Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012
According to a report from ABI Research, over 5 billion wireless connectivity chips will ship in 2013. This will include standalone Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC, and ZigBee, as well as connectivity combo integrated circuits and platform solutions.
Wednesday, 12 Dec 2012
The TAN1, the first High Power Wi-Fi Adapter, is designed specifically for use with Windows 8 tablets, Ultrabooks, and laptops.
Networking enthusiasts here can expect the ASUS USB-AC53 wireless adapter to arrive on our shores in the months ahead. The USB-AC53 is based on the existing draft 802.11ac wireless standard.
Wednesday, 5 Dec 2012
MyRepublic upgrades the bandwidth for its gaming-dedicated GAMER fiber broadband plan to 150Mbps. That's 50Mbps more than the networking company's initial offering unveiled in February.
Tuesday, 4 Dec 2012
D-Link's DWA-182 is slated to arrive in stores next week. Here's more about the sleek and nifty dual-band 802.11ac USB adapter.
Friday, 16 Nov 2012
NC State researchers have developed a new software to help boost Wi-Fi throughput performances without the need for any hardware upgrades.
Thursday, 15 Nov 2012
Cisco has announced the availability of the first Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Router with 802.11ac technology accompanied by a compatible Universal Media Connector to connect devices such as Smart TVs, Blu-ray players and game consoles at Gigabit speed, wirelessly.
Tuesday, 6 Nov 2012
The Wireless Speaker and Audio (WiSA) Association announces the formation of a new Technical Advisory Committee and associated Special Interest Groups to advance the development of wireless audio solutions for home theater, consumer electronics, and professional AV markets.
Thursday, 25 Oct 2012
Aztech Electronics announces the 300Mbps WL559E, a compact wireless-N repeater which helps to extend a router's wireless coverage in users' homes. The WL559E features a built-in power adapter and a wall-plugged design.
Wednesday, 24 Oct 2012
Academic researchers have used algebraic equations to modify the existing Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and evolved it into a new one called coded TCP. It is able to reduce network overheads due to its unique ability to recover lost TCP packets, without the need for them to be resent.