Along with announcing world's first 4nm node process based chipset, MediaTek has also committed that it will showcase next-generation Wi-Fi 7 technology at CES 2022.
The Wi-Fi Alliance announced the kick-off of the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6 certification program. What this means is simply that the technology is ready to go
WiFi 6 is the future. We're telling you all about what it is, as well as why it is important to the future of your mobile lifestyle.
A recent report talks about how companies are considering replacing the good old WiFi with next-generation private 5G networks
The Wi-Fi Alliance has introduced Wi-Fi 6, and, at the same time, has announced a new naming system for Wi-Fi standards moving forward.
As a successor to the 802.11ac standard, the upcoming 802.11ax will offer 4x the throughput of its predecessor; however, speed is not the only advantage of the tech. Read to find out more.
Every person who carries a WiFi enabled device with them can be tracked. The people they're with can be tracked. Even if you have the WiFi on your device turned off, the device will occasionally turn it back on to "look around".
While I'm excited about Google WiFi and will probably deploy it at my home, there's a lot of unnecessary overlap, and a lot lost potential Google could leverage using products that are already in people's homes.
As if WiFi wasn't confusing enough already, soon we'll have 802.11ad, 802.11af, and 802.11ah to figure out.
WiFi is great, but the wireless spectrum is getting awfully crowded. What if we could use the visible spectrum instead? We could, and it's called LiFi.
802.11ac 5GHz WiFi has a lot of advantages over traditional 2.4GHz WiFi, but will it work for you? Here are the pros and cons of 802.11ac 5GHz WiFi.
WiFi is a great technology but leaving your phone's WiFi radio on all the time might waste energy. Here's what you need to know about leaving it on or off.
Location tracking, over-zealous law enforcement, paying for someone else's Internet access. Whatever the reason, here's why municipal WiFi is a bad idea.
With so many devices crowding the airwaves, which frequency are you better off using: 5GHz versus 2.4GHz.
As we increase the number of devices we own, we must also update the tech in our homes. Such is the case with 802.11AC versus 802.11N.
When you need to access the Internet away from home you could connect through your smartphone. But which tethering methods are available and which is best?
With keyboards, mice, headsets, speakers, microwaves and even wearables using 2.4GHz, here's why 5GHz WiFi is a good idea!
Cellular telephony isn't perfect & users can find themselves falling into coverage holes. Read on to see if the solution could be a WiFi fallback strategy.
Radio signals are all around. Isn't there some way we can make a Wi-Fi phone charger? According to researchers at Duke University, the answer may be yes!
WiFi is great, isn’t it? The power of a local area network…
Read about public WiFi and what you need to do to protect yourself on public networks.