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French Regulator to Consult on the use of Unlicensed Radio Spectrum
The French telecoms regulator, Arcep has opened a consultation on the use of unlicensed radio spectrum in the country, chiefly the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Electronic Engineering Times Asia
Geotracking system touts long-range capability
A geotracking system developed by start-up company Iotera possesses long-range power, which can potentially change the way people, animals, and devices are located across cities.
There are many paths to a smart home. And that's the problem.
People always ask me where they can buy a smart home. The answer shows how far the industry needs to come if it wants to serve mainstream consumers.
The Times of India
Soon, Wi-Fi services in urban areas, universities
BJP's poll agenda included creating "islands" where Wi-Fi connectivity will be made available to expedite the e-governance across the broad, particularly in urban areas.
NVIDIA Shield Tablet is a Mobile Gamer's Dream Device
NVIDIA's Shield Tablet delivers the perfect mix of power, portability, and performance.
New York Post
Citya s free WiFi plan knocked offline after contractor goes belly up
A city push to establish free Wi-Fi hotspots in business districts across all five boroughs was knocked offline by the abrupt insolvency of the program's contractor.
CD-R King 4G/LTE Pocket Wi-Fi now available for Php3,990
It comes to no surprise that CD-R King, Pinoy's one-stop-shop for gizmos and accessories, now has offers an open-line 4G/LTE Pocket Wi-Fi that works for both Globe and Smart LTE networks.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Silicon Alley Insider
If You Think 5G Is All About Faster Network Speeds, You're Wrong
The next major network upgrade will solve one of the most aggravating problems we experience today - searching for a reliable, fast connection.
Bluetooth helps us get into internet of things
The wall between the digital world and the real one is about to get a bit thinner, with the smartphones we carry learning to home in on real world beacons that will give them signals to take online action ... sometimes without the owner even noticing.
New Products: Headphones that hang from your ears
You often hear the expression "Just use your head." Panasonic has taken those words to heart with its new RP-BTGS10 Wireless Open Ear Bone Conduction Headphones.
Hotel WiFi Test Ranks Hotels by Wi-Fi Speed and Quality
For many of us, decent Wi-Fi ranks right up there with location and price when it comes to choosing a hotel.
By The Numbers: How Apple's Product Cycles Affect Warranty Charges
's warranty accruals have a large impact on the company's gross margin and profitability.
Emmy Advanced Media
Congress Makes Phone Unlocking Legal in the U.S.
Consumers in the US should soon be able to legally unlock their phones for use on other wireless networks.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Festival tech: Leading the charge
AS YOU REJOIN our story, we've reached the Glastonbury Festival in Somerset. The tent is pitched and it's time to start experimenting with the various gadgets and gizmos that have started to embellish "getting away from it all".
Amazon Fire Phone teardown: You might be sending this one back for repairs
Hoping to poke around in an Fire Phone? According to a teardown from iFixit, there's a security sticker that'll tip Amazon off that you've voided your warranty.
Comparison of Indoor Propagation Modeling of WiFi Coverage Using Wireless InSite and Measurements
Modeling radio frequency transmission coverage in complex indoor environments requires high-fidelity 3D models and advanced electromagnetic calculations.
InMotion Wireless lands Boston-area rail system Wi-Fi contract
A new Wi-Fi system will be installed by Inmotion throughout the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's network of 14 commuter rail lines.
IoT inspires new components for energy, wireless
The expected boom in demand for small, often isolated devices in the Internet of Things is driving developers to craft new types of components.
McIntosh, Sonus Faber, and Wadia Choose DTS Play-Fi Wireless Audio Ecosystem
DTS, Inc. , a leader in high-definition audio solutions and audio enhancement technologies, today announced that the McIntosh, Sonus Faber, and Wadia brands are the latest to join the DTS Play-Fi ecosystem via a collaboration with Fine Sounds Group, a leading provider of premium audio systems and speaker products to the CE market.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Customer Interaction Solutions
Kerr & Wagstaffe Obtains Patent Trial Victory in East Texas Wi-Fi Litigation
Kerr & Wagstaffe LLP achieved a major trial victory for Australia's national science agency, the Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organisation , in a patent infringement case concerning CSIRO's foundational Wi-Fi patent that underlies the Following a bench trial earlier this year in which Kerr & Wagstaffe attorney Michael Ng served as ... (more)