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São Paulo Wi-Fi Scheme Cheaper than Expected

The city of São Paulo, Brazil is currently in the process of tendering a system of Wi-Fi hotspots coordinated in strategic locations. The good news for city officials is that the final contract for the installation of the public Wi-Fi service is 40% lower than it was originally expected to cost. The initiative is part Full Article

Broadband Prices Still Too High for Many around the World

  As super-speed internet services like Google Fiber roll out in towns and cities across America, broadband is still a distant dream for people around the world. A new ...Full Article

Cable Still King in US Connection Market

Internet connections have now been adopted by over four-fifths of homes within the United States, but of the multiple types of broadband available, cable networks definitely reign supreme. According ...Full Article

Dish and Sprint Test LTE Broadband Internet in Texas

Sprint has teamed up with satellite television provider Dish to develop a trial service for a wireless network in Corpus Christi, Texas. Following a negative corporate relationship throughout this ...Full Article

“White Space” Signals May Be the Key to Connecting Africa

Although Africa is the second-largest continent on the planet, both in terms of land mass and population, only a small portion of people have access to the internet. As ...Full Article

China may Replace Wi-Fi with Li-Fi

Scientists in China have successfully developed a method of connectivity known as Li-Fi, which allows data to be transferred via light, rather than the traditional radio frequencies. The new ...Full Article

Could Wi-Fi be Harmful to Health?

It’s a question that is inevitably asked of every piece of technology the more common it becomes: is this safe? From cellphones to microwaves, new technology always comes with ...Full Article

What is WPA2 Wi-Fi?

If you want to connect to a public Wi-Fi network, or even set up a network of your own, then WPA2 is something you certainly need to consider. A ...Full Article

US Lags Behind in Fiber-Optic Connection Race

Although the US has the highest number of fiber-optic broadband connections in the world, the technology is being adopted at a relatively slow pace in comparison to some other ...Full Article

Beyond the Four Walls Builds Internet Cafes in Nepal

In the landlocked Himalayan country of Nepal, it is estimated that only 1 in every 10 people has access to the internet; entrepreneur and filmmaker Stefan Wolf has founded ...Full Article