Don't-Miss Networking Stories
One musical act is up to its usual shenanigans, now iPhone-enhanced; the father of "net neutrality" is scared of Apple; and an ex-Apple exec finds yet another new home.
Macworld has confirmed that, contrary to widespread rumors, Apple didn't acquire Bluetooth headphone maker Wi-Gear.
The ZTE Peel is a case that adds 3G abilities, powered by Sprint's network, to the iPod touch, and doesn't require a contract.
Starbucks has launched the Starbucks Digital Network, which will distribute content in U.S. stores via the chain's free Wi-Fi hotspots.
Clearwire is launching its 4G WiMax network in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles before the end of the year, it said Monday.
On Thursday, mobile phone networks Verizon and AT&T both announced that they would begin selling the iPad in their retail locations on October 28.
The changes to LogMeIn's web-based management console are led by One2Many, which allows LogMeIn Central users to automate administrative tasks.
More and more tech jobs are moving to rural America; is it more than 'Green Acres' meets 'Big Bang Theory'?
Western Digital's new My Book Live network storage device lets you centralize your household media so that you can access it on a variety of devices.
Verizon said it will launch LTE networks in 38 cities by the end of this year.
Financial analysts at Baron Funds are using iPads to stay connected in the office, but setting up the Wi-Fi network the tablets needed wasn't easy.
The FCC has voted to open up unused spectrum in the television band to unlicensed wireless broadband devices.
The FCC said it won't adopt a proposal that would auction spectrum and require the winner to offer free services.
Virgin Mobile has announced a new contract-free, unlimited mobile broadband plan for $40 per month. When paired with the Novatel Wireless MiFi 2200, it could provide wireless broadband for all of your devices for one flat rate.
Need to keep track of how long a Mac's been running (or when accounts have logged in and out)? Terminal can help.