Don't-Miss Networking Stories
If you're going to walk the crazy walk, you'd better talk the crazy talk. Microsoft loses a valuable cloud player, Apple doesn't want to know what you're surfing on the Web, and one man makes, bakes, and takes the whole crazy cake.
Eye-Fi released the latest version of its wireless capable network card, the Eye-Fi Mobile X2. It brings the ability to send pictures directly to your smartphone or tablet wirelessly.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission may regulate cellular signal boosters, which are designed to solve voice and data coverage gaps by picking up signals from carrier base stations and amplifying them in homes or vehicles.
The iPad 2's hogging all the available touchscreens, AT&T and Verizon have to play nice with the little guys, and how much could a Twitter spy even say in 140 characters?
According to the latest survey from ChangeWave Research, AT&T iPhones drop calls twice as frequently as Verizon iPhones.
An unlikely source offers a possible hint about a future Apple device, while a venerable institution pushes back against Cupertino's subscription policy. Elsewhere, AT&T's CEO is just a little bit too cheerful--he must be up to something.
Steve Jobs is back on Disney’s board and it’s like he never left. Because he didn’t. Elsewhere, Google takes a (perhaps somewhat misplaced) stand, and the FCC says it’s going to ask the hard questions, really and truly.
Steve Jobs denied the demise of the iPod classic as recently as last fall, Apple may be thinking about bringing AirPlay to a big screen near you, and an iPhone 4 succeeds where Humpty Dumpty failed.
AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile in the U.S. will likely provide better carrier support for the iPhone, as well as help spurring rollout of the next-generation wireless network.
Buffalo Technology is bumping up against the limits of Intel's Atom platform with its forthcoming six- and eight-bay Terastation network attached storage.
AT&T on Thursday confirmed that it will offer its Personal Hotspot pricing for iPhone users when iOS 4.3 launches next week.
Network-attached storage specialist QNAP has pre-announced an important revison to its flagship standalone NAS series.
The arrival of Apple’s latest MacBook Pro models brings with it a brand-new connection technology called Thunderbolt. And by brand-new, we mean “just announced this morning,” which raises lots of questions about what, exactly, Thunderbolt is and why Apple has chosen to make it a flagship feature of the company’s newest notebooks. Here’s what you need to know about the industry’s latest connection standard.