LiFi’s blazingly fast connectivity uses LEDs
Nov 5, 2013 3:45 PM
Unlike traditional WiFi routers which use radio signals, this system relies on light to send and receive data wirelessly.
Read the related article:
'LiFi' uses LEDs for blazing fast data transfer
Recent and Recommended Videos
Cook your meals low and slow on the go with Belkin's smartphone-controlled crockpot.
Dustcloud launches a Kickstarter campaign at CES to fund the game and its social network.
If you've ever longed for a keyboard for your iPad mini or phone that's vaguely suggestive of a pasta shell, perhaps the TrewGrip is for you.
Eight cores? Sixteen cores? Try 192 cores, powering the next generation of Nvidia's mobile hardware.
Sen.se's Mother doll connects to up to 24 programmable 'cookies' to alert you when certain conditions are met - or not.
Kolibree's sensor-packed electric toothbrush knows exactly when you're naughty and nice (to your teeth).
With CES 2014 about to begin, here are the people and companies we're keeping an eye on at this year's show.
The Salinas circle was part of the launch of the company's new Tegra K1 chip