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Rob Enderle
Who's Winning the Latest Tech Industry Battles?
12/10/18 11:02 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2462 Words

I found that at an event, when the WiFi got saturated, I generally could connect to the Verizon network and get adequate bandwidth (that solution did vary in effectiveness, because a ton of people apparently were on that network as well). For most,...

John Mason
How to Use a VPN for Safer Online Shopping
12/04/18 11:43 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1891 Words

KRACK Attacks
A KRACK (key reinstallation attack) is a severe replay attack on the WiFi Protected Access protocol that secures WiFi connections.

An attacker gradually matches encrypted packets seen before and learns the full keychain used to encrypt the...

Norty Cohen
Did Marketers Underestimate Their Competition in 2018?
12/05/18 10:40 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1188 Words

Starbucks has a simple form on its website entitled "My Starbucks Idea." This began in 2013 -- and the company has created 277 products from more than 150,000 suggestions, including free WiFi, splash sticks, cake pops and pumpkin spiced lattes.


Jack M. Germain
Void Linux: Built From Scratch for Full Independence
11/29/18 11:31 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1811 Words

Void Linux is a bit out of the ordinary. It offers an unusually interesting alternative to many of the traditional...

Jack M. Germain
Users Rate 'Creep Factor' in New Privacy-Security Product Guide
11/16/18 11:57 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1364 Words

Although typical consumers have a low chance of being breached, this awareness helps with their overall cyberposture -- for example, proper home router and WiFi configuration, or securing their laptops.

"As with any buyers guide, do not let it lead to a...

Billy Nayden
When the News Went Live... Online
11/15/18 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 936 Words

Diverse Personalities, Homogenous Coverage They also have the technology in hand to do so, as U.S. broadband households now have more than eight connected consumer electronic devices, on average, and WiFi coverage is increasingly ubiquitous, allowing high-speed wireless connections almost anywhere.


Shahrum Gilani
Mobile Phone Security: All You Need to Know
11/06/18 10:01 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2092 Words

Another way you might expose yourself to an attack is by connecting to a public WiFi hotspot. As public WiFi is usually unencrypted, attackers can intercept the data stream between the user and the access point. Known as a "man-in-the-middle attack," this...

John Mason
How to Protect Your Online Privacy: A Practical Guide
11/07/18 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2540 Words

Check the WiFi You're Using
Have you ever heard of a KRACK attack ? It's a proof-of-concept cyberattack carried out by infiltrating your WiFi connection. The hacker then can steal information like browsing data, personal information, and even text message contents.

Amir Konigsberg
Where Online Shopping Search Has Gone Wrong
10/17/18 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1224 Words

When people search for a router, for example, do they mean a WiFi networking device or a woodworking power tool? Google gives preference to the former in all of its ads and on the first-page of its organic results, only giving lip...

Jack M. Germain
Got a Screwdriver? GalliumOS Can Turn Chromebooks Into Linux Boxes
11/08/18 12:39 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 2560 Words

Now that you are running Chromebook in Developer Mode, sign into WiFi and accept the Google Chrome OS terms. Or you can sign in as a guest for the firmware update.

Once you are signed into ChromeOS, open a ChromeOS terminal...

Rob Enderle
PC Innovation Is Back
10/08/18 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1374 Words

The WAN connectivity makes it similar to an iPhone, with regard to data use, in that you don't need a WiFi signal for it to work.

The Surface Studio is perhaps the most interesting in that it takes on the iMac. Although...

Vivian Wagner
The New Brick-and-Mortar: Shopping's Blended Future
09/26/18 10:26 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1046 Words

"The most obvious suggestion to bring digital and mobile strategies into the brick-and-mortar space is to offer complimentary WiFi in stores, which will allow your customers to research and even purchase while they shop," said Hickey.

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Richard Adhikari
Amazon Has Big Plans for Alexa in Homes, Cars
09/19/18 9:54 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 725 Words

Amazon will unveil eight new Alexa-powered devices for the car and home before the end of the year, CNBC reported Monday....

Chris Maxcer
Why iPhone Users Hate Mobile WiFi Slightly Less Than Android Users Do
04/12/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1521 Words

It says that iPhones have significantly higher rates of WiFi utilization than Android phones in the U.S. and the UK. I immediately found that point weird, because after all, most Android smartphones also come with contracts that require users to pay for a...

Andrew K. Burger
What's Eating Citywide WiFi, Part 1
09/20/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1257 Words

Now, they are revising their plans to roll out municipal WiFi networks. Last month, Chicago began backing out of plans to launch a citywide WiFi service after refusing contract bidders EarthLink and AT&T's request that the city commit to being an anchor tenant...

Patrick Nelson
I Want My M-WiFi
03/19/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 770 Words

There's been an uptick in public WiFi availability. Recent public WiFi launches include Google's free WiFi project in New York City, starting with parts of Chelsea. London's tube network went hot in 2012 with 92 underground stations WiFi-enabled; Virgin Media is connecting a...

Andrew K. Burger
What's Eating Citywide WiFi, Part 2
09/21/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1114 Words

... and city governments around the U.S. bought into citywide WiFi project plans, which often included unsupportable performance claims and grossly inflated forecasts for the numbers of users they would attract. Those decisions have come back to haunt them and have led to...

Jack M. Germain
The Woes of WiFi, Part 1: Insecure by Default
08/11/07 1:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1105 Words

... WiFi is not just for laptops anymore. All sorts of devices now connect to the Internet via Wireless Fidelity technology . Smartphones -- think Apple's iPhone, among others -- mobile media players and even gaming machines often come with WiFi features to...

Gene J. Koprowski
Survey Shows WiFi Not Just a Business Tool Anymore
12/31/05 1:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 779 Words

... new survey sponsored by the WiFi Alliance shows that 65 percent of respondents indicate wireless fidelity (WiFi) technology helps them stay in touch with friends and family via tools such as instant messaging and e-mail -- not just business associates or customers.

Theodore F. di Stefano
WiFi Will Change the World
04/01/05 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 885 Words

... short while ago, I wrote a column for the E-Commerce Times entitled "VoIP Here To Stay." In it, I talked about WiFi technology and its impact on VoIP . This article goes further in that it explores the widespread adoption of WiFi...

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Does it matter to you if products you purchase are manufactured in another country?
Yes, and I will pay more for a domestically produced product.
Yes, but my shopping decisions won't change anything, so I do what's best for me.
I care, but it's impossible to keep track of where everything is made.
I want the best quality and price, regardless of country of origin.
It depends on the country. Some are OK, some aren't.
It depends on the company. I'll buy from a reputable non-domestic brand.
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