Samsung is ready to commercialize wireless technology that can handle transfer speeds of up to 575MB per second. A 1GB movie could be streamed in less than three seconds at this speed.
Need Fast, reliable and inexpensive WiFi on the move? Pre-order the Karma Go Hotspot and forget your connectivity worries, at the Android Authority Deals Store.
Power consumption affects all Android users, these three Android customization tips using Tasker will help you save some battery life to get your though your day. Learn how and when to kill WiFi, Bluetooth and Background Sync.
An important aspect to Android customization is having the right files in the right place, we show you this Thursday how to use WiFi File Transfer Pro to wirelessly swap files between your computer and your Android Device.
Comcast plans to turn wireless Internet routers in private homes around the country into publicly available Wi-Fi hotspots. Comcast will offer Wi-Fi from roughly 8 million hotspots in 19 of the largest U.S. cities. About 3 million of the hotspots were expected to be active by this week.
Time Warner Cable has had a tense relationship with the city of Los Angeles and its residents for several years now if not longer. Now the city wants to provide free Wi-Fi to its denizens.
Pylon is a Kickstarter project that aims to simplify how you maintain your WiFi network, doing away with passwords and opening up your network to improved media sharing, all without compromising on security.
Starbucks is often viewed as a great place to drop in, have a pick-me-up, and use free WiFi. If that’s your M.O., Google has made life a little bit better for you. Starting in August, Google will team up with Starbucks to bring faster WiFi speeds to all 7,000 company operated locations throughout the US.
We are in the golden era of mobile technology, and the industry isn’t resting on its laurels. While Apple may have started this industry on a new path, its reign at the top may soon be over.
Instabridge is a Swedish company that’s invented something so simple, and so awesome, that you’ve got to wonder what took this industry so long! Here’s how it works: You install the Instabridge application on your smartphone, connect it to your Facebook account, and now pretty much anyone you’re friends with can join your WiFi network without having to enter that crazy long alphanumeric password you can’t remember.