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Wi-Fi Alliance aims to improve public hotspots

03/22/2011, Don’t you just hate it when every time you go to a different shop or public area; you have to enter different logins just to connect to the public network? Well, the Wi-Fi Alliance has just announced a new certification program that will make things...

Art takes on a modern look with Wi-Fi painting

03/02/2011, To ‘paint’ using nothing but Wi-Fi connections? That doesn’t really make much sense, does it? Well, apparently things might be looking up in the alternative future of artwork thanks to this particular project that explores the invisible...

Wi-Fi Direct increases interconnectivity between devices

10/25/2010, It is always nice to have all of your devices talking to one another via a single, universal standard, and Wi-Fi Direct could be just the ticket as it gets certified in due time. Imagine taking a closer step towards a truly wireless lifestyle, be it...

China Unicom to offer Wi-Fi iPhones

08/06/2010, China Unicom achieves a first from next week onwards with the release of a Wi-Fi-enabled iPhone 3GS – making it the first of its kind in that part of the world, and that alone has also made rumors of the new iPhone 4 smartphone being offered as...

Halo Bicycle Lock has Wi-Fi connection

07/08/2010, If you tend to get around town on just two wheels and a whole lot of pedal power, chances are you hang out with a similar group of friends as well who don’t mind sweating it out a bit just to do their bit for the environment when traveling. Well,...

Starbucks offers easy-to-access free Wi-Fi in the US

07/02/2010, Those living Stateside have always had to go through the hassle of registering for an AT&T account to take advantage of free Wi-Fi connectivity at their local Starbucks, but now the gourmet coffee chain has made it easier to access to do so by hooking...

China Unicom iPhone gets Wi-Fi tweak

05/04/2010, Folks who are head over heels with Apple will surely know that the iPhone which is sold in China has had its Wi-Fi connectivity disabled, but all that is about to change pretty soon. It seems that a China-specific WAPI (WLAN Authentication and Privacy...

Wireless Catcher outputs captured Wi-Fi signals as sound

03/04/2010, The Wireless Catcher is definitely something unique that we haven’t come across before – after all, how many devices out there do you know is capable of detecting Wi-Fi signals in the vicinity, resulting in an output of audio which varies...

Alaska Airlines offers Wi-Fi across all routes

02/25/2010, Alaska Airlines goes one up on its rivals in the near future, allowing you to enjoy Wi-Fi connectivity aboard all their flights, regardless of the bird which you’re assigned to. This is made possible thanks to their collaboration with...

BlackBerry Pearl 9100 Gets Wi-Fi Support?

12/14/2009, While it isn’t an official confirmation, word is going around that the BlackBerry Pearl 9100 will be blessed with 802.11n Wi-Fi capabilities. Now it seems that the folks over at CrackBerry have discovered more indications that it might be true,...

Free In-flight Wi-fi on Virgin America by Google

11/19/2009, Yesterday, I was invited by Virgin America to the opening flight San Francisco-Fort Lauderdale and I tested the free in-flight wi-fi, courtesy of Google during the Holiday season (ends January 15th, sigh). It worked very well: the login time is very fast...