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One analyst says that day is coming -- soon -- when 802.11 signals will be too prolific, and will mean the end of Wi-Fi as we know it.
The answer: Everywhere. The latest report from Synergy Research on market share of 802.11 equipment around the globe shows the winners and losers and the overall growth.
At CES, Enfora became the first vendor to announce a way to bring 802.11b to palmOne's Treo smartphones.
Reports out this week peg 802.11 as a 'disruptive technology' (that's a good thing), but one researcher says we're still years away from mass use of public Wi-Fi access unless the providers can truly hit their target audience.
With Western Multiplex under its belt, the company feels confident its new broadband services division has the tools it needs to compete for last-mile provider attention.
The City of Pittsburgh is looking to blow away its smoky steel city image with a state-of-the-art Wi-Fi hotzone.
It's one thing to dominate the landscape of WLANs every where, but here's how Cisco Systems is using wireless to its advantage internally.
Researcher are experimenting with wireless networks that could make a big difference in the ways farmers run their fields and equipment in the very near future.
What can Wi-Fi eavesdroppers see on unsecured networks? The sites you visit, the files you transfer, and your e-mail, for starters. See what's at risk and learn how to protect yourself.
Promising the rollout of home networking hardware this fall, Bill Gates and Co. look to push along the adoption of 802.11 technology.
Bridgewater Systems' Wi-Fi Service Manager product will allow service providers to remotely manage the WLANs of enterprise customers, saving time and money.
A growing number of analysts are beginning to point to the popularity of 802.11 technology as its Achilles heel.
Inarguable this product is the smallest WLAN locater out there; arguably, it's also the best.
From the simple to the drastic, we show you ten ways to get free Wi-Fi access at home and on the road.
JupiterResearch says the price tag for city or county-backed wireless will average $150,000 per square mile.
Public access television could get a boost from low-cost Wi-Fi connections if the tests by a Manhattan organization are any indication.
AeroScout, one of the 'active tag' makers using Wi-Fi for asset tracking, gets a boost by teaming with an established maker of real-time management solutions.
Cingular will allow subscribers to get wireless access to data via both 3G EDGE and Wi-Fi hotspots, utilizing partners like Wayport and Concourse Communications.
The second generation of the PRISMIQ Media Player -- one of the first media adapter products that used 802.11 to transmit video -- will be a full-fledged digital video recorder.
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