US-CERT says Wi-Fi hole open to brute force attack
Broadcom will ship 802.11ac products in 2012
Public Wi-Fi convenient, but risky
It seems you can surf the Internet and check your email from virtually anywhere these days - in coffee shops, hotel lobbies, airport terminals and airplane cabins.
Researchers find way to measure effect of Wi-Fi attacks
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a way to measure how badly a Wi-Fi network would be disrupted by different types of attacks a valuable tool for developing new security technologies.
Iridium launches Wi-Fi hotspot for extreme roaming
Want to get email on your iPhone or BlackBerry in the middle of the ocean, or in the Arctic? Now you can - but it'll cost you.
Acer's Iconia tablet rivals iPad in price, but not much else
If you're shopping for a tablet - but don't want an iPad - your options are growing daily. Among the latest is Acer's Android-powered Iconia Tab A500.
Samsung's Droid Charge disappoints
Samsung's Droid Charge is the latest high-end Android smartphone from Verizon. It carries a premium price - but it's not worth it.
HP's TouchPad going on sale in US on July 1
US computer giant Hewlett-Packard announced on Thursday that its rival to Apple's hot-selling iPad, the HP TouchPad, will go on sale in the United States on July 1.
Sony PS3 boss: 'No turning back' despite hacks
(AP) -- The head of the Sony Corp. unit that makes the PlayStation 3 game console says there's no going back on a push to offer always-connected play despite a series of hacking attacks that downed its network and will cost ...
Qualcomm, wilocity announce tri-band Wi-Fi -- multi-gigabit wireless chipset
Qualcomm Atheros and Wilocity today announced the AR9004TB, the industry's first tri-band Wi-Fi chipset that integrates the multi-gigabit performance of in-room 60 GHz band with seamless handoff to 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz band ...
Senator calls for smartphone app privacy policies
(AP) -- A key member of the Senate Judiciary Committee is challenging Apple Inc. and Google Inc. to require all developers that make apps for their mobile devices to adopt formal privacy policies.
FCC, FTC seek explanations on phone location data
(AP) -- Federal regulators are joining the growing list of public officials demanding answers from Apple Inc. and Google Inc. about the extent to which mobile devices track the location of their users and store detailed ...