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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....

Jeff Kagan
When Unlimited Wireless Data Is Not Really Unlimited
08/29/18 12:47 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 929 Words

You can watch all the YouTube videos you like when you are connected to WiFi. At your home, it uses the Internet service from your cable TV or telephone company. It's also available at many coffee shops and other public locations.

John P. Mello Jr.
Sonos Welcomes Devs With Open APIs
09/12/18 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1025 Words

Getting Sonos' top-shelf speakers to play nice with other connected devices in the home has been challenging in the past, but...

John P. Mello Jr.
WPA3 Arrives to Shore Up WiFi Security
06/27/18 8:31 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 785 Words

The announcement paves the way for the proliferation of devices that support the new, more secure protocol for WiFi communication, which is designed to replace the 14-year-old WPA2. "WPA3 takes the lead in providing the industry's strongest protections in the ever-changing security landscape,"...

Rob Enderle
AI and the Future of Your Job
07/30/18 10:07 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2029 Words

I'll share some ideas on how artificial intelligence will impact the future of your career, and then close with my product of the week: a really handy International WiFi service that substantially could reduce your connectivity costs when you travel overseas.

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Ned Madden
At-Home Eldercare Goes High Tech
08/11/18 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2305 Words

Most still require WiFi in the home, and at the older age ranges, WiFi access is limited and/or costly."

Regarding the future as boomers reach their later years, Orlov said that with greater access to WiFi, along with other lower technology costs,...

Richard Adhikari
US Lawmakers Eye Apple, Alphabet Data Privacy Practices
07/11/18 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 926 Words

Members want answers to the following questions: Whether Android phones and iPhones without SIM cards and with WiFi and Bluetooth turned off continue collecting, and locally storing, information about nearby cellular towers, nearby WiFi hotspots, or nearby Bluetooth beacons -- and if they...

Peter Suciu
E-Sports Pioneers Are Making It Up as They Go
08/03/18 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1889 Words

"You can have a seamless, high-speed 4G connection or a full WiFi signal on your tablet, laptop or cellphone, but if the network delivering the content isn't able to support a true real-time experience -- meaning high-quality, subsecond latency and a potentially...

Jeff Kagan
Cover Up, Your Smart TV May Be Spying on You
07/18/18 10:25 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 946 Words

Today, data can be collected on every show we watch, everything we do on the Internet, and everything we do on our smartphones and other Internet-connected devices on our WiFi network.

Who would have guessed privacy invasion was in store for us...

John P. Mello Jr.
New Roku Speakers Offer Sophisticated Audio for Smart TVs
07/17/18 9:57 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1035 Words

Announced earlier this year at CES, the software is designed for companies that want to make products to connect to Roku TVs over WiFi networks.

Audio Problems Addressed
The new wireless speakers address several TV audio problems, said Lloyd Klarke,...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Harry Wang
Consumer WiFi Use: No Letup in Sight
05/11/17 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 657 Words

Among U.S. broadband households, mean data consumption is roughly 20 GB per month, with 14 GB used on WiFi and 6 GB through 3G/4G/LTE networks. Consumers' monthly WiFi data consumption increased by 40 percent from 2015 to 2016. While data use overall has...

Jack M. Germain
The Woes of WiFi, Part 2: Digital Defense
08/18/07 1:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1024 Words

... WiFi has became pervasive. Not just laptops, but an arsenal of palmed-sized devices including smartphones, PDAs (personal digital assistant) and mobile media players, now connect to the Internet using Wireless Fidelity technology . However, many users are clueless about security and connect...

Paul Korzeniowski
Next-Gen Devices May Integrate Cellular, WiFi Connectivity
09/07/06 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 891 Words

Soon, that may no longer be necessary, as handset vendors are delivering new devices and carriers are rolling out new services that support both cellular and WiFi connections. With handsets gaining more capabilities and cell networks supplying more bandwidth for data, integrating the...

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.

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