A future version of Bluetooth will allow connections to hop on Wi-Fi networks when additional bandwidth is required, PC World reports.
Starbucks’ decision to tap AT&T to provide wireless hotspots at its retail outlets could pave the way for an expanded, potentially free network for users of the iPhone and possibly the iPod touch.
Ted Landau tackles Leopard glitches that potentially make your home folder disappear and cut off your wireless access.
Vex Robotics has introduced a new Wi-Fi controller kit that enables Mac users to program robots.
Computerworld reports that AT&T plans to expand its 3G wireless broadband service to more than 80 additional cities throughout 2008, in a move that could lay the groundwork for an updated iPhone.
The Eye-Fi card is getting a new software update that will enable it to upload photos regardless of whether your Mac is powered on.
A day after American Airlines said that it had finished installing an Internet broadband connection in a Boeing 767-200 aircraft, Southwest announced plans to test satellite-delivered broadband Internet access on four aircraft this summer.
The wireless advertising network plans to offer iPhone and iPod touch free Wi-Fi Internet access in select locations in exchange for viewing a JiWire-supplied ad.
Makers of the Eye-Fi card—a memory card that wirelessly downloads photos from your digital camera—plan to add support for putting those photos in your Mac's iPhoto library.
From Rob Griffiths' seat at Moscone West, all the pieces of Tuesday's Macworld Expo keynote seemed to fit together.