The UK’s Computer Misuse Act 1990 implies that it might be illegal if you guessed your neighbor’s Wi-Fi password.
A grandmother has spent over $6000 “WiFi-proofing” her house for supposed health reasons.
20 people are suing Google for capturing private data from Wi-Fi networks through Google’s Street View Cars.
A passenger created a Wi-Fi hotspot named “Bomb on Board.”
Wi-fi backscatter is a new technology that could potentially power battery-free devices for use in the Internet of Things.
Work on 802.11ax Wi-Fi has started and it could offer amazing per device speeds. But don’t hold your breath, it won’t be ratified until 2019!
Because of Android’s “Back up my data” service, Google knows the passwords to all the Wi-Fi networks you access and the NSA can get at that data too. The simplest option right now is to de-activate the service, but how many users will bother?
A new Sony Google TV device, (product number NSZ-G8), has recently received Wi-Fi certification, but it hasn’t been officially announced by Sony yet.
AT&T and Boingo Wireless are teaming up to bring their customers a wider level of Wi-Fi access while traveling abroad. Although this might sound like a good deal for customers, it comes with a catch for AT&T users.
A Wi-Fi issue seems to be affecting a variety of Nexus devices (Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Galaxy Nexus) running Android 4.2 and Android 4.2.1, with Google reluctant to call it a software issue.