Wi-Fi is the extension of our mobile networks and de facto way we connect.
Articles about Wi-Fi
Like a lot of public wi-fi systems, the ones in schools are usually unencrypted and require a login. Don't confuse the login with security of the connection.
ABC News ran a story of a hacked baby monitor for the visceral fear it provokes. A more useful interpretation of the events is to warn of the dangers of default passwords.
SEAT 2013 is the premier sports executive conference. It stands for Sports Entertainment Alliance in Technology and 450 sports execs gather to discuss and share best practices and issues impact the entire sports world and are worth looking at for CRM and social - customer facing strategies and tactics. Take a gander.
ICT Ministry to provide more than 400,000 free hotspots next year, with state-owned TOT in charge of providing Wi-Fi equipment, managing and maintaining the network.
Gigabit Wi-Fi access points are due to cross the one million device mark by year's end.
Internode has won contract with the South Australian government to extend free Wi-Fi coverage throughout the Adelaide CBD.
Starbucks puts Google wi-fi on the menu after ditching former supplier AT&T.
German router manufacturer AVM adds LTE support to a pair of 802.11n models and introduces a new case design.
Japanese government allocates 2500MHz spectrum to KDDI because it offers better utilization plans for frequency assets inside buildings and tunnels. Softbank lodges petition against decision, with its president "prepared to die" to voice its objections.
A little cross country travel makes one realize that connectivity is essential. A lot of cross country travel makes one realize that connectivity is sparse at best. A connected nation is a safer nation.
Google's latest scheme? Spending $600,000 on free Wi-Fi public services.
Apple is rolling out a software update for its latest edition of the MacBook Air, including fixes concerning Wi-Fi and Adobe Photoshop.
Well, no. These blue boxes are smaller on the inside...
So far, 2,000 locations have already been connected with free Wi-Fi networks in the country, and the number will rise to 12,000 by 2017, so citizens can get better access to the Internet.
Certification and the first shipping devices mean that 802.11ac is available and worth using, but there's plenty more functionality still to come.