With new data breaches popping up in the news on a regular basis, it’s no secret that there are people exploiting network vulnerabilities when they find them. Large companies and credit card processors aren’t the only hot targets for hackers … Read more >
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Despite the advances in cellular data transfer speeds and coverage, Wi-Fi continues to be the primary hub for mobile device data. In addition to being the dominant method of connectivity for current mobile users, trends like the Internet of Things … Read more >
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Setting up a fast, stable Wi-Fi network in your home can be the difference between smiles and frowns. Speakers, TVs, gaming consoles, printers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, and a plethora of additional wireless accessories are all competing for a precious slice … Read more >
Advances in technology have produced a comfortable wireless computing experience that allows us the ability to move beyond the tethers of Ethernet cables, but we still have a few more steps before we can confidently say, “We’re wire free.” The … Read more >
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As the enterprise integrates BYOD and mobility strategies, the burden placed on wireless access points in companies has increased exponentially. In the past, employees connected to wireless networks on one primary device such as a laptop, and 802.11b/g/n routers were … Read more >
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With more and more mobile device manufacturers including Wi-Fi call capabilities in their products, and major mobile carriers competing to offer free Wi-Fi calls, now is a good time to familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of this new … Read more >
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Even with new 802.11ac wireless technology available to device manufacturers, many companies are still putting older, slower 802.11bgn wireless cards in their devices. From laptops to smart TVs, it’s important to know exactly what you’re getting before you buy. 802.11b/g/n … Read more >
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The fast-approaching “Internet of Things” is already placing unforeseen burdens on older wireless access points. Now that almost every new device has some kind of wireless connectivity, it’s becoming very clear why you should upgrade to devices featuring 802.11ac Wi-Fi. … Read more >
Following in the steps of other major mobile device manufacturers, Apple has finally included 802.11ac wireless technology in the iPhone 6. Faster wireless connectivity is always a good thing, but if your phone’s Wi-Fi is faster than your laptop, you … Read more >
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Computing just got a whole lot smaller and quieter — fanless, to be precise — with the new Intel® Core™ M processor. This new 14 nanometer processor pushes the envelope in thinner and lighter device designs! Wi-Fi connectivity also just … Read more >
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Until recently, 802.11n wireless was great for home Wi-Fi. However, as we add more devices and users to our networks, we get slower individual connections due to increases in bandwidth demand. 802.11n was great when all we were connecting were … Read more >
New wireless announcements this week at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) have the tech community energized. Live demonstrations of seamless docking with WiGig as well as wireless charging are fueling developer imaginations. The announcements make Intel’s position on a wireless … Read more >
Today’s digital life is all about wireless connections. We increasingly depend on this wireless technology to connect our lives. Our cloud-based computing demands more from Wi-Fi connections than ever before. Yet, when was the last time you thought about the … Read more >
Evolving wireless technology may soon provide users a truly wire-free computing experience. With advances in wireless charging and data transfer capabilities, you’ll soon be able to remove all the clutter of wires for power, display connectors, and other device peripherals. … Read more >
If you’re like most college students living off campus, you probably have a few roommates. Roommates are great — until they do something annoying, like leaving their dishes in the sink, or worse, hog the Wi-Fi. Do you notice buffering … Read more >
New wireless-enabled 802.11ac devices are leaving their predecessors in the dust. Data transfer rate comparisons between 802.11ac and 802.11bgn show big improvements in the newer technology. Keeping Up With The Joneses Take this possible scenario: Twin brothers Ben and Bob … Read more >
Is your business prepared for the next wave of tech challenges brought on by the consumerization of IT? Consumer adoption rates for new technology have far outstripped the enterprise, which means your employees are already comfortable using new devices and … Read more >
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It’s a Thursday evening. You’re on the computer, catching up on tasks and work correspondence. Your spouse is on a tablet device, keeping in touch with family and friends over video chat. Your youngest child is on a smartphone, playing … Read more >
The phrase seems to be everywhere technology is considered — the Internet of Things (IoT) — a simple description for a vast and uncharted world of devices that will soon be sending and receiving data at a rate that is … Read more >
At the center of any Wi-Fi network is a device called an access point (AP). The AP connects Wi-Fi devices (laptops, tablets, phones, etc.) to the broadband link to the Internet. Many households may refer to this a simply a … Read more >