to mobility, the only thing business travelers want more than Wi-Fi is electricity.
Using a solar-powered MiFi personal hotspot (and Verizon's 3G network) to keep in touch, 15 Dartmouth College students are trouping around the country in a big green veggie-powered bus this summer in order to spread the word about emerging green technologies--and how one person can make a difference.
Two Michigan men have been arrested and released on bond after the FBI picked them up for causing damage to a protected computer system -- all from a store parking lot.
Virtual Private Network tunnels supplied via your office, a paid service, or even DIY pave the way to secure connections.
Customers and IT workers alike raised hackles at what they saw as the SOHO wireless vendor's intrusive marketing.
Vonage seeks way out of 'VoIP 101' run, analyst said.
Nimbuzz Android launches; Nokia to enter netbook space; Epson's new Wi-Fi-enabled printer coming this month; Verizon Wireless updates specs for 4G LTE 700MHz; radios you can swallow; Apple looks into exploding iPhones, iPods; smartphone app downloads to triple by 2014; and more.
From a game that leads you through the streets of Venice--and helps control foot traffic--to a Web-based audio tour of New Yorks Museum of Modern Art, Wi-Fi can make information available to tourists in a variety of innovative ways.
Our correspondent goes traveling cross-country with his Wi-Fi devices and reports on what he found.
Our reporter continues his travels with Wi-Fi encountering good and bad service along the way.
As smartphone sales continue to grow, Wi-Fi is emerging as an integral component of the lucrative mobile market, with a recent study showing a triple-digit spike in consumers using the wireless technology to access the Internet on their handsets.
Nokia's new handset is a tri-band GSM device that integrates two color screens, a keypad, a keyboard and, most significantly, Wi-Fi.
Wireless support in Linux has been "good enough" for some time. An all-new WLAN stack promises something better than "o.k."