Tag Archives: wifi

802.11n Wi-Fi: One Size Does Not Fit All

Considering a new notebook or netbook purchase? Of course, you’ll want 802.11n Wi-Fi built-in, but don’t assume that if the label says 802.11n, it’s all you need to know. You could find yourself with an underpowered 802.11n connection. 802.11n is … Read more >

Connecting the Ultra-Mobile Universe with Moorestown

Revolutionizing the ultra-mobile segment of Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) and the future of smart phones, Intel’s next-generation Intel® Atom™ processor, codenamed Moorestown, made a larger-than-life splash at this year’s Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco. Intel Fellow and Chief … Read more >

Come and Get It! Your Personal Wi-Fi Is Ready To Go.

Intel® My WiFi Technology creates a Wi-Fi hotspot around your laptop that lets you print, share, sync and show wirelessly at home or on the go. This not your normal ad-hoc Wi-Fi. With your Intel® My WiFi Personal Area Network(PAN), … Read more >

The Second Wi-Fi Revolution

Guest post by Randy Nickel, Wireless Marketing Director, Mobile Platforms Group By now you take for granted that any notebook (or Netbook) you purchase has Wi-Fi built-in. The essential need for flexible connectivity that made Wi-Fi ubiquitous on notebooks is … Read more >

A Smarter 802.11 Draft-N

I remember when I got my first 802.11b Wi-Fi network at home. Back then 11Mbps easily handled the demands of my small digital world. But the digital contents of my life grew in size. 802.11g Wi-Fi came along with 54Mbps. … Read more >

Next Gen Infotainment at IDF

Many of you are undoubtedly aware of the Intel Developer Forum (IDF), which is taking place this week in San Francisco. Embedded technologies are taking center stage this IDF, and In-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems are a part of this show. … Read more >