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Wilocity Developing The Fastest Wi-Fi In The World

Wilocity, a 60-person company in Caesarea’s industrial zone is developing what it describes as “the world’s first multi-gigabit wireless chipsets” which it is basing around the current standards for super-high-speed internet connections. The chips will be…

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Netgear A6200 Dual-Band USB Wireless AC Adaptor Review

Introduction Just over a week ago I took a look at one of Netgear’s latest Smart WiFi routers to roll off the production line and into the real-world. The R6250, like many of Netgear’s latest routers,…

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NYC Mayor Details Plans For Free Public WiFi In Harlem

The Mayor of New York is well known in the tech world, he’s put several plans in place to benefit the modern tech loving world, and it looks like he has one finally gift to give…

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Netgear R6250 Dual Band Gigabit Smart WiFi Router Review

Introduction Over the last couple of years the internet has been going through a radical increase in speed and with some connections passing well over the 100Mbps mark, many people are now looking for the next…

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New FAA Guidelines Permit More Devices During Take-off And Landing

New FAA guidelines mean that flyers won’t face such strict regulations for playing Angry Bird, or what ever it is they’re doing on their smart devices, during take-off and landing. Given that previously, flyers were instructed…

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Research Team Working On “Underwater WiFi” To Create “Deep Sea Internet”

The BBC reports that researchers are undertaking testing on “underwater WiFi” which they are using to make a “deep sea internet”. The research team are from the University of Buffalo in New York and they believe…

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New World Record for Wireless Speed – 100 Gbit/s

Lets admit it, the dream of having Google Fibre in our homes to give us a super fast connection to the internet is for the most part a dream, but to take the biscuit, if you…

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Sony Reveal Xperia Smartphone Styled WG-C20 Portable Wireless Server

Sony have unveiled their latest nifty creation – the WG-C20 portable wireless media server that is styled to replicate the Xperia Z1 smartphone. Measuring in at 14.4 x 7 x 0.9 cm the WG-C20 allows users…

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Lenovo Reveal A1000, A3000 And S6000 Budget Tablets – $164, $229 And $329

Lenovo has just announced the availability of three budget Android powered tablets – the A1000, A3000 and S6000. The main focus of the new three tablets is to offer consumers solid value for money and the…

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Second-Gen Surface Tablets Have No 4G LTE Support – WiFi Only

ZDNet reports that Microsoft’s second generation series of Surface tablets will not have 4G LTE support. In fact the second generation Surface tablets will apparently have no cellular connectivity at all – they will be WiFi…

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Does Google Know Almost All The Wi-Fi Passwords In The World?

Today we caught an interesting article that raised some interesting questions and some pretty serious security concerns at the same time. When any Android device, be that a phone, a tablet or these days it could…

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ASUS Reveal Zenbook UX301 13.3 Inch Notebook With WUXGA 1440p Display

With the Windows notebook market relatively stagnant in terms of bringing screen resolutions forward, ASUS are looking to buck the trend with their 2560 x 1440 WUXGA display on the 13.3 inch Zenbook UX301. Typically on…

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Eurocom Reveal 13.3″ M3 Gaming Notebook

Eurocom have just unveiled their latest revision of the high performance M3 Gaming notebook and it jams an incredible amount of hardware into a compact 13.3 inch form factor. The Eurocom M3 is a highly customisable…

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Google WiFi Balloons For Project Loon Being Tested In California

Google’s Project Loon is now being tested in California according to BGR. Despite Bill Gates’ criticism of the project Google are pushing ahead with the project. Google’s Project Loon will improve global internet access by making…

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71% Of European Wireless Internet Traffic Is Done Via WiFi

Despite the coverage of 3G and 4G becoming more important and discussed in Europe apparently WiFi still dominates Wireless Internet Traffic quite significantly. Of all Wireless Internet traffic 71% goes via WiFi meaning only the other…

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New Report Says Google Glass Is Vulnerable To WiFi Hijacking

According to Symantec there is a major flaw with Google Glass and we all know that a flaw in glass means something is going to shatter sooner or later. Yet Symantec have found a potentially dangerous and…

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Google Finally Deletes Illegal Wi-Fi Street View Data

The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) wrote to Google earlier this year, warning them that they had discovered that the Wi-Fi data collected by Google’s Street View cars back in 2009 had still not been deleted,…

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ASRock Reveal The H87E-ITX/ac Mini-ITX Motherboard

ASRock have just announced their latest mini-ITX motherboard. The ASRock H87E-ITX/ac is based on Intel’s fourth generation “Haswell” CPU platform, LGA 1150. It supports all LGA 1150 processors from the Haswell generation and given ASRock’s recently…

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Android 4.3 WiFi Updates Detailed

While Android 4.3, the next revision of Google’s mobile operating system, has yet to be revealed we are hearing more details of what the update will bring. The main change, according to Android Police, is that…

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Gigabyte BRIX GB-XM11-3337 System Review

Intel’s NUC has spawned a new generation of mini PCs. We recently took a look at the Next Unit of Computing (NUC) from Intel and we found it to be a very impressive unit but was…

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Intel NUC DCCP847DYE System Review

Intel’s NUC, or next unit of computing, platform is a refreshingly new idea. Essentially what Intel have created is an ultra compact PC standard that they want to be the future of computing. Measuring in at…

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Google Given 35 Days In UK To Delete Street View WiFi Data

Back in March Google was fined just $7 million in the USA for stealing WiFi data whilst conducting its street view scanning of American cities. Now Google is facing similar problems in the UK where it…

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D-Link Gaming Router (DGL-5500) Finally Here

It isn’t very often that a networking product gets me excited, but when I first saw D-Link’s Gaming router back last year I was very impressed. Since then Apple’s new Mac Pro has been released, and…

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MSI Now Shipping GE40 “Dragon Eyes” Notebook

When Computex was taking place we brought you news of the brand new MSI GE40 “Dragon Eyes” gaming notebook that was coming. Now it is finally here and available for purchase. The MSI GE40 comes equipped…

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Google’s “Project Loon” To Put WiFi In Balloons

Believe it or not the majority of the world doesn’t have access to the internet, mainly because they cannot afford it but sometimes because the necessary infrastructure isn’t in place. Google, being one of the dominant…

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Computex: MSI Show W20 3M AMD Powered 11.6 Inch Windows Tablet

MSI has been showing off a very unique tablet at Computex 2013, that is an AMD “Temash” SoC powered Windows 8 tablet. The reason it is unique is it is one of the first AMD powered…

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Computex: Gigabyte Show Off Impressive Z87N-WIFI Motherboard

Gigabyte’s Wi-Fi mini-ITX motherboard from the Z77 series was a pretty big hit and they look to be carrying this success forward with the GA-Z87N-WIFI for Intel’s new Haswell platform. Like other Gigabyte N-WIFI motherboards this…