Category Archives: Mobile Devices

Consumers Dictate the Growing Importance of Hotel Wi-Fi

At the end of 2014, Marriott and the American Hospitality & Lodging Association made waves by petitioning the FCC for the right to block personal Wi-Fi hotspots at their venues. The backlash was immediate and fierce. Everyone from consumer advocates … Read more >

Cordcutters Rejoice — Intel® Wireless Docking Is Here

Let’s face it — cords aren’t cute. Every time you connect your laptop or 2-in-1 to your external display you spend precious time fumbling around with clumsy cords or rummaging around in a bin full of random adapters looking for … Read more >

Intel® Partners With LG® To Build The Industry’s First 4K Wireless Display Solution

Wireless display capabilities have grown leaps and bounds in recent months. To take the new cord-cutting technology to the next level, Intel partnered with LG® to release the industry’s first wireless displays supporting full 4K UHD video streaming. This industry-leading … Read more >

CES 2015 – 360 degree viewing, 4K video, and new storage options drive Thunderbolt usage among consumers

Many of the emerging trends at this year’s 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) are products that are meant to capture and playback ever increasing resolutions of video and image data.  Now more than ever, technology can be put into consumers’ … Read more >

Meeting the Wi-Fi Demands of a Mobile-First Generation

As new mobile devices and laptops increasingly support fast 802.11ac wireless, the demand on institutions to keep up by delivering better wireless speeds and capacities has dramatically increased. The “GenMobile” workforce is pushing for greater flexibility and freedom in the … Read more >

Better, Faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi is Here — Shouldn’t It Be In Your New PC?

Many manufacturers are still putting outdated 802.11bgn wireless technology in new devices despite the fact that the technology is almost 8 years old and has since been replaced by 802.11ac Wi-Fi, which is 3x faster and more stable. Since this … Read more >