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Will there be a battle royal for municipal wireless control by the Bay, or is it a tempest in a teacup?
ABI predicts that 802.11n will soon dominate the consumer electronics market.
Performing security due diligence or paying fines in White Plains.
Texas Instruments is introducing a coexistence packages made up of Bluetooth and 802.11 silicon that will work simultaneously while in the same device.
Fly the wireless skies: a test is in place in Lufthansa's Frankfurt to Washington D.C. flights providing passengers with in-the-air wireless Internet access.
Research told the company that WLANs are perceived as the biggest productivity improvement expected for the next five years.
Big Blue releases a managed, wireless intrusion-detection service, offering security from man-in-the-middle attacks, denial-of-service scenarios, address-spoofing and encryption breaches.
When a historic building near the U.S. Capitol needed Internet access, it took more than wireless to supply it -- they needed to piggy-back on the power line infrastructure.
The telecom will provide access to 2,100 hotspots in airports, hotels and convention centers by year's end.
A new architecture currently in development will allow Bluetooth to harness Wi-Fi and eventually UWB to achieve greater data transfer rates.
Wireless LANs are meant to provide roaming, and most expect it to be seamless. Here's how it really impacts wireless applications.
The company adds 802.11b wireless networking to a recently introduced Actius model.
The consumer electronics giant will start selling the Nexio XP30, a handheld PC with integrated Wi-Fi, a large screen and a tablet design, next month.
The computer maker has introduced two new notebooks under $1100, one with 802.11b built-in.
WEP and wardriving probably sound quaint to modern ears, but that doesn't mean the Wi-Fi security landscape is that much safer. Bad clients, evil twins and wireless phishing should provide plenty to keep network security busy.
Companies like BT Syntegra are responding to the trends and pressures in the hotspot market -- such as free access in hotels and beyond -- by making 'own-branding' a bigger part of the business model.
Updated: Without admitting there is a "known" exploit, Apple has released new software to prevent drive-by Wi-Fi attacks on all current Macs.
San Francisco Bay Area commuters will soon have the ability to access fee-based Wi-Fi Internet access from BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) trains and stations.
iPass's semi-annual Wi-Fi Hotspot Index demonstrates rapid increase in global hotspot usage.
We share tips on the main tasks involved with setting up a wireless network for a small business or organization. We discuss planning, hardware, security and file sharing.