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Google’s UK Street View Wi-Fi data deleted for good

12/20/2010, The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has just confirmed that Google UK has deleted all Wi-Fi data collected from the Internet giant’s Street View cars, where among the data included bits and pieces of e-mails, URLs and passwords. The...

Lufthansa To Offer Wi-Fi On Intercontinental Flights

12/05/2010, German international airline carrier Lufthansa will be the first to introduce the much-awaited Internet connectivity for International flight from the US, departing from New York, Detroit and Atlanta into Frankfurt. The service is slated to offer wireless...

Clearwire Ships Clear 4G Modem With Wi-Fi

12/03/2010, Clearwire users looking to hook up a few more devices to the speedy network might want to take a peek at the Clear 4G Modem with Wi-Fi that is being shipped at the moment. It allows users to link their Wi-Fi-connected devices to Clear’s 4G network,...

Delta To Offer Wi-Fi In Its Regional Jets Too

12/01/2010, Delta is making a serious effort to make itself more attractive to folks who are looking to fly from point A to point B. After offering a Wi-Fi service to virtually all of its mainline fleet, the company will begin rolling out the service to its extensive...

LG BD690 Is The First Blu-ray Player Certified For Wi-Fi Direct

11/23/2010, Wireless streaming without a dedicated media streamer at home isn’t a bad idea and LG’s BD690 has become the first Blu-ray player to get Wi-Fi Direct certification, allowing it to stream direct communication to other Wi-Fi devices without the...

Virgin Media mulling over launch of own public Wi-Fi network

11/23/2010, Virgin Media is currently toying with the idea of rolling out their very own public Wi-Fi network, where the company itself is picking up the pace from US company Cablevision who has already rolled out their own Wi-Fi network in New York which is capable...

WiFi Found to be Bad for Trees

11/19/2010, Results from a preliminary study by DU Delft University, Wageningen University, and other institutions in the Netherlands show that WiFi radition may be harmful to trees. The study finds that WiFi radiation may cause bleeding and fissures in tree barks,...

WiFi Bug Prevents Windows Phone 7 From Connecting to Networks?

11/09/2010, BGR is reporting on a developing story that select Windows Phone 7 devices may have difficulties joining secure WiFi networks. According to the report, the Dell Venue Pro and the HTC HD7, both of which are certified for T-Mobile USA’s wireless...

Delta Airlines offers free inflight Wi-Fi connectivity

11/08/2010, Delta Airlines has just announced the availability ot free in-flight Internet access on all of its Wi-Fi equipped flights during the upcoming holiday season – perhaps it would be useful in tweeting to the world that your flight was delayed, or...

Tube receives first Wi-Fi connection

10/29/2010, Charing Cross will be the first tube to offer Wi-Fi connectivity to the masses, marking a new milestone after numerous attempts in the past to get the tube connected. BT just made this announcement, where a 6-month trial will bring Wi-Fi connectivity to...

FCC takes a gander at Wi-Fi only Samsung Galaxy Tab

10/29/2010, Everyone and their dog knows that the Samsung Galaxy Tab is more than ready to hit the market worldwide, but only recently did the Wi-Fi only model of the Galaxy Tab made an appearance on the FCC. This $499 device will be a Benjamin cheaper than the...

Wi-Fi Only Galaxy Tab Visits The FCC As The GT-P1010

10/26/2010, Looks like the Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab is inching closer to being available at stores near you as the device has just paid a visit to the FCC, bearing the model number GT-P1010. Aside from the FCC, the hotly-anticipated tablet has also been certified by the...