Breakthrough could double wireless capacity with no new towers
The days of waiting for smartphones to upload video may be numbered. Rice University engineering researchers have made a breakthrough that could allow wireless phone companies to double throughput on their ...
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 ...
New 4G network could cause widespread GPS dead zones
Wi-Fi Direct allows P2P connections without Wi-Fi hot spots (w/ Video)
New project enables mobile phone use in areas with no reception
Glitch shows how much US military relies on GPS
A problem that rendered as many as 10,000 U.S. military GPS receivers useless for days is a warning to safeguard a system that enemies would love to disrupt, a defense expert says.
GPS getting an upgrade - for $8 billion
Drifting satellite threatens US cable programming
(AP) -- A TV communications satellite is drifting out of control thousands of miles above the Earth, threatening to wander into another satellite's orbit and interfere with cable programming across the United States, the ...
FCC says it has compromise on key broadband rules (Update)
(AP) -- The head of the Federal Communications Commission thinks he has come up with a way to salvage his ambitious national broadband plans without running into legal obstacles that have threatened to derail ...
Researchers show how to use mobiles to spy on people
Fiber Optical Transmission In Demand Of Higher Capacity
Smart phones offer users a way to ditch pricey voice plans
Your monthly cell phone bill is way too expensive. No, it's not the fees or taxes or even text messages that are leaching your wallet. It's your voice plan.
GPS Jamming Devices Pose Many Threats (w/ Video)
Google to build ultra high-speed broadband networks
Google announced plans Wednesday to build experimental ultra high-speed broadband networks that would deliver Internet speeds 100 times faster than those of today to up to half a million Americans.