Wi-Fi is the extension of our mobile networks and de facto way we connect.
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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.
AT&T and Fon have announced a partnership to help their customers avoid stiff roaming costs while traveling the globe.
With 30 million students in primary education, 20 million in high school, and 5 million in college, Indonesia's education sector is starting to be taken seriously by the IT vendor community.
Lincoln Financial Field just installed a 45,000-user Wi-Fi network that makes attending NFL games a special treat for iPad-toting football fans.
The increasing trend toward BYOD -- bring your own device -- is causing companies to explore new approaches for solving support, management, and security challenges.
As Robert Heinlein said, TANSTAAFL
In less than a month, Indonesia will host this year's APEC Summit. Find out how over 25,000 high-profile attendees will enjoy ICT services provided by local telcos during the mega global gathering.
Changes to the law in Italy mean the burden of checking wi-fi users' ID has been lifted from pubs, cafes and shops. Could public networks be about to explode in the country?
AVM beefs up its range of 802.11n routers with a two-radio dual-band (2.4GHz and 5GHz), three-stream model that comfortably outperforms its single-radio predecessor.
Internet connectivity in cars will promote better vehicle safety and driving convenience. However the rise of autonomous vehicles also makes vehicles more vulnerable to software hacking, according to IEEE.
Wearable tech, or rather, the buzz surrounding wearable tech, is everywhere. But what isn't everywhere? A market for wearable tech. You can't make something true by creating buzz no matter how cool you think it is.