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San Francisco Gets a Taste of Free Wi-Fi

It seems that the City by the Bay is the next in the growing list of cities to invest in a major public Wi-Fi network, with free internet going live in key areas of the city as of last Friday. San Francisco visitors and residents alike will now be able to enjoy an extensive three-mile Full Article

Winter Olympics Host City Sets Up Massive 54Tbps Network

The Russian coastal city of Sochi is busily preparing to host the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in February; along with a sprawling brand new Olympic park, the city is ...Full Article

FCC May Overhaul US Phone System

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is currently considering ridding the country of its traditional copper wire system in favor of a more modern network based on Internal Protocol. This ...Full Article

Airfy to Give Free Wi-Fi in Exchange for Watching Ads

A German company has unveiled an innovative new product which may be able to provide Wi-Fi to users in public for a relatively unobtrusive fee. Dubbed Airfly, the project ...Full Article

Protect Yourself on Public Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi has become a fixture in many public places including malls, coffee shops, and airport lounges- but how safe is that network you log on to when you’re ...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

FCC to Open Military Frequencies to Wireless Users

The demand for wireless connectivity is on the rise, but frequencies to run those connections on are limited and getting very clogged up by the rush of daily traffic. ...Full Article

Fon’s Crowdsourced Wi-Fi Network Picks up $14 Million Investment

Crowdsourced Wi-Fi networks can be a great way to stay connected when you’re out and about in a busy area; on a network like Fon, users share their Wi-Fi ...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

T-Mobile “Software Issues” Cause Slow Network Speeds

T-Mobile CEO John Legere confirmed that a number of American customers saw slower mobile connection speeds as the network experienced a “minor software issue” this week. The T-Mobile CEO ...Full Article