Last modified: July 19, 2007 9:55 AM PDT
Where the wireless gadgets roam
As Wi-Fi solidifies its hold on the tech world, Sprint shores up its long-term plans for longer-range WiMax.
Together, companies plan to offer 100 million users in the United States high speed mobile Internet service by the end of 2008.
July 19, 2007
The companies, which are testing the service in Oregon and Michigan, have said they will share revenue from advertising.
July 18, 2007
The company's first smart phone with integrated Wi-Fi will be available through AT&T Wireless later this summer.
July 17, 2007Photos: New BlackBerry goes Wi-Fi
Duke University's Wi-Fi network is suffering from what appear to be rogue iPhones, according to a report from Network World.
July 17, 2007
The Thames gets lined with free wireless Internet coverage, while fee-based hot spots emerge across the United Kingdom.
July 16, 2007
The first PCs and devices supporting a wireless version of the USB communication technology are starting to appear. Do they portend a flood?
July 16, 2007 Photos: Wireless USB devices
Most of the attention has been on whether the upcoming auction will be "open access," but there is also an important public safety issue to consider.
July 16, 2007
Ruckus Wireless CEO Selina Lo says Wi-Fi isn't up to the task of supporting the new applications and handheld devices entering the market.
July 12, 2007