11/10/2009, Google’s bitter rival, Yahoo, does not want to be left behind in the free Wi-Fi game by offering such a service to New York’s Times Square sometime next year. According to a Yahoo blog post, “While Yahoo! is the place where your world meets the world online, over 500,000 of you take in Times Square each day and it’s become a central spot for New Yorkers and people around the […]
11/10/2009, Google might not exactly follow their slogan (to some) of doing no evil all the time, but you surely can’t fault them for their generosity this coming holiday season as they offers free airport Wi-Fi then. This early Christmas gift will be extended to include the Virgin America deal that has already been announced to 47 airports across the US until January 15th, which ought to offer a Wi-Fi umbrella […]
11/06/2009, Our friends at the FCC have gotten their mittens on a new AN0100 802.11n AP, and although there is no instruction manual available or whether this is the crucial missing link required for streaming networked media to the TV via a TiVo set, we’re totally amazed by the sheer size of this thing, or rather, the lack of it. After all, just take a look at it on your right […]
05/18/2009, Expect to see Virtual Wi-Fi (VWiFi) technology being supported in Windows 7. What is VWiFi exactly, you ask? Well, this new technology enables a single wireless network adapter to function like “two, two, two NICs-in-one”. It will make a splash in Windows 7, were a singular piece of Wi-Fi hardware can be incorporated into Windows as two separate adapters, letting you hook up to a couple of wireless hotspots simultaneously.