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Better Wi-Fi for Busy Buildings

Trying to get a reliable Wi-Fi connection in a busy building can be very frustrating, but researchers from Stanford University may just have found a solution that will help you stay collected in a crowded area. The new technology by Stanford researchers may be able to allow everyone in a building to share the same Full Article

What Wireless Network Standard is Right for You?

You may have heard of multiple Wireless Network Standards, but what exactly are they are which one should you look for when setting up your Wi-Fi network? There are ...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

How Beamforming Makes Your Wi-Fi Faster

You may never have heard of beamforming before, but it is a relatively simple concept which could very easily speed up your Wi-Fi connection in the near future. A ...Full Article

Wi-Fi Spreads along New York Subway System

New York City commuters will soon have more chance to stay connected while they travel thanks to increased Wi-Fi and mobile coverage in subway stations. This week, Transit Wireless ...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

Malicious Wi-Fi Chips Found in Chinese Appliances

Is your new toaster giving you malware? Probably not- but this is what’s being reported in Russia after malware-spreading Wi-Fi microchips were discovered inside common household appliances from China. ...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

Network of Mini-Satellites Could Provide Global Wi-Fi Coverage

Although most places in the developed world host enough Wi-Fi networks and mobile data coverage to keep technophiles happy, there are still plenty of places where internet access is ...Full Article