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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 sipping your latte? If you want to keep your data safe, there are a few steps that any public Wi-Fi user should keep in mind at Full Article

Europol Warns About Wi-Fi Hotspot Dangers

The European Union’s law enforcement agency is taking measures to inform people about the possible dangers involved in connecting to a public Wi-Fi hotspot. Europol’s cybercrime center reports a ...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

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

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

How WiGig is Going to Change Wireless Internet

The latest innovation in Wi-Fi technology makes a lot of promises about the future of wireless internet connections, but what exactly is the new system being referred to as ...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

Gogo Eyes International Flight Wi-Fi Service

In-Flight Wi-Fi is a fairly common commodity in North America, available on flights with Delta, United, American Airlines, and Virgin America, but now airborne internet providers Gogo are starting ...Full Article

The West Virginia Town Where Wi-Fi is Banned

Tired of the constant buzz and glow of electronic devices? You might try planning a holiday to the little town of Green Bank, West Virginia, where cellphones, Wi-Fi and ...Full Article

4 in 5 Travelers Fear Unsecured Wi-Fi Connections

As the holiday travel season draws closer, a new survey by AnchorFree has revealed that a growing number of travellers are concerned about the security of public Wi-Fi connections ...Full Article
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