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The First Wi-Fi Certified 11n Product is…

Fountain Valley, California-based D-Link says its router and network card are the first two products to get certification from...

Get WiMax Training

At future WiMax events, attendees will have an option of getting certified training on the technology. The WiMax Forum...

Trapeze Ready to Power 11n

Analysts at Dell’Oro Group say that in the last year, products based on the early draft of 802.11n have...

Intel: Welcome to Sunny Santa Rosa

Intel’s (Quote) latest Centrino chipset -- the Centrino Pro, formerly code-named “Santa Rosa” -- has officially debuted in a...

Helio Drops Wireless Broadband

Remember when Helio branched into wireless broadband? Well, apparently neither did anyone else, as the mobile virtual network operator...

In-Flight Cell Phones Get a No

Talk of Wi-Fi in the skies is again on the rise after the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (define) announced...

Boston Requesting Information

Openairboston.net (OAB), the nonprofit that will run an eventual citywide Wi-Fi network for the city of Boston, has issued...

60-Mile Signal in San Francisco

Wi-Fi signals going long distances are nothing new -- many contests have been held to see how far the...

Smallest Wi-Fi Chip Yet?

EE Times of Asia is reporting that NXP Semiconductors of the Netherlands (formerly Philips Semiconductors) will start sampling a...

Wi-Fi’s Chilling Effect on Crime

Citywide wireless networks have almost become the norm these days, but there's another area in which the mesh network...