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WISP – the next wireless internet service

Currently most Internet users get service from either a telephone company or a cable company, i.e. through physical connections. The invention of WISP will see an end to that. A WISP (wireless Internet Service provider) doesn’t require a wire or a cable to connect, meaning that all is needed is a tower-mounted antenna to transmit 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

Meet the world’s first internet-controlled oven

If you’ve ever worried about a late lunch because you haven’t made it home from the supermarket yet, fear not! The Dacor Discovery iQ is here to remedy just that. ...Full Article

Facebook posing new threat to wireless carriers

Though the seemingly random $2 billion acquisition of Oculus VR clouded Facebook’s previous (and almost equally mysterious) purchase of messaging app WhatsApp, some interesting details are emerging. In Europe, ...Full Article

Google working on wireless carrier services

According to reports, Google is considering launching a wireless carrier service. This comes after the tech giant reportedly met with Verizon to discuss the possibility of launching its own ...Full Article

AT&T set to make waves with new “Sponsored Data”

Wireless provider AT&T has announced a new program called “Sponsored Data”, which promises to have a big impact on the US wireless market. “Sponsored Data” would permit companies pay ...Full Article

T-Mobile to purchase 700MHZ band from Verizon to boost LTE coverage

The war between AT&T and T-Mobile is raging, and the latter has just thrown down the gauntlet. The wireless network quality, the company announced, would be improved significantly through ...Full Article

New York Wireless Problems Almost Fixed- Verizon

After being overwhelmed by traffic in almost 50 cell sites across its New York network, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam has stated that the wireless carrier is finally back in ...Full Article

FCC Rakes in $1.5 Billion for Wireless Spectrum

Late last week, the Federal Communications Commission concluded its auction for a large block of wireless spectrum, taking a final total of $1.564 billion from as-yet unnamed bidders. The ...Full Article

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. ...Full Article