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Some of the biggest consumer electronics companies plan to replace HDMI on future TV sets
Move over, Google Fiber. Broadcom has begun sampling its first cable modem chip supporting DOCSIS 3.1, the technology that will enable gigabit cable Internet service in 2015. Comcast has already signed on.
The IEEE is just starting to tackle 2.5G/5G Ethernet, and two groups think they have the answers
The E8350 and EA9200 join the WRT 1900AC. Confused by the company’s E, EA, and WRT branding? We’ll sort it out for you.
The company also said it logged 1.2Gbps in vehicle tests for 5G technologies
Samsung's developing a new Wi-Fi technology that will let you transfer a 1GB file between devices in under 3 seconds--but don't expect to see it in your Galaxy phone anytime soon.
The Open Interconnect Consortium is the latest IoT body to boast about its progress
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Fabrix sells software for cloud DVRs and video on demand
A new offering allows calls from outside the US and on US airliners with Gogo in-flight service.
The Open Garden Network could link many devices and apps for broader Internet access.
The Sonos 5.1 software update means that you can set up and run Sonos on your Wi-Fi network without having a wired connection to your router.