Simple security for wireless: no password required
In early August, at the Def Con conference a major annual gathering of computer hackers someone apparently hacked into many of the attendees cell phones, in what may have been the first successful breach ...
Sharing data links in networks of cars
Wi-Fi is coming to our cars. Ford Motor Co. has been equipping cars with Wi-Fi transmitters since 2010; according to an Agence France-Presse story last year, the company expects that by 2015, 80 percent of ...
New 4G network could cause widespread GPS dead zones
Fujitsu develops technology enabling high-speed search while accumulating data at 40-gbps
Fujitsu Laboratories announced the development of industry's first software technology that can perform high-speed searches on information even as it is being accumulated at a speed of 40-Gbps. While this ...
Jamming LTE base stations easier than you may think
Fiber Optical Transmission In Demand Of Higher Capacity
Future Internet aims to sever links with servers
A revolutionary new architecture aims to make the internet more "social" by eliminating the need to connect to servers and enabling all content to be shared more efficiently.
New record set for data-transfer speeds
Researchers at IBM have set a new record for data transmission over a multimode optical fiber, a type of cable that is typically used to connect nearby computers within a single building or on a campus. The ...
Bouncing signals off ceiling can rev up data centers
Shanghai prof claims Li-Fi advance, prepares show kits
US court strikes down 'Net Neutrality' rule (Update)
A US appeals court on Tuesday struck down as unconstitutional a "Net Neutrality" rule that bars broadband Internet providers from blocking or playing favorites for online services.
Samsung announces 5G data breakthrough
Samsung Electronics said Monday it had successfully tested super-fast fifth-generation (5G) wireless technology that would eventually allow users to download an entire movie in one second.
GPS Jamming Devices Pose Many Threats (w/ Video)
Promise and peril in an ultra-connected world
(AP)—We're in the beginning of a world in which everything is connected to the Internet and with one another, while powerful yet relatively cheap computers analyze all that data for ways to improve lives.