Wi-Fi is the extension of our mobile networks and de facto way we connect.
Articles about Wi-Fi
Ahead of the national elections to be held next year and in order gain votes, the government has finally cleared a proposal for Internet and Wi-Fi access in rural India.
The city will invest $3.5mi in the roll-out of free internet across the city
Fans prove eager to use smartphones, tablets to access interactive content during matches using custom large-scale WiFi system – but will it keep them from staying home instead?
If you hate HDMI cables, a Copenhagen-based startup has a wireless HDMI prototype device that could do away with the need for wires.
With headcount still in single digits, indoor positioning startup Walkbase has landed €3m in funding and is setting its sights on Europe.
Aruba is benefiting as 802.11ac wireless networks are being deployed in the enterprise.
Unless U.S. wireless carriers voluntarily agree on the rights of consumers to unlock their phones, the FCC has stipulated it will make rules to enforce a general policy.
The new service is being trialed in Jakarta, allowing users via an Android app to hop on Wi-Fi hotspots for free or at affordable rates.
Using technology dubbed Li-Fi, scientists have pulled off getting online four computers under a one-watt LED lightbulb, which could eventually be a more cost-effective alternative to Wi-Fi in the country.
And now that it's October, it's also prime time for the deluge of all things related to the holiday season.
Ready your engines (and mobile devices) as an FAA advisory panel has given Wi-Fi the all clear below 10,000 feet.
Microsoft's first LTE-enabled Surface 2 tablets will debut on AT&T and Vodafone.
This month's edition stems from a new Android app with a unique concept that is hampered by an awkward introduction.
The end of the laptops in schools program in Australian schools could see schools turn en masse to BYOD programs to fill the gap in funding for student tablets and laptop PCs.
Research firm IDC says mobile device sales have dipped for two consecutive quarters in Australia and New Zealand.