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Celebrating WiFi at the Wireless global Congress

There was plenty of activities by the Wireless Broadband Alliance in the last weeks. Starting off with the worldwide celebration of Wi-Fi day and...

HPE leverages Aruba and Intel

One month into its new life as an independent firm, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) held its first conference, Discover 2015, in London. The highlights...

Intel’s latest stab at wireless power

Despite past failures, Intel continues to explore every angle to win itself a significant role in the wireless market. Its latest has uncanny echoes...

WiFi can run at BLE power levels, says Rockchip

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Chip majors on the prowl for WiGig

Deploying WiFi in 60GHz spectrum was once seen as a niche option, but the emerging WiGig technology is heading for the mainstream, supporting multi-gigabit...

Mobile Is Making a Huge Impact in the Grocery Store

Mobile devices are having an enormous impact on the purchasing decisions that shoppers are making in grocery stores, and that impact is growing rapidly...

Cablevision makes its Wi-Fi-only phone move

The day the US mobile operators have dreaded will arrive next month, when Cablevision launches Wi-Fi-only phone services, the first major cableco to do...

New Study Confirms That In-Store Wi-Fi Increases Customer Loyalty

Wi-Fi, and the technology that depends on a solid wireless infrastructure, are becoming increasingly important to retailers. Not only does Wi-Fi support critical back-office...

WiFi Aware certification to start in mid-2015

The latest WiFi Alliance certification program will center on WiFi Aware, which will enable device users to locate others nearby in order to join...

Keyssa emerges from stealth mode with WiGig rival Kiss

The company formerly known as WaveConnex has emerged from stealth mode, unveiled its new name and, more importantly, its wireless connector technology. Now called...