New experiments demonstrate indoor WiFi positioning down to a single centimeter.
Engineers take millimeter-wave wireless into the wilds of southern Virginia.
The company says the move is designed to stop the kiosks from being 'monopolised,' but it could severely constrain Wi-Fi use for those who need it most.
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WiFi can be used to identify people in their own home based on body shape and motion patterns with over 90 percent accuracy.
This novel technique makes white light out of blue light, allowing for data rates of up to 2 GB/s.
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Closing the digital divide isn't profitable.
NYC officials are bending over backward to stress privacy safeguards.
Ethiopia turned its fledgling internet into a surveillance machine.