Wireless
 
 
 
Wireless
 

Software Based WiFi Isn’t Too Far Away

With new wireless frequencies emerging what seems to be every week, it’s no surprise that wireless devices, especially WiFi, have to be replaced. Some scientists at Dublin’s CTVR (Center for Telecommunications ValueChain Resear...
 
Home Theater
 

Wi-Q Universal Remote w/ Built in WiFi Program Guide

Ok, so it looks like this one was officially announced a few months ago at CES, but we just can’t let it go unmentioned.  The Thomson Acoustic Research Wi-Q Universal Remote Control includes built in WiFi for an in remote progr...
 
Wireless
 

Orb Wireless Router

We may have possibly the weirdest wireless router to present you -- The Orb.  The Orb actually consists of two parts that communicate via your home's electrical wiring.  The first is the network home plug where you plug in your...

 
Storage
 

WiFi Enabled Hard Drive

Why wait for Wireless USB when you can have WiFi enabled hard drive?  The best answer probably being the slow ass 54Mbps transfer rate.  Nonetheless, the WiDRIVE by EDS Lab, which is in fact just a case for 1.8? x 2.5? hard dri...
 
Cell Phones
 

D-Link Enter the VoIP with a WiFi Handset

D-Link, manufacture of all things network oriented, has plans to enter the wireless phone market.  The DPH-540 handset appears to contain no cell phone compatibility, but is designed for WiFi VoIP calls out of the box with any ...
 
Wireless
 

Oregon is home to Biggest Wi-Fi network

With big cities like San Francisco and Philadelphia contracting companies to build Wi-Fi networks, where do you think the largest Wi-Fi network is? Why it's in rural Oregon of course! Across the dry and desolate terrain is a 70...

 
Wireless
 

EarthLink wins Philadelphia Wi-Fi contract

The city of Philadelphia has awarded EarthLink the contract to blanket Wi-Fi access across 135 miles of the city. They beat out proposals from companies such as Hewlett-Packard. The contract will include EarthLink funding and b...