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Submerged Wi-Fi Network to Create ‘Deep Sea Internet’

A team of researchers from the University of Buffalo, New York, is experimenting with Wi-Fi internet capable of transmitting through the water via sound waves. If they are successful, the underwater internet could mean more accurate broadcasts of sea conditions and tsunami warnings. Typically, Wi-Fi internet transmits data across radio waves, which is a perfectly Full Article

Borrow Unused Bandwidth with BeWifi

In all likelihood, you don’t use your home Wi-Fi to its full capacity for the entire day, and neither do your neighbors. BeWifi is a new solution by Telefonica ...Full Article

Delta to Introduce In-Flight Wi-Fi Expansion

As one of the first airlines to employ Gogo’s Wi-Fi service on their flights, Delta has been offering its passengers internet connectivity for some time, but the service is ...Full Article

Hackers Use Fake Wi-Fi Networks to Scam Users

There is more reason than ever to be wary of using an unsecured public network now that cybercriminals are using duplicate networks to lure in unwary users. If you ...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

Greek Government Plans Nationwide Free Wi-Fi

Good news for internet users in Greece! This week, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras announced a government plan to create Wi-Fi coverage throughout the whole of Greece, granting free ...Full Article

Buying a new router? Here’s what to look for!

If better Wi-Fi speed is what you really want from Santa, you might consider taking matters into your own hands and investing in a new router, particularly if your ...Full Article

Two-Thirds of Americans Prefer Wi-Fi to Cellular

A recent survey by Deloitte has revealed that nearly two-thirds of Americans prefer to connect their smartphones to Wi-Fi networks as opposed to the cellular networks offered by providers. ...Full Article

Startup Receives $15million to Cure Wi-Fi Worries

California-based startup Kumu Networks has just received $15 million in funding from Third Point Ventures to further develop their new Wi-Fi technology. The innovation by Kumu Networks has the ...Full Article

Miami to receive 75,000 web-enabled streetlights

Florida’s Miami-Dade county region is to receive 75,000 networked streetlights, in a move that will completely revolutionise its infrastructure. The lights will be linked through a wireless “mesh” network, ...Full Article
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