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Sprint 4G LTE Wireless Coverage Expands to 40 More Cities

With subscribers practically banging down the doors for more data and faster mobile connections, Sprint has expanded its 4G LTE network to include another 40 cities around the US. This means that no fewer than 340 cities are currently able to make use of the superfast mobile connection network. Sprint has already had most of Full Article

Sochi Olympic Visitors Warned about Hacking ‘Minefield’

Over the last week, reports have already begun to surface over the apparently substandard accommodations at the Sochi Winter Olympics, but now it seems that there are bigger problems ...Full Article

What is a Dark Fiber Network?

Although the title sounds a little bit on the ominous side, a dark fiber network simply refers to an internet connection which is established using previously idle fiber-optic cables. ...Full Article

Google’s Project Loon Explained

Google’s Project Loon is an ambitious scheme to bring high-speed internet connectivity to the entire world. With Google’s Project Loon team continually looking to test and advance the parameters ...Full Article

Millions of Americans Still Without Internet Access

A recent study by the Pew Research Center has revealed that there are still millions of people around the US who live lives completely disconnected from the advancing online ...Full Article

Kansas City Residents Get Second Chance for Fiber

Residents of Kansas City who missed registration for the first roll out of Google’s super-fast Fiber internet service have the chance to sign themselves up for the service again. ...Full Article

LiFi Internet Could Be Ten times Faster than Wi-Fi

One of the most intriguing new technologies showcased at CES 2014 in Las Vegas was undoubtedly LiFi- the data transfer method which could completely revolutionize the way we use ...Full Article

Wi-Fi Passport Goes Live in Indonesia

A new service rolled out by Google in Jakarta, Indonesia is aimed at providing affordable Wi-Fi internet to Android users. The service- called Wi-Fi Passport- will allow users to ...Full Article

Google’s Hometown Wi-Fi Failing

In 2006, with a fair deal of excitement, Google launched a scheme which would bring citywide free Wi-Fi internet to its hometown of Mountain View, California. Seven years after ...Full Article

Wi-Fi Sharing Service Fon Arrives in US

Over 12 million people around the world are already signed up to Wi-Fi hotspot network Fon, but the connection-sharing company now has its sights set on America as its ...Full Article