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At the International Consumer Electronics Show, Buffalo Technology previewed a prototype of what will eventually be its first 802.11ac wireless router, estimating the data rate at 1.3Gbps.
AT&T dropped its $39 billion bid to buy T-Mobile USA in December, but the company demonstrated that it is still running on all cylinders at the AT&T Developer Summit.
Vendors at CES 2012 will show the future of Wi-Fi: multi-gigabit data rates. First products are expected as early as mid-year.
On Monday, Iomega announced a new desktop network storage device for small offices and homes, the StorCenter ix2.
For a limited time, popular Internet calling service Skype will offer free Wi-Fi service at 50 major airports.
If you've heard the fuss over Carrier IQ and are wondering just what it's all about, look no further. Dan Moren's here to tell you what it is, who's involved, and whether you should be wrapping your phone in tinfoil.
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation and police in the Philippines have jointly busted a ring of four alleged hackers in Manila with connections to a terrorist group.
The iPhone 4S's camera is launching the newest iPhone to such great heights, even while its competitors are down in the bargain bin. Elsewhere, the publishing industry refuses to crack a history book on the music business and New York's newest Apple Store will probably remained behind the curtain for a bit longer.
A study measuring the performance of the iPhone 4S on all three U.S. wireless carriers found AT&T to be superior in Web browsing and data downloads and uploads.
Cloud Engines, maker of Pogoplug personal cloud computing hardware, adds mobile storage to its list of shared cloud services.
Apple has released MacBook Pro SMC Firmware Update 1.5 and AirPort Base Station and Time Capsule Firmware Update 7.6.
Apple early Wednesday released AirPort Utility for iOS 5, letting you manage your AirPort Extreme or AirPort Express from your iOS device.
Verizon Communications has filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules, the company said Friday.
Bowing to pressure from European privacy regulators, Google will soon allow owners of Wi-Fi access points to opt out of a Google service that allows smartphone owners to identify their location without using GPS.
Sprint isn't letting the Department of Justice have all the fun when it comes to filing suits against the proposed AT&T-T-Mobile merger.