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Galaxy S8 or LG G6: which are you most looking forward to?

by Robert Triggs 15 hours ago57 comments

Is launching an Android One phone in the US a good idea?

by John Callaham 1 day ago32 comments

The current state of custom ROM development

by Dane O'Leary 1 day ago33 comments

Meizu M3 Max review

by Bailey Stein 2 days ago3 comments
42 articles

Smartphone Wi-Fi speeds set to dramatically increase in 2017

The Wi-Fi Alliance has been cooking up a certification program for its WiGig technology, which means Wi-Fi top speeds will be almost twice as fast on compatible devices in 2017.
by Scott Adam GordonOctober 25, 201616

Raspberry Pi 3 review

The Pi 3 has a better CPU plus built-in Wi-Fi & Bluetooth. Is it a worthwhile upgrade? Is the now the best time to buy your first Pi board? Let's find out.
by Gary SimsMarch 16, 201616

SanDisk announces the Connect Wireless Stick, a personal Wi-Fi media server/USB flash drive

SanDisk has a new USB flash drive that doubles as a personal Wi-Fi media server perfect for streaming, storing, and sharing files between your PC and phone.
by Matthew BensonJuly 17, 20152

Researchers charge a fitness tracker using Wi-Fi

Researchers from the University of Washington have managed to harvest power from regular Wi-Fi signals at distances of 20 feet, using their technology called PoWi-Fi.
by Robert TriggsJune 8, 20155
 
 

Hotels ask the FCC if they can control all customer Wi-Fi activity

Hotels believe that even though signal jammers are banned by the FCC, such banning does not apply to the unlicensed frequencies of Wi-Fi.
by William Neilson JrDecember 30, 20149

In the UK, stealing your neighbor’s Wi-Fi is common

The UK’s Computer Misuse Act 1990 implies that it might be illegal if you guessed your neighbor's Wi-Fi password.
by William Neilson JrOctober 24, 201427

Grandmother spends over $6,000 to block Wi-Fi and cellular signals in her house

A grandmother has spent over $6000 "WiFi-proofing" her house for supposed health reasons.
by William Neilson JrOctober 23, 201467

Two hard drives may decide Google’s fate in data collection lawsuit

20 people are suing Google for capturing private data from Wi-Fi networks through Google's Street View Cars.
by William Neilson JrOctober 1, 20147

Southwest passenger creates Wi-Fi hotspots like “Bomb On Board”

A passenger created a Wi-Fi hotspot named "Bomb on Board."
by William Neilson JrSeptember 15, 201422

Researchers reveal new Wi-Fi tech that can power battery-free IoT devices

Wi-fi backscatter is a new technology that could potentially power battery-free devices for use in the Internet of Things.
by Andrew GrushAugust 11, 20143
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