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You don’t guard a house from the inside out, so home security should always start on the outside. Since security cameras inside your house...
Coming off successful field testing on monkeys, scientists announced that paralyzed people may be able to walk again with a recently developed wireless brain...
The release of the iPhone 7 signals the world’s continuous shift towards a more wireless world. According to some insiders, the latest flagship phone...
We’ve made a significant amount of progress in technology. Today, we have one of the fastest processors and the brightest of displays. However, something...
We've seen many other smartphones and mobile devices that support the Qi wireless charging standard, but the iPhone has thus far been left out of the wireless charging party. That's changing with the iQi Mobile.
You'll want to act quickly as this probably isn't going to last. While it's true that the Motorola Moto X doesn't have top-end specs, it is a flagship phone and it's one that you can pick up for just a penny.
The Motorola Moto X has been added to the Republic Wireless lineup, giving you a seriously good option for getting on board with the unique wireless carrier.
There are plenty of Bluetooth speakers out on the market already, but most of them are geared toward the general population. If you're a real musician and nothing but the best will do, you might want to turn to the new iLoud speaker from IK Multimedia.
In addition to a range of tablets from companies like Apple and Samsung, Verizon Wireless is now starting its own line of self-branded tablets called the Ellipsis family. And it begins with the 7-inch Ellipsis 7.
The Nokia Lumia 620 is now available throughout the US on Aio Wireless.
Sony has introduced a new Bluetooth wireless speaker and new headphone models.
Aio Wireless has announced that they will be launching their service throughout the US in September.
Even though wireless charging has been around for a little while now, it's still not really the mainstream way to recharge your mobile devices. And as much as you might like the rugged waterproof nature of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, it's missing wireless charging capabilities. That is, until Monster Watts came along.
The spectrum auction that eventually saw the launch of Wind Mobile and Mobilicity was supposed to do that, but the two new entrants have faced a lot of growing pains and they're both reportedly on the market. And a big possible buyer for both Wind and Mobilicity is none other than Verizon Wireless.
Aio has announced the launch of their 4G LTE service and the ZTE Overture Jelly Bean smartphone which features support for the network.
The wireless charging kit for the Samsung Galaxy S4 is now available in the US from the company’s accessory store.
Verizon is reportedly preparing a $100 billion cash and stock bid to take full control of Verizon Wireless from Vodafone.
The Scosche boomBOTTLE Wireless Speaker is effectively shaped like a water bottle and it is designed to fit perfectly in the water bottle cage on your bike.
Interested in the Xperia Z but wish it had wireless charging? A new case accessory from Ipan Ipan brings the power of wireless charging over to the handset.
In July of last year, Google unveiled Fiber, an experimental internet service based on fiber optics. Now, Google may be taking their internet service provider role one step further.
I know what you're thinking, because it's probably the same thing I was thinking: that doesn't look like a regular router at all. Well, truth be told, the D-Link DIR-826L is a little different than conventional wireless routers and it's on sale for 46% off the list price.
Normally, you have to pay a premium price if you want to have a tablet that has wireless broadband capabilities, but this sale on the Lenovo Think Tablet makes it a heck of a lot more affordable.
The Misfit Shine looks like a smoothed-out river rock and it's about the size of a quarter. It's designed to track your activity over the course of the day, making sure that you're being active enough.
Wires? Who needs wires? If you want to share the tunes that you have stored on your iPhone with everyone else in the room, you can do that via Bluetooth with the GOgroove BlueSYNC universal speaker. It just so happens to be on sale for half price.
If you’re in need of a hands-free kit when you’re in the car, then the SMARTmini Bluetooth FM transmitter is a great, low-cost option. Not only does it work smoothly with a variety of smartphones and is extremely portable, but right now you can also buy it for almost 50% off of retail price.
1Gbps; that is the data transfer speed Researchers at Fraunhofer say they are capable of achieving by using a new infrared wireless communication module. It sounds a bit far-fetched, especially when infrared was mainly regarded as an ineffective data transfer method back when Bluetooth and wireless came into play. But Fraunhofer researchers believe they can transfer data 46 times faster than Wifi and an outstanding 1,430 times faster than Bluetooth.
Can you hear me now? Are you tired of being in an area where you know you're supposed to have cell phone coverage, but your signal keeps dropping as you head deeper into your home or office?
For that, you'll want to invest in a wireless media bridge like the TRENDnet TEW-640MB. This is a pretty great device and it happens to be on sale for 57% off.
Wires? Who needs wires? When you can take advantage of the Apple Airplay standard with a set of wireless speakers like the AQ SmartSpeaker, you can keep the music playing without fumbling with any cables. And now you can do it for almost half price.
But Apple being what it is would rather do this over a proprietary standard and that's where AirPlay Direct seems to be coming into the picture, bypassing standard Wi-Fi altogether.
Verizon hasn't been very receptive of Microsoft ever since the huge failure that was the Microsoft Kin, not to mention that even Verizon's WP efforts have proven to be less than profitable. Good news for those that like Windows, Verizon Wireless might be giving the boys at Redmond another chance with Windows Phone 8.
Republic Wireless offered the service up to users for a quick round of beta signups and then closed everything off. Luckily, they've opened the floodgates again, allowing new users to join in and have even added a new phone to the mix- the Defy XT.
Working as either a wireless bridge or as an access point, the D-Link DAP-1533 Wireless-N450 MediaBridge does everything that its name implies.
In a headphone industry first, the Parrot Zik comes with integrated NFC (near field technology) communication. The key advantage here is that you can pair up the headphones with a compatible NFC and Bluetooth-touting device simply by tapping them together. You no longer have to deal with "discovering" new devices and entering passcodes. The NFC tag is in the left ear cup.
Korean website DDaily says that the handset boasts built-in wireless charging, a feature that will also be available with the Galaxy S III, if rumors are to be believed. According to the website, the D1L will be available in South Korea at the end of May via all the three major carriers, but no hints regarding its global availability.
Cars are becoming increasingly high-tech with all sorts of gadgetry all over the place. The Mopar division at Chrysler is introducing an industry first this summer by adding an in-vehicle wireless charging system.
Princeton University researcher Michael McAlpine has developed a technique wherein a graphene sensor can be attached to a human tooth, detecting bacteria in the area and sending that single to a wireless receiver.
Oh, those little subatomic particles are getting pretty ambitious. First, they tried to travel faster than the speed of light, but now it looks like neutinos could prove to be very useful when it comes to wireless communications, particularly those that can pass through substantial blockages.
The 1966 Sci-fi movie Fantastic Voyage was something wasn't it? A shrink ray let a CIA agent and a pilot enter the human body to perform a life saving procedure to remove a clot. Miniature rays and pilots willing to get shrunk to get inside the human body are likely to remain in science fiction, but electronic implants, tiny enough to be able to travel through the blood stream, may become a common thing in the near future.
As early as 2009, we've been promised a potentially game-changing short-range wireless technology, called WiGig. This amazing mult-gigabit speed wireless technology sounds great, but its has taken a while to really see any major devices that take advantage of the possible technology. Panasonic is changing all that.
Yes, that glossy black surface is nice and they've done an interesting job with that "weave" pattern on the top, but the Asus RT-N66U also happens to be really fast.
Although Republic Wireless’ announcement of their $19 per month unlimited plan last month made everyone jump through the roof with joy at first, the rest of the deal seemed to be a downfall. But now, the upstart carrier has made another announcement which will allow you to fix your roof once again. From now on, the promised unlimited will be truly unlimited.
If you want to keep taking food away from the pandas, here is another option to add to your office: a full bamboo wireless keyboard and mouse set.
Japanese electronic parts maker, Rohm, announced yesterday that it has developed a tunnel effect diode capable of working at mind boggling frequency of 300 GHz which translates to a wireless data transmission speed of 1.5 Gigabits per second in experiments.
It looks like a real deal is being offered by new wireless carrier Republic Wireless, because they've got a $19 per month plan that gives you unlimited talk, text, and data. Yes, unlimited data too.
Rogers Wireless recently launched its LTE network in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and Ottawa, supposedly giving you speeds that might be even faster than what you have at home or at work. I had the opportunity to try out the only Rogers LTE device at the moment -- the Sierra Wireless AirCard 313U mobile broadband modem -- and this is what I found.
Basically, you start off with two parts: a transmitter and a receiver. You connect the transmitter to your audio source of choice, whether it be a computer, MP3 player, or what-have-you. You then connect the receiver to your speaker system of choice. And that's pretty much it.
Civilians don’t normally get to experience military-class devices, but there are times when such devices inspire civilian enforcement equipment. An Israeli surveillance device has been such inspiration for hackers Vlad Gostom and Joshua Marpet, the duo have come up with a DIY launchable camera that was unveild at this year’s Defcon.
No matter how much we enjoy our tablets touchscreen interface, there are times when tapping with a finger just doesn't cut it. That's why Logitech has now launched the "first wireless mouse for tablets."
Time to add another series of numbers and letters to your growing roster of acronyms. Most people know about 802.11 as the standard for Wi-Fi and some people might know that 802.15 as Bluetooth. Well, the folks at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers have completed the new IEEE 802.22 wireless network standard.