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If you're like me, you take your cell phone wherever you go but it always seems like the times you need it most, you don't have any service.
A new agreement between New Zealand Post and Vodafone will lead to a complete redesign of New Zealand Post's network services.
Let's be honest. Paying electricity bills sucks. The amount paid is always too much, and the temperatures in the building are rarely set at a comfortable level.
Google is outfitting Uber vehicles in Philadelphia with free WiFi this summer through Labor Day as an experiment to test out the concept of providing the service inside Uber vehicles.
If you've been waiting for a Wi-Fi router that supports multi-user beamforming, there's now one for sale.
A Chinese airline on Wednesday tested a program to allow passengers to use in-flight Wi-Fi, paving the way for the technology's application in China's booming aviation market.
MegaPath Corporation, one of the leading providers of managed data, voice, security and cloud services in North America, today announced the availability of its Managed WiFi offering, providing distributed organizations with a secure wireless Local Area Network .
If you need more proof that the DIY smart home market is ready to get big, then check this out- Samsung is reported to be buying the home automation company SmartThings.
Red Roof Inn guests will find the fastest Wi-Fi speeds out of any hotel chain in the country, according to a wefi report released yesterday.
Moscow City Hall is planning to equip the city's universities and campuses with free WI-FI but warn that special filters would prevent students from visiting sites with adult content, playing online games or using torrents.
The civic body is planning to create Wi-Fi hotspots in residential colonies, gardens, bus depots and colleges; authorities said services would start only by next year After Shivaji Park got the city's first free Wi-Fi services, the satellite city is set to follow suit.
If you think it would be handy to control your home's lighting through your mobile device but you've still got a box full of ordinary light bulbs in the closet, emberlight bids itself as the solution: a smart socket that lets you control any light bulb with your smartphone.
In just a few short years, in-flight WiFi has gone from a novel idea to an amenity that most passengers just assume is installed when they board.
Powered by Quantenna's award-winning QSR1000 4x4 Multi-User Multiple Input Multiple Output chipset, the ASUS RT-AC87 offers unparalleled speed and range for a superior wireless experience.
Asus is headed to market with a gigabit router, and it's laying claim to the world's first retail device with support for Wave 2 802.11ac WiFi.
The taxi-like, application-based car service is offering wireless Internet for riders in the area.
Sprint recently announced that it is rolling out Wi-Fi calling to the HTC One and HTC One Harmon Kardon Edition.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 02:10 am
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