Because our telecommunications systems should be safeguarded against any eventuality—including a future would-be American Mubarak or Gaddafi too?
Articles tagged "wifi"
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.
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.
The FCC delivered a fun new map last month showing the various areas in the US that still lack 3G or 4G wireless coverage, based on the most recent census results. No surprise: it’s a lot! Or I guess it shouldn’t be surprising, but I think it’s…
Gone are the heady days of unlimited wireless data, and here we are still stuck with data caps, overage charges, throttling, and other bullshittery that’s only served to make wi-fi connections all the more crucial for our most important devices.
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If you live in a reasonably urban location, chances are good that the complicated infrastructure that keeps everything moving doesn't stop at the tangible. The friendly Scandinavians, always "at the forefront of connectivity":http://www.motherboard.t…