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Taco Bell Refries Wi-FI
Taco Bell will add free Wi-Fi and entertainment systems to its 5,600 US stores: I've been wondering for years, as loyal readers know, why McDonald's was the only of the large quick-service restaura...
Boingo Adds Gogo Support
There's no discount, but you can use your Boingo account to pay for in-flight Internet: This is a nice move, long expected, which links up two popular offerings for business travelers. Boingo has a...
Cablevision Bumps Wi-Fi Speed Significantly
Cablevision's member-only Optimum WiFi service now offers up to 15 Mpbs down and 4 Mbps up: The network is free to Cablevision's broadband subscribers, and restricted to them, although the firm als...
AT&T Gives Free Wi-Fi to 20 New York Parks
This comes years after varying plans and bidding proposals that didn't work: AT&T is paying for the cost of installing and operating Wi-Fi in 20 parts in the five boroughs of New York City, includin...
News and information about municipal wireless broadband networks and wireless technologies
Cost of bringing fiber to your home
James Enck mentions on his blog that there are estimates which say that the "underlying monthly cost of a FTTH...
Intel likes McCain-Lautenberg municipal broadband bill
Intel has come out publicly in favor of the McCain-Lautenberg bill: "Intel believes the Lautenberg-McCain bill strikes an appropriate balance...
EU opens up 5 GHz frequencies to unlicensed use
The European Union has finally opened up 5 Ghz frequencies (5159-5350 MHz and 5470-5725 MHz) to unlicensed indoor and outdoor...
Port of Rotterdam goes fiber and wireless
The Port of Rotterdam has issued a request for proposals for two overlapping networks: a fiber optic network (155 km...
Lafayette says yes to fiber
Lafayette, Louisiana voters said yes to the city's fiber to the home project. With a 27% turnout, 12290 (62%) voted...
Wireless LAN - Infoworld
Enterasys buy puts Extreme in networking's big leagues
Now that Extreme Networks has closed its acquisition of Enterasys, it's time to focus on the task at hand as a company twice its previous size.
Researchers find way to increase range of wireless frequencies in smartphones
Researchers have found a new way to tune the radio frequency in smartphones and other wireless devices that promises to reduce costs and improve performance of semiconductors used in defense, satel...
Cisco weighs in for multi-gigabit addition to Wi-Fi
A high-frequency supplement to Wi-Fi that's several times faster than most of what's available now appears headed for enterprises through a partnership between Cisco Systems and a specialist in t...
Security by default takes one step forward, two back
It seems that every time we take a step toward better security by default, we end up taking one or two back just a short while later. Take the iPhone 5s. It's got that fingerprint scanner, betokeni...
Back to the past: BlackBerry founders consider buying the beleaguered company
BlackBerry's co-founders, Mike Lazaridis and Doug Fregin, are working with advisors to explore buying all or part of the ailing BlackBerry, according to a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission fi...
DevX: Latest Wireless Content
Top 9 Tips for Building a Website for the iPhone
The Apple iPhone has its own rules and standards related to web page rendering. As a result, you may encounter problems and bugs while optimizing a website for the iPhone. This article discusses th...
Has Verizon Figured out how to Secure the Internet of Things?
Verizon’s Managed Certificate Services are a good starting point, but there’s much more work to be done as there's no new technology here.
Ten Fantastic Objective-C Libraries for iPhone Developers
This article will highlight ten libraries the author has either already adopted or is currently considering while making the transition from web to iOS development.
Choosing a Mobile App Platform? Android for Show, iOS for Dough
For mobile app developers, the choice between Android and iOS is largely a choice between market reach and money.
Mobile Application Performance Testing: An End-to-End Approach
If you want to know how your mobile app will perform in the 'real world,' you need an end-to-end performance testing approach.