Ruckus Wireless is hitting the market with what it's calling an end-to-end, managed wireless broadband access (WBA) system, a mesh Wi-Fi approach the company contends is far less costly than WiMAX.
Following on the heels of its acquisition of AdMob yesterday, Google today announced that it will foot the bill for free Wi-Fi access in airports across the country.
SpiderCloud Wireless is coming out of stealth mode, targeting operators with a new technology that promises to beef up indoor coverage and capacity for the enterprise.
Handsets with touch screens, Wi-Fi and app stores are not only prolific, they're primary traffic drivers, according to AdMob's September Mobile Metrics Report.
T-Mobile USA is targeting the enterprise sector with devices and service that can switch between Wi-Fi and GSM.
JiWire released its inaugural Mobile Audience Insights Report with new data revealing demographic and behavioral interests of Wi-Fi users.
Shipments of Wi-Fi-enabled phones continue to double every two years, according to a report from ABI Research.
Nokia moved into the mini-laptop market with a full-function machine just two weeks after announcing a strategic partnership with Microsoft.
A report from ABI Research projects that Wi-Fi chipset vendors will ship 1 billion units by 2011.
Cablevision COO Tom Rutledge said the provider fully expects to offer wireless voice service in the future.
Cablevision Systems on Thursday said it has expanded its wireless high-speed Internet coverage areas in New Jersey.
Discount carrier AirTran Airways said Tuesday it will offer in-flight wireless Internet access on all 136 of its aircraft by midsummer.
Qwest is preparing to automatically give its customers free unlimited access to Wi-Fi across the country.
Verizon Wireless is finding Wi-Fi to be more friend than foe these days.
T-Mobile USA this week introduced T-Mobile Wi-Fi Calling for Business, a new enterprise solution
WiFi Rail and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) announced finalization of a 20-year agreement to provide high-speed mobile Wi-Fi
Last week’s analyst and media reports widely citing the launch of Bluetooth 2.2 next summer are incorrect.
The Wi-Fi Alliance announced a milestone this week, having certified 5,000 consumer and enterprise products
Wi-Fi technology began nearly 10 years ago as a way to wirelessly connect laptop computers to the Internet.
EarthLink announced that it is closing down its municipal Wi-Fi project in Philadelphia.
Accuris Networks, a fixed mobile convergence solution provider, has launched its AccuROAM platform designed for GSM to Wi-Fi hotspot roaming.
A new study by iPass shows business users of Wi-Fi networks increased dramatically in the second half of 2007.
Like the old saying goes: "We've said it before, but now we really mean it." Yes, convergence is finally a reality, and it has turned the industry topsy-turvy.
Starbucks struck a new agreement with AT&T that will improve the enterprise networking capabilities for the coffee retailer.