Archives For Wi-Fi
We found the Linksys EA6500 Wireless Router to offer decent performance and speed when it worked, but inconsistency and reliability hurt this product.
Apple sent word out to employees to begin replacing third generation Apple TV set top boxes with Wi-Fi connectivity issues. Here's how to replace one.
I show you how to fix Samsung Galaxy SIII Wi-Fi connection issues. Some users report problems connecting or keeping a connection to Wi-Fi.
Our review of Gogo Inflight Wi-Fi.
One of the things Microsoft didn't talk about in its recent unveiling of its Surface Tablets for Windows RT and Window 8 was connectivity beyond Wi-Fi.
Hotels charge as much as $15 a day per device for Wi-Fi access. Even those with free Wi-Fi may not be safe. Use a mobile hotspot, instead.
Having Wi-Fi connection issues on your new iPad? Try this fix.
If you get annoyed by Wi-Fi Network Notifications asking you to join networks on your iPhone or iPad, then here's how to turn them off.
Kindle Fire users can't get online and it could be related to how the Silk Browser works or other issues. Here are some tips to fix it.
T-Mobile says that Wi-Fi Calling for the HTC Amaze and Samsung Galaxy S II is coming soon.
Amtrak now offers free WiFi on 12 East Coast routes with California to come soon. How good the connection is remains to be seen.
Delta now offers in-flight Wi-Fi on over 2,200 daily flights. Is it worth the $13 asking price? Depends on what you want to do.
Patching a hole in their promise of "PC-free" functionality on iOS 5, Apple has released AirPort Utility, a new app that allows setup and management of AirPort Wi-Fi devices.
Row 44 and partner airlines will offering in-flight entertainment via Wi-Fi devices this year, but will the streaming video take up too much bandwidth?
Verizon released a new commercial for their Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot MiFi 4510L. Here is what this device can do and why I picked one up.
If you take advantage of T-Mobile's Wi-Fi calling feature want to use it internationally, then you probably want to take a look at the how T-Mobile will charge you.
To address the Android Wi-Fi vulnerabilty issues that surfaced yesterday, Google has rolled out a server side update that fixes those vulnerabilities.
T-Mobile has confirmed that it has brought back free Wi-Fi calls for phones with UMA support.
T-Mobile will bring back free unlimited Wi-Fi calling for capable phones starting May 11th
Some evidence has popped up that indicates that Sprint will not release the BlackBerry PlayBook on May 8th as was expected.
Verizon's 2011 winter consumer's guide has confirmed the fact that the BlackBerry PlayBook will hit Big Red's network at some point.
Sprint will apparently be getting the Wi-Fi only version of the BlackBerry PlayBook on May 8th.
The AT&T 3G MicroCell brings a strong signal to your home or workplace, but it uses your own broadband service and therefore shouldn't cost a dime.
Sprint is upgrading their Overdrive mobile hotspot to the new Overdrive 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot with faster 4G connectivity and longer battery life.
[caption id="attachment_41568" align="alignright" width="250" caption="Flight Mode"][/caption] Boeing and Honeywell Avionics claim that display units used by pilots can experience "blanking" when exposed to Wi-Fi equipment operating at "elevated power levels".
Word out of Washington is the Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously to allow the use of "white spaces" for wireless broadband, allowing for the creation of what they call "Super Wi-Fi". (more...).
Ars Technica reports that a plan to build a nationwide Wi-Fi network has been removed from consideration by the FCC. The decision drew protests by the plan's promoter and cheers from wireless providers who were against the idea.
Good news for everyone willing to pay $5.00 for a cup of coffee but not one cent for Wi-Fi hotspot access: Starbucks is finally lifting the registered customer-only restrictions on their in-store hotspot access starting next month.
Gotta hand it to UK wireless service provider Three on knowing the way into a geek's heart. Not only have they fitted their MiFi mobile hotspot with an OLED display for detailed device data, but they've rounded off display corners and made it black.
Traveling with a bag full of computers and gadgets can be a real pain. One of the most frustrating things I deal with when traveling is that most hotel rooms simply aren't set up for guests traveling with multiple computers, cameras and mobile devices.
In a move to get their New York City customers online (and divert traffic away from their overcrowded 3G network), AT&T has announced a Wi-Fi "hotzone" program that aims to cover broader areas with Wi-Fi, starting with the ever-busy Times Square. (more...).
About a week ago, AT&T announced their intent to increase their 3G speeds via HSPA+, potentially boosting it to up to 14.4Mbps.
If you live in New York City and get your home high-speed Internet from either Time Warner Cable or Cablevision, your access to Wi-Fi hotspots just got a big boost as the two are opening Wi-Fi access for each other's customers. (more...).
I managed to snag a Motorola Droid from my local Verizon store in Huber Heights, Ohio, after work yesterday. To my surprise there was no line and the store was fairly empty. A few customers were checking out the Droid, but the crowd was thin. I asked the Verizon e...