- A Hobbit Sword That Detects Free Wi-Fi. CONRY, ROSE // Popular Science;Apr2015, Vol. 286 Issue 4, p72
The article discusses the technology named "Spark Core" by the internet hardware device manufacturer Spark IO and the method to install the technology into a sting toy, which glows in the presence of unsecured wireless networks.
- NetSpot 1.1.284. Fleishman, Glenn // Macworld;Mar2012, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p21
The article reviews the wireless Internet network optimizing software NetSpot 1.1.284, by NetSpot.
- Cellular Invasion Gear. Scuka, Daniel // J@pan Inc.;Feb2001, Issue 16, p8
Discusses the success of mobile Internet handsets in Japan. Reason behind the failure of handset makers to sell their devices overseas; Information on Japan's mobile handset industry; Factors that attract Japanese handset manufacturers to expand overseas.
- New data from Google. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;1/5/2016, pA02
The article focuses on a data from technology company Google regarding the increase usage of IPv6, which is an Internet communications protocol.
- Nortel, Xircom and Sierra team on 3G modems. Evans, James // Network World;01/08/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p20
Reports on Nortel Networks' joint venture with Sierra Wireless and Xircom to develop a third-generation wireless modem based on the Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service standard as of January 8, 2001. Terms of the joint venture agreement.
- Boingo Releases Wi-Finder App for Windows 8. // Mobile Internet (Information Gatekeepers);Apr2013, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p7
The article offers information on the Wi-Finder application for Windows 8 released by Boingo Wireless.
- The New Bad Boy. // Practical Sailor;Apr2014, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p20
The article evaluates the 2014 Bad Boy Wi-Fi booster from Bitstorm.
- Silicon Valley to Get a Cellular Network, Just for Things. Simonite, Tom // MIT Technology Review;Jul/Aug2014, Vol. 117 Issue 4, p79
The article reports on the plan of French company SigFox, a pioneer in Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, to build a wireless network for small, low-power devices in Silicon Valley in San Francisco, California that is intended to make it affordable and practical to connect anything to the...
- Microchip Expands Embedded Wireless Portfolio With New Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and ZigBee Products. // WiFi/ WLAN;May2013, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p7
The article previews embedded wireless technologies from Microchip Technology including the PIC32 Bluetooth Audio Development Kit, the XBee footprint-compatible, 20-lead RN41XVC and RN42XVP Bluetooth socket modules, and the 36-pin MRF24WG0MA and MRF24WG0MB Wi-Fi modules.