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CNNMoney: Google offers opt-out for Wi-Fi trackingupdated: Tue Nov 15 2011 12:59:00

A year and a half after Google admitted that it had inadvertently collected unsuspecting people's personal information sent over the Internet via their wireless routers, the company has implemented a way for people to opt-out of having their routers tracked in the first place.

Skype app lets you pay for Wi-Fi by the minuteupdated: Thu Aug 18 2011 08:11:00

You can now use Skype credit to pay for Wi-Fi access on your iPhone or iPad.

CNNMoney: Why Apple and Google need to stalk youupdated: Thu Apr 28 2011 13:08:00

Apple, Google and Microsoft have finally cleared up most of the mysteries about how and why the smartphones their software runs track and store your location.

What a Sprint-T-Mobile merger could mean for wireless usersupdated: Fri Mar 18 2011 13:30:00

Once again, there are rumblings that the third- and fourth-largest U.S. wireless carriers may merge to form a larger combined No. 3. But would this be enough to keep the U.S. wireless market competitive for consumers?

CNNMoney: Why Wi-Fi sucked at Mobile World Congressupdated: Fri Feb 18 2011 05:13:00

There were dozens of Wi-Fi networks at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. But with more than 60,000 people in attendance, the systems were so overloaded that there may as well have been one landline connection with a 56k modem.

Using Wi-Fi? Firesheep may endanger your securityupdated: Mon Nov 01 2010 11:55:00

I'm sitting in a coffee shop. At a table against the opposite wall is a guy named Michael C. I've never seen him before. However, I know his name (including his last name, which I'm deliberately not saying here) because right now we're using the same Wi-Fi network and he's logged in to his Facebook and Google accounts.

Google ditches Street View Wi-Fi scanningupdated: Thu Oct 21 2010 11:10:00

Google has no plans to resume using its Street View cars to collect information about the location of Wi-Fi networks, a practice that led to a flurry of privacy probes after the company said it unintentionally captured fragments of unencrypted data.

FCC heralds a new era of 'super Wi-Fi'updated: Wed Sep 15 2010 13:06:00

It's more powerful than your current home network -- able to leap through tall buildings from a single port.

Apple CEO has live technical issuesupdated: Tue Jun 08 2010 11:38:00

Just after Apple CEO Steve Jobs debuted the next version of his company's iPhone to the world, the tech luminary had a bit of technical trouble.

Steve Jobs not immune to network crashesupdated: Tue Jun 08 2010 11:38:00

Apple CEO Steve Jobs faces an unexpected technical glitch during a demo of the new iPhone 4.

AT&T offers free Wi-Fi in New York Cityupdated: Tue May 25 2010 11:19:00

AT&T is offering free public Wi-Fi hot spots to help it deal with increasing congestion on its wireless network.

Apple offers fixes for iPad's Wi-Fi woesupdated: Thu Apr 08 2010 12:21:00

Apple is acknowledging complaints that its new iPad computer has trouble connecting to the Internet.

iPad has Wi-Fi problems, some users sayupdated: Tue Apr 06 2010 11:11:00

Users who rushed to snap up Apple's iPad are complaining within days of the slate computer's highly anticipated release that they're having trouble connecting it to the Internet.

Rogue hotspot warningupdated: Tue Aug 11 2009 13:33:00

CNN's Phil Black sees just how easy it is for hackers to dupe unwary Wi-Fi users into logging onto rogue access points.

Security experts warn of dangers of rogue Wi-Fi hotspotsupdated: Tue Aug 11 2009 13:33:00

You're sitting in an airport lounge and seize the chance to check your e-mails before your flight departs. You log on and are tempted by a wireless Internet provider offering free Internet access. So, do you take it?

Verizon changes tune on Wi-Fiupdated: Tue Jul 28 2009 08:20:00

Verizon Communications has had a change of heart about using Wi-Fi to extend its wireless broadband offering as the company announces free access to Wi-Fi hot spots for its Fios and DSL Internet customers.

How do I secure my home Wi-fi network?updated: Tue Mar 17 2009 15:28:00

I use a wireless router at home, but it seems that other people on my block do as well! I can see their access point IDs show up in my list. Can they see mine, too -- and is this a problem? What are some things I need to keep in mind when it comes to wireless home network security?

Fortune: The future of wireless is Down Underupdated: Tue Dec 30 2008 10:58:00

Move over, Korea and Japan. Australia may soon be the envy of the world when it comes to advanced wireless networks and services.

Fortune: Small startup has big plans for Wi-Fiupdated: Wed Nov 05 2008 14:10:00

Plenty of big companies - from Google to Earthlink - have tried setting up citywide Wi-Fi networks and failed. San Francisco-based Meraki, a wireless company spun off of a research project at MIT, is taking a different tack.

Delta to offer Internet accessupdated: Tue Aug 05 2008 14:41:00

Delta will become one of the first airlines to let passengers surf the Internet. CNN's Rusty Dornin reports. JetBlue to Test Limited In-Flight Net updated: Fri Dec 07 2007 07:00:00

JetBlue Airways Corp. will start offering limited e-mail and instant messaging services for free on one of its planes next week as airlines renew efforts to offer in-flight Internet access

Fortune: Apple makes a bold wireless land grabupdated: Tue Oct 23 2007 05:32:00

Forget the price cut on the iPhone. The potentially big deal for the wireless industry was Apple's announcement Wednesday of the iPod touch, a music player that also can access the Internet over Wi-Fi networks. Officials: No WiFi for Chicagoupdated: Wed Aug 29 2007 15:00:00

An ambitious plan to blanket Chicago with wireless broadband Internet will be shelved because it is too costly and too few residents would use it

Chicago scraps city Wi-Fi planupdated: Wed Aug 29 2007 00:12:00

An ambitious plan to blanket the city with wireless broadband Internet will be shelved because it is too costly and too few residents would use it, Chicago officials said Tuesday. Duke: iPhone May Be Disrupting Networkupdated: Thu Jul 19 2007 17:10:00

Apple Inc.'s flashy new iPhones may be jamming parts of the wireless network at Duke University, where technology officials worked with the company Wednesday to fix problems before classes begin next month

Service allows users to make calls on Wi-Fi networkupdated: Wed Jul 04 2007 00:42:00

Bad call reception at home? A new mobile service allows you to seamlessly place calls on both your cellular network and on any open Wi-Fi hotspot cell phones, which are supposed to let you call from anywhere, often work worst in your own home; signals can't penetrate walls as well as they travel urban canyons and the great outdoors. T-Mobile Phones Ride Your Wi-Fi Routerupdated: Wed Jun 27 2007 17:15:00

Wouldn't it be great to have your own cellular tower at home? You'd always have a strong signal on your mobile phone, and you wouldn't be paying to use the carrier's network

Business 2.0: The wide world of Wi-Maxupdated: Tue Jun 26 2007 05:57:00

Wireless Internet service works great - so long as you're in a Wi-Fi hotspot. But what if you could have wireless Internet everywhere you go, available on your laptop and cell phone, at speeds that can leave both DSL and 3G data networks in the dust?

Business 2.0: Cell Phones Embrace Wi-Fiupdated: Wed Apr 04 2007 13:12:00

Top-of-the-line cell phones may offer Internet access, but not even the do-it-all Apple iPhone comes with the ability to make calls over Wi-Fi.

Fortune: Watching TV anywhere and everywhereupdated: Thu Feb 22 2007 09:23:00

You'd think that people already watch enough television in their homes and offices. But no: increasingly companies, especially outside the United States, are trying to find ways to pipe television to us wherever we are.

Fortune: Looking beyond the iPhoneupdated: Fri Jan 12 2007 10:48:00

I tried to resist the giddiness with which the world greeted Apple's latest bauble this week.

Business 2.0: The Next Disruptorsupdated: Thu Nov 09 2006 09:50:00

"What use could this company make of an electrical toy?"

Business 2.0: Forget Ma Bell, think Ma Cellupdated: Thu Oct 19 2006 09:15:00

AT&T's bid to acquire BellSouth has run into a few snags lately, but make no mistake: The $81 billion deal will happen - and when it does, the impact will be far bigger on corporate America than on consumers.

Business 2.0: The Road Warrior's Guide to America's Best Airportsupdated: Mon Oct 02 2006 11:41:00

To airline industry insiders, the hours spent idling in airport terminals because of delays or extended layovers are known as "dwell time." To millions of time-constrained business travelers, the e...

Fortune: Wi-Fi? Why not?updated: Thu Sep 28 2006 10:07:00

Wi-Fi phones were the talk of the town this week.

Business 2.0: Goodbye Wi-Fi: wireless signals get maximizedupdated: Fri Sep 15 2006 16:19:00

The Disruptor: Clearwire

Fortune: Web maverick shakes up status quo againupdated: Tue Aug 29 2006 09:14:00

Niklas Zennstrom is a populist Web hero. The 40-year-old Swede has twice co-founded companies that rattled powerful industries by giving away important things to consumers.

Fortune: Tracking your Wi-Fi to supercharge local searchupdated: Wed Aug 02 2006 15:34:00

For a man who doesn't own a wireless laptop, Nandoor Sala spends a lot of time looking for Wi-Fi signals. One clear morning this spring, Sala is driving stick-shift around Midtown Manhattan with an...

CNNMoney: Think all Wi-Fi networks are secure?updated: Thu Jul 06 2006 16:49:00

Think your computer is secure when you log onto a Wi-Fi network at a major hotel?

Business 2.0: Closing in on the holy grail of citywide Wi-Fiupdated: Tue Jun 27 2006 16:32:00

Municipal wireless is still in its infancy, but new technology from Israel could give budding citywide networks the growth spurt they've been waiting for.

Business 2.0: Your Wireless Futureupdated: Thu Jun 01 2006 15:17:00

Want to get a sense of where wireless technology is headed? Think back to where the Internet stood at a similar point in its development - say, sometime around 1998. Back then the computer had alre...

Business 2.0: Your wireless futureupdated: Thu May 18 2006 10:47:00

(Business 2.0 Magazine) - Want to get a sense of where wireless technology is headed? Think back to where the Internet stood at a similar point in its development -- say, sometime around 1998. Back then the computer had already become a fixture in a majority of American homes, while the Web and e-mail were just beginning to reshape the way people interact, socialize, and shop.

Fortune: It's broadband. It's wireless. It's cheap.updated: Wed Apr 26 2006 12:17:00

There's a long line of mayors hankering to get their cities wireless broadband. Garry Betty knows how to give them what they want. EarthLink, the nation's biggest independent ISP, is rolling out wi...

Business 2.0: Why EarthLink needs Wi-Fi to workupdated: Thu Apr 20 2006 14:33:00

SAN FRANCISCO (Business 2.0 Magazine) - The first-quarter earnings that EarthLink announced today illustrate its plight. While the Internet service provider is still profitable, dial-up revenues dropped 18 percent from the same period last year, broadband revenues increased a mere 6 percent, and earnings-per-share dropped nearly 50 percent to 12 cents per share.

Fortune: When Wi-Fi comes to a small townupdated: Thu Apr 13 2006 10:58:00

Amid much fanfare, several big cities have announced plans to build wireless broadband networks using Wi-Fi to provide fast Internet access broadband services for free, or at deep discounts to those offered by cable operators or phone companies.

Business 2.0: MySpace purge draws sharp reactionsupdated: Fri Mar 31 2006 12:34:00

When Friendster started deleting profiles it deemed risque or otherwise objectionable, users bolted for the exits, helping to boost rival social networks like MySpace. Could MySpace be making the same mistake? Author Nicholas Carr characterized a recent move to close 200,000 accounts as a "purge." Ross Levinsohn, head of MySpace parent News Corp.'s Internet division, said the move was motivated by concerns for teen safety. That's certainly credible given the spate or recent incidents in which adults have been arrested for soliciting sex from minors met on the site. But mainstream marketers' concerns about questionable content may just go just as far in explaining its recent reform campaign. And with 250,000 new accounts opened daily, the closures hardly seem large enough to slow MySpace's momentum.

Business 2.0: Google patents free Wi-Fiupdated: Tue Mar 28 2006 11:43:00

More evidence has emerged that Google is getting ready to blanket the U.S. with free Wi-Fi, as Business 2.0 senior writer Om Malik reported last year. Now, the company has filed for three patents related to offering wireless Internet access. Search Engine Roundtable points out that the patents all have to do with serving up advertising through a wireless Internet connection maintained by a third party, whose brand Google would include in the presentation of those ads. Sounds a lot like Google's latest plan to unwire San Francisco, where it has teamed up with EarthLink. By teaming up with partners who would build the actual Wi-Fi infrastructure, Google could complete a nationwide Wi-Fi network much more quickly than if it had to build it itself.

Business 2.0: Microsoft rejiggers the XBox 360updated: Tue Mar 21 2006 17:42:00

Microsoft has long set its sights on the living room. But the Xbox 360 could be the Trojan Horse that carries out its invasion plans into the world of entertainment. Take last week's announcement that pop star Natasha Bedingfield would release her next music video exclusively on the Xbox 360, the first in a year-long deal with music label Epic Records. Then, at this week's Game Developer Conference in San Francisco, the software giant announced that it would open up its Xbox Live online service to independent game developers so that they can program multiplayer online games for the new Xbox 360 console. With Xbox Live now offering online chat, video downloads and multiplayer games, Microsoft just needs one more thing to complete its hold on the Xbox's young, mostly male audience: the long-rumored Xbox Portable.

Money Magazine: Talk Gets Cheapupdated: Wed Mar 01 2006 00:01:00

Much to the telephone company's chagrin, there are now plenty of ways to get phone service for a fraction of the price you're used to. The cable industry is one new competitor, but the cheapest alt...

Review: Nintendo DS offers innovative titles updated: Fri Jan 27 2006 12:59:00

One year and more than 13 million units later, Nintendo remains the king of the hand-held gaming market with its acclaimed Nintendo DS device, ahead of Sony's PlayStation Portable, which sold a little more than 10 million units.

CNNMoney: Protect your home wi-fiupdated: Thu Jan 26 2006 13:11:00

Wireless home connections can make life more comfortable. After all, who wouldn't want to surf the Web on the couch? But the risks to your privacy and security are right outside your door.

CNNMoney: Looking for Wi-Fi service? Try Seoulupdated: Wed Jan 25 2006 08:38:00

If you're looking for access to a public wireless network, you'll have the best luck finding one in Seoul, according to a company that tracks locations where Wi-Fi service is available.

CNNMoney: 2006 promises hi-speed wireless boomupdated: Thu Dec 22 2005 11:11:00

For those in the technology industry, the real holiday season starts on January 5, when the annual Consumer Electronics Show kicks off in Las Vegas.

Business 2.0: Taming the Wi-Fi Beastupdated: Tue Nov 01 2005 00:01:00

Home is where the Wi-Fi is. and the more Wi-Fi you get in your home, the bigger the business opportunity becomes. With a raft of new Wi-Fi-hungry devices arriving for the holiday season, consumers ...

Fortune: Wi-Fi mania: When whole cities are public hot spotsupdated: Mon Oct 31 2005 00:01:00

WHAT IS A CITY OBLIGATED TO PROVIDE for its citizens? Well-maintained streets, traffic lights, sewer and water, police and fire--okay, sure. As for taverns, gas stations, and peep shows, most folks...

CNNMoney: Big Mac, fries and Nintendo?updated: Tue Oct 18 2005 07:46:00

Nintendo game enthusiasts now have a new hangout.

Is 'Wi-Fi on steroids' really the next big thing?updated: Mon Oct 17 2005 10:12:00

Computer users in many urban and university areas have come to expect connectivity 24/7. There's a cable modem or DSL at home, a high-speed connection in the office and Wi-Fi for the places in between, from the commute to the coffeehouse.

Business 2.0: Business Gets a Nervous Systemupdated: Sat Oct 01 2005 00:01:00

It's 2008, and a tattooed barista is sitting in the back room at Starbucks tapping on her laptop. Live video feeds from high-res webcams spread around the store are carried on a secure Wi-Fi networ...

Business travelers spurn Wi-Fiupdated: Sun Sep 18 2005 07:34:00

Despite the growing availability of wireless computer access in airports, hotels, airplanes, cafes and public spaces, the technology has failed to attract business travelers.

Business 2.0: Free Wi-Fi? Get Ready for GoogleNet.updated: Thu Sep 01 2005 00:01:00

What if Google wanted to give Wi-Fi access to everyone in America? And what if it had technology capable of targeting advertising to a user's precise location? The gatekeeper of the world's informa...

CNNMoney: Using neighbor's Wi-Fi is hot topicupdated: Fri Aug 12 2005 15:30:00

Evidently, stealing your neighbor's Internet connection is on a lot of people's minds.

CNNMoney: Open standards, open opportunitiesupdated: Fri Aug 12 2005 10:56:00

When a new technology becomes a commodity, margins fall and profits drop, driving all but the biggest producers out of business.

CNNMoney: United to offer Web in the airupdated: Mon Jun 06 2005 07:32:00

United Airlines Monday said it received government approval to install equipment on planes that eventually will give passengers wireless Internet access on flights.

CNNMoney: Nokia unveils Wi-Fi tabletupdated: Wed May 25 2005 13:30:00

Nokia Wednesday introduced a hand-sized portable device for browsing the Web and checking e-mail over wireless Internet connections.

Business 2.0: Surfing The Virtual Waveupdated: Sun May 01 2005 00:01:00

For more than a decade, no matter how you've wanted to connect, Sky Dayton has been there with the hookup. The coffee shop owner turned Net entrepreneur started EarthLink and built the Internet ser...

CNNMoney: Mad Maxupdated: Thu Apr 28 2005 12:23:00

WiMax is finally ready for prime time.

Business 2.0: The No-Nonsense Guide to Business Travelupdated: Tue Mar 01 2005 00:01:00

It's always on your mind: the next business trip. But what you're thinking about is closing the next deal--not the mundane details of your travel arrangements. So we've done that for you. Our down-...

Wireless travelupdated: Thu Jan 20 2005 11:31:00

More business people around the globe are freeing themselves up from the shackles of dialup and wired Internet access.

'Evil twin' threat to Wi-Fi usersupdated: Thu Jan 20 2005 05:01:00

"Evil twins" are the latest menace to threaten the security of Internet users, experts in the UK are warning.

Business 2.0: Essential Wi-Fi Gearupdated: Wed Dec 01 2004 00:01:00

HOTSPOT FINDER WiFi Seeker Locates a signal before you boot up your laptop. $30;

Glossary: Decoding the jargonupdated: Mon Oct 25 2004 11:25:00

Is your Wi-Fi's WEP turned on? What's the difference between bluejacking and bluesnarfing? Do you know your SSID? Get a handle on the details behind the acronyms and jargon that is wireless technology with this Wi-Fi glossary.

CNNMoney: SBC's $1.99 wi-fi offer makes goodupdated: Wed Oct 20 2004 12:22:00

When SBC Communications reports its third-quarter earnings tomorrow, the results of its new pricing plan for DSL subscribers won't be included.

The Internet's next big stepupdated: Mon Oct 18 2004 11:26:00

The Internet is about to take its next big leap. Imagine being instantly connected anytime you opened the lid of your laptop, anywhere.

Cities find Wi-Fi futureupdated: Mon Oct 18 2004 11:25:00

It's not Silicon Valley, but Chaska, Minnesota, may be moving to the leading edge of Wi-Fi technology as it begins offering the service for all city residents.

Out of the box and into the etherupdated: Mon Oct 18 2004 11:25:00

Chris Hurley is a man with a mission. He wants you to know how to steer clear of people like him. People with his equipment, anyway.

Fortune: WIRELESS SCRAMBLES TO BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES updated: Mon Oct 18 2004 00:01:00

CHRIS ROULAND, CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER of Internet Security Systems, recently visited a big telecom company that bans employees from putting up their own antennas for wireless Internet access, or ...

Fortune: HP's Beast With Three Brains It walks, it talks, it connects to the Net using a trio of wireless technologies. updated: Mon Aug 23 2004 00:01:00

In a perfect world, we could carry one mobile device--a universal communicator. This device would combine the abilities of a mobile phone, a notebook computer, a contact book, a calendar, a notepad...

Fortune: iPass COMMUNICATIONSupdated: Mon May 17 2004 00:01:00

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CNNMoney: McDonald's to Expand Wireless Web Accessupdated: Tue Apr 13 2004 05:36:00

McDonald's Corp. (MCD) Tuesday is expected to announce plans to make wireless Internet access available in more of its restaurants, Tuesday's Wall Street Journal reported.

Fortune: 6 Wi-Fi Where You Want It The sky's no longer the limit for accessing the Net.updated: Mon Feb 23 2004 00:01:00

The proliferation of wireless broadband has made life easier in the past couple of years. But it's also been a nuisance. Just when you come to rely on it, there's no wireless signal anywhere around...

CNNMoney: Verizon's $1B upgradeupdated: Mon Jan 12 2004 16:58:00

When Verizon Wireless announced on Jan. 8 that it would invest $1 billion to build out its wireless broadband networks, tech mavens like me gave a shout.

Fortune: Airespaceupdated: Mon Nov 24 2003 00:01:00

At a meeting with his board of directors this summer, Airespace CEO Brett Galloway told those gathered that just three months into selling its products, the company wouldn't make its projected sale...

Business 2.0: The Next Big Thing Forget Wi-Fi. The real wireless revolution is being driven by the cell phone--and is already updated: Tue Jul 01 2003 00:01:00

In a home recording studio near San Francisco, Del The Funky Homosapien's chart-busting rap tune "Phoney Phranchise" comes pumping out of a silver Kyocera 3225 cell phone lying on a cramped desk. T...

Fortune: When it comes to Wi-Fi, you ain't surfed nothing yetupdated: Mon Jun 23 2003 00:01:00

Not so long ago there was handwringing among technology gurus about the unexpectedly slow rollout of broadband. With the recent rush to install wireless Internet access, popularly known as Wi-Fi, i...

Money Magazine: How To Wi-Fi Your Home It's a lot easier to get unwired than you might thinkupdated: Sun Jun 01 2003 00:01:00

It's an ordinary Saturday afternoon: You're in the bedroom sending e-mails from your laptop when your wife, who's in the kitchen, picks up her Pocket PC and swoops into your hard drive to copy the ...

Fortune: This Is Not A Cellphone It's a gadget that sends voice over Wi-Fi. And this hot new technology may soon change the way your compupdated: Mon May 26 2003 00:01:00

High-speed wireless Internet access, better known as Wi-Fi, keeps cropping up in the most unexpected places. At Group Dekko, a private 1,600-employee manufacturing conglomerate in Kendallville, Ind...

Fortune: The Really, Really Messy Wi-Fi Revolution Silicon Valley needs wireless Internet to boom. But bringing it to the masses ain't eaupdated: Mon May 12 2003 00:01:00

It was a pristine morning last August in San Francisco, and the Starbucks on Mariposa Street near Franklin Square was abuzz. Smiling executives from the coffee giant and from wireless telco T-Mobil...

Fortune: Tech Where The Action Is Some in Silicon Valley have learned to stop worrying and love the bust. Here's why.updated: Mon May 12 2003 00:01:00

The blessings were bouncing off the walls of New York's Carnegie Hall. It was a late February evening, and the banquet crowd of 350, dressed in everything from jeans to suits, sat silently as six T...

Business 2.0: Can Wi-Fi Take Us the Last Mile? New FCC rules make it harder for DSL upstarts to compete with the Baby Bells. updated: Tue Apr 01 2003 00:01:00

So much for consumer choice. The Federal Communications Commission has turned its back on the public by abandoning rules that require the Baby Bells to accommodate competition in broadband services...

FSB: Wireless Woes? What a Shock! Today's hottest technology has a bevy of problems.updated: Sat Mar 01 2003 00:01:00

Wireless is the best thing ever to happen to Internet access, say the experts. Sure, and the Corvair revolutionized the sporty compact car. Spinning out of control was a mere side effect to be endu...

Business 2.0: Home Sweet Home Networking Victor and Janie Tsao made Linksys No. 1 among wireless do-it-yourselfers. But can they prevent Microupdated: Sat Feb 01 2003 00:01:00

Wi-Fi is already huge--and it's only going to get bigger. Wireless hotspots are sprouting up in airports, hotels, and cafes, while many new laptops come straight from the factory with Wi-Fi capabil...

Business 2.0: Targeted Wi-Fi What's going to make wireless network applications really take off? Location, location, location.updated: Sun Dec 01 2002 00:01:00

I keep looking for killer business models built around location-based services, simply because so many companies are throwing money into technologies that tell the network where you are. One thing ...

Fortune: Wi-Fi U.S.A. High-speed wireless Internet access isn't just for the latte sippers at Starbucks anymore. Big business has discoveupdated: Mon Nov 25 2002 00:01:00

In spring 2000, as the Nasdaq plunged 2,000 points, two vastly different companies quietly embarked on programs to offer their employees a whiz-bang new technology called 802.11b, or Wi-Fi--wireles...

Business 2.0: Where Will You Get Your Wi-Fi? Not from the little wireless Internet service providers springing up all around.updated: Fri Nov 01 2002 00:01:00

In the great Wi-Fi future, linking wirelessly to the Net at near T-1 speeds will be no more remarkable than calling home on your cell phone. Exactly who will control all this connectivity remains t...

Fortune: Bye-Bye, Bluetooth Ignore the hype: This new wireless technology standard is doomed to fail. Here's why we should updated: Mon Sep 03 2001 00:01:00

It's just a fact of life That no ones cares to mention She wasn't good But she had good intentions. --Lyle Lovett

Fortune: Why Wi-Fi Is The Next Big Thing MIT, Dell, and even Starbucks are backing the wireless technology. You will too.updated: Mon Mar 05 2001 00:01:00

Turn the clock to zero, boss The river's wide, we'll swim across We're starting up a brand new day --Sting, "Brand New Day"

Fortune: Going Mobile High-speed, wireless connections to the Internet are popping up everywhere. Here's our up-to-the-minute guide to boupdated: Mon Oct 09 2000 00:01:00

The poor slob is sitting cross-legged on the floor of the airport waiting lounge, still sweating from his dash through the triple-digit Texas heat. He's balancing his laptop on one knee, and a phon...

Fortune: The $1,000,000,000,000 Bet Someone's going to get rich delivering broadband. Someone's going home in tears.updated: Mon Oct 09 2000 00:01:00

There's an old saying at the poker table that if you don't know who the sucker is, it's you. Well, there are more than a few suckers out there betting on broadband, you can be sure. The world is ju...

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