Don't-Miss Networking Stories
Takeoff? Landing? In-flight? It's all the same under Southwest's new gate-to-gate Wi-Fi policy.
Mobile device chips coming next year from Qualcomm will be able to use wide spectrum bands that carriers are beginning to patch together with new technology, but its lofty performance claims need to be taken with a grain of salt.
Google has kicked off a project to build high-speed fiber-optic networks in parts of the world that lack fast broadband connections, starting with the Ugandan capital, Kampala.
Funds will help to develop Galileo-enabled chipsets and receivers.
Netgear and AT&T 'unite' to create a new mobile hotspot device which can connect up to 15 devices.
The group spearheaded by Microsoft and others will push for access to unused spectrum.
Short-distance wireless groups supporting NFC and Bluetooth have agreed to jointly create greater interoperability between the complementary technologies.
The Open Compute Project this week announced that it is considering four contributions for development of an open, operating system-agnostic data center switch it announced six months ago.
With its new-found focus on IP networking and fast broadband access, Alcatel-Lucent is poised to take advantage of a worldwide explosion in mobile devices and the rush of service providers and operators to the cloud, company executives said at the networking vendor's tech symposium this week.
The mobile app will help users measure the broadband speed they get, providing aggregate data to FCC.
The European Commission gave airlines permission to offer their passengers Internet access via 3G and 4G connections while in flight.
The networking giant expects its revenue this quarter to fall between 8 percent and 10 percent from a year earlier.
It's a rare miss for the networking giant, which is considered one of the bellwethers of the tech industry.
The future of the Web is encryption, though there are still some technical details to work out.