Two years ago, the Wi-Fi Alliance announced Passpoint, which was supposed to make Wi-Fi as ubiquitous and as easy to connect to as cellular. So, where is it already?
This little device will get you online anywhere in the world, just so long as you can see the sky.
Bewifi takes communism and applies it to our Internet connections. The tech lets a neighborhood pool its Wi-Fi so that wasted bandwidth is re-appropriated to whoever needs it most.
Wi-Fi gets a makeover with the power and speed of one-watt LED light bulbs. Don't turn off the lights!
Google has teamed up with Starbucks, the freelancer co-working space of choice, to offer high-speed Wi-Fi access across the cafe's 7,000 U.S. locations.
Although there are already a few strong players in the emerging gesture control market, a new development could quickly leapfrog them all by harnessing everyday Wi-FI.
Select issues of this month's Forbes magazine will include free hotspots.
A new method of branding films in South Korea could also point the way toward innovating the way we access the mobile Web.
Artist and architect Peter Jellitsch’s latest work gives us a physical model of what Wi-Fi looks like.
Google gifts the media capital of the world, New York City, with free wireless Internet.