Don't-Miss Networking Stories
This remote desktop and network tool now lets you stream your home iTunes library over the Internet.
Verizon and Google's joint compromise proposal on network neutrality rules apparently has AT&T's blessing.
AT&T and Verizon are making the most of their new data connections on non-phone devices and machine-to-machine systems.
Sam's Club locations nationwide will have Wi-Fi from AT&T by November that will provide customers with access to Web-based price comparisons via their smartphones.
China Unicom is preparing to sell iPhones with Wi-Fi capabilities later this this month.
A survey of iPhone 4 owners by ChangeWave research shows that the antenna issue which has caused so much discussion hasn't had a huge practical impact.
Clearwire has expanded its portfolio of portable hotspots with the iSpot, which has been designed to attract Apple users.
AT&T subscribers are piling on to the carrier's public Wi-Fi hotspots, racking up more than 68 million connections in the second quarter, AT&T says.
The FCC concludes that broadband deployment isn't happening fast enough.
One of the simplest ways to remotely access a Mac is to use two tools built into OS X: Screen Sharing and Back to My Mac. The only hitch: If you're trying to control a Mac outside your local network, you'll need a MobileMe account.
On Friday morning, Apple gave 11 journalists a tour of its once-secret wireless testing lab. Here's a report from the scene.
Wi-Fi service is offered on more than one third of the nation's passenger planes, making it no longer rare to see business travelers, and others, connecting to the Internet in mid-flight.
MacFriendly is offering a software bundle of 12 apps with a combined value of $415 for just $50 from now until August 6.
A lawsuit against Apple and AT&T Mobility now has a define group of plaintiffs following a ruling in U.S. District Court on Thursday.
Apple says it will repair or replace Time Capsules sold from February to June 2008 that are experiencing power issues.