wifi Read Now It's Getting Easier for Hackers to Spy on Your Computer When It's Offline by Jordan Pearson · 2 weeks ago Researchers can get your passwords and tell what program you’re using with a wireless antenna. Read Now Amid Privacy Concerns, NYC Approves Bid to Turn Payphones into Wifi Hotspots by Sam Gustin · 2 months ago The city has finally awarded its payphone wifi contract, and says there's no need to worry about its advertising system. Read Now The Ghosts of WiFi Networks Past by Jason Koebler · 3 months ago Our computers remember all the WiFi networks we've ever connected to. But so do we. Read Now The Internet of Things Is One Step Closer to Being Powered by Wifi by Donald Melanson · 5 months ago The internet of things is probably going to be full of tiny little scavengers. Read Now Google May Turn 7,000 New York City Payphones Into WiFi Hotspots by Sam Gustin · 6 months ago Want free wifi in New York City? Soon you may be able to "Google" it. Read Now Amtrak Is Becoming Its Own ISP by Jason Koebler · 7 months ago Amtrak will, in effect, be building a dedicated fiber-backed internet infrastructure along the East Coast track. On its face, the plan is somewhat insane. Read Now The Internet-Connected Things Are Getting Their Own Network by Victoria Turk · 8 months ago A low-power, low-bandwidth network for things is getting ready for the future of connected everything. Read Now Former FCC Chairman: Share Your Wifi for the Good of America by DJ Pangburn · 1 year ago Because our telecommunications systems should be safeguarded against any eventuality—including a future would-be American Mubarak or Gaddafi too? Read Now Control Your Heat via Waving and WiFi by Ben Richmond · 1 year ago The technology is called “WiSee,” and at first blush looks a lot like X-Box Kinect. However, because wifi flies through walls with ease, WiSee doesn’t need you gesturing in a clear line of sight to see you. Read Now Free Wi-Fi: The Movement to Give Away Your Internet for the Sake of Humanity by Keith Wagstaff · 1 year ago We are strangely territorial when it comes to our wireless networks. The idea of someone siphoning off our precious bandwidth without paying for it is, for most people, completely unacceptable. << First< Previous12Next >Last >> Connect To Motherboard Most Popular 4chan Founder Chris ‘Moot’ Poole Retires at 26 The Best Things SkyMall Ever Sold This Battery Has Lasted 175 Years and No One Knows How Silk Road Journal Found on Ulbricht's Laptop: 'Everyone Knows Too Much' Illinois Says Rule-Breaking Students Must Give Teachers Their Facebook Passwords Is 'SimCity' Homelessness a Bug or a Feature?