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Here are the broad strokes about 802.11ad, the wireless technology that’s just starting to hit the market.
AT&T on Tuesday announced a future low-cost, high-speed wireless internet technology, called AirGig, that relies on plastic antennas set up along medium-voltage power lines.
Bringing you everything from stats to game-time snacks, these apps are as indispensable as your TV remote.
Expecting people to figure out what its Cookie multipurpose smart sensors could be used for didn't work out so well for Sen.se. It's trying a different approach with its new Peanut sensors: application-specific packaging that sells the purpose, not the product.
In cryptography, the "man in the middle" is usually an attacker -- but when Keezel wants to get between you and the Wi-Fi connection in your hotel or your home, it's for your own good.
Audiophiles may roll their eyes at the very idea of portable Bluetooth speakers, but high-design hi-fi firm Bang & Olufsen just unveiled two of them in Berlin.
No headphone jack? No problem. You can still listen to your corded headphones with this new $20 gadget.
Ditching analog headphones for USB-C audio opens up a world of new features, Intel says.
The Wi-Fi Alliance says it’s taken more steps toward compromise since backers of LTE-Unlicensed slammed a coexistence workshop that took place last week. But those moves haven’t brought about wireless peace just yet.
The phone promises 'concert-like audio', though the challenge will be getting buyers to care in a crowded smartphone market.
The latest additions will please those who regularly use the streaming service, though Binge On isn’t without a legion of critics.
When lots of people gather for concerts or sports events, cellular carriers often bring their networks to the scene with cell towers mounted on trucks, or COWs (cells on wheels). Not to be outdone, Comcast is joining the fray using Wi-Fi.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has voted to open nearly 11 gigahertz of high-band spectrum to new wireless uses, paving the way for 5G mobile service and for an explosive growth of the Internet of Things.
Apple is co-producing a TV show about app design and development, and you might be able to play a starring role.
Emojis have become an important and essential communication tool for hundreds of millions of people, so naturally, now there's a movie coming.