Wi-Fi is the extension of our mobile networks and de facto way we connect.
Articles about Wi-Fi
It's fast, it has a super-strong signal and it's blue and black like Linksys devices from the old days. Unfortunately the software hasn't advanced as quickly as the hardware.
Air China, the country’s national flag carrier, said more passengers will soon be able to enjoy free broadband browsing services at 32,000 feet after a successful trial run on Wednesday.
Connecting to a wireless network just got that little bit easier, thanks to NFC support. No, that doesn't include you, iPhone users.
Here is a piece of news from the FCC that has a better chance at making everyone happy, not to mention connected.
Social enterprise Nepal Wireless has connected 175 faraway villages to the Internet, giving a boost to education, telemedicine, and local businesses. The next step is leveraging local cloud services to bring down costs.
Because unified communications represents one of the most important trends in networking in the last decade, this series introduces you to Microsoft's Office Communications Server 2007 (OCS 2007)....
Following the success of offering free Wi-Fi at Flinders Station, the Victorian government has announced expressions of interests to deliver free public Wi-Fi in central Melbourne.
Both Virgin Australia and Qantas have reported profit losses for the first half of the 2014 financial year, but have each committed to strategies that they believe will help ensure their businesses will be future-ready.
Well-known cable and tech firms have announced the formation of a coalition to expand access to Wi-Fi networks.
The tech giant is working on technology that will make data transfer ten times as fast as Google Fiber.
This is fast, that's over there; does bandwidth or signal strength matter more? Here's what I discovered.
Telco UPC is planning to have 500,000 of its customers sharing their networks before too long.
In a bid to revive its fortunes, the state-owned carrier plans to offer inflight connectivity for both international and domestic flights for a fee.
Qualcomm, Google and Deutsche Telekom are among those investing in the company.
Don't hassle your customers by making them log into Facebook or Twitter to get to the free Wi-Fi. The right way is simple, but not necessarily intuitive.