New service offers to help businesses provide free Wi-Fi in exchange for invaluable social marketing.
Short-distance wireless groups supporting NFC and Bluetooth have agreed to jointly create greater interoperability between the complementary technologies.
In-flight Wi-fi is a boon for business travelers, but the service is priced so that only the most desperate are willing to take advantage of it.
It focuses the signal for faster transmission, and it's built into many of the latest 802.11ac routers.
Unlike traditional Wi-Fi routers which use radio signals, this system relies on light to send and receive data wirelessly.
The wireless signal from Aidan's router doesn't reach throughout the house. Here are a few ways to fix the problem.
While you're munching on your third hot dog, an army is at work behind the scenes, armed with serious tech, to give you a modern sports spectacle.
More hotels, shops and other businesses will soon be offering free Wi-Fi to customers if they agree in return to "check-in" at the business from their Facebook account.
Security-savvy mobile-device users are increasingly casting a skeptical eye on public Wi-Fi, and now the vendor consortium behind the wireless standard wants to make logging in via that coffee shop network a bit safer.
Communications chipmaker Broadcom announced an 802.11ac/5G chip that will let cars sync better with mobile devices, and stream audio and video from those devices to multiple in-car displays. But don't get too excited: Cars that will use the chip have yet to be announced, and their longer development cycle means it could take a while to see such well-connected cars in dealerships near you.