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Among the most sought after, widely read stories at Wi-Fi Planet are the ones addressing DD-WRT. One reader wrote in recently to ask if we had more than five. More than five? Um...yeah.
Trying to jumpstart the next generation of wireless LAN managers, Planet3 Wireless is providing its WLAN administration curriculum for free to any school that wants it.
News from Tokyo says a new bill might require end-users of Wi-Fi in homes to pay extra fees on wireless products in the future.
Customer demand made the company aggregate 13,000 new hotspots into its hotspot footprint.
One of the nation's oldest business districts has turned to modern technology -- 802.11-compliant public network nodes -- to lure visitors and businesses to the region.
Dual-mode smartphones, such as the iPhone and BlackBerry, are spurring mobile VoIP growth. Some 400 million dual-mode handsets will ship in 2013, according to predictions made recently by researchers.
Columnist Mike Elgan says providing free (instead of subsidized) Wi-Fi to lower-income neighborhoods is "a recipe for disaster."
AT&T's latest high-speed Internet service offers up to 10 Mbps download speed, up to 1.5 Mbps upload speed, and free access to AT&T's Wi-Fi network of more than 17,000 hotspots nationwide.
The Wi-Fi infrastructure start-up deposits another round of venture capital dollars.
UPDATE: As China plans to impose a proprietary encryption scheme for WLANs within its borders, Wi-Fi players are crying foul and asking Washington for help.
Whether or not you believe in Santa Claus, we suspect you believe in the power of giving--or at least, in the power of Wi-Fi. We've assembled a list of the latest and greatest Wi-Fi-related gift ideas, ranging from the most practical to the most playful.
One has distance, the other has speed. Together, they could make a pretty sweet pair.... if they can make the relationship work not just technically, but financially.
The wireless network infrastructure maker opens facilities in the U.K. and France as it pushes for enterprise customers in the fast-growing market.
The chipmaking giant announces its first two private investments to help build its 802.11 empire.
The WISP that famously survived the Internet bust is preparing to embrace modern wireless broadband standards.
The company is adding Quality of Service mechanisms to its latest wireless networking gear to allow for voice over WLAN applications.
Microsoft's new Server 2003 software, announced last month, can be managed remotely with the administrator pack that includes management software running on a Pocket PC with a D-Link 802.11 card to get on the network. If you can get it.
With its new BoltBus service, Greyhound is hoping to lure commuters, students, and business travelers who can benefit from free on-board Wi-Fi access.
Skyhook Wireless and photo-sharing site locr team up to provide better geo-tagging via Wi-Fi Positioning.
Despite good intentions, critics say cities heading down potentially dangerous and expensive road.