Tag: Wi-Fi

Cuba Will Finally Legalize Private Wi-Fi Networks

In the technology industry, a lot of features and services are taken for granted. Westerners see no problems with private Wi-Fi networks, but that situation was very different in Cuba. That is, until rather recently, when such private wireless networks were officially legalized in the country. Cuba Takes a big Step Forward It is commendable to see any form of open development in Cuba. Albeit this is still a Communist …
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The Original Google Wi-Fi Wasn’t a Router, and It was Free

Google did something pretty cool years ago and no one even noticed it. Sometime before 2010, Google took it upon itself to provide free broadband Wi-Fi access to the town of Mountain View, where google was based. The service was kept free, all funded by Google, until 2010. After that it was turned into a paid service, and then in 2014 it was shut down and Google provided them with …
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New MIT Research Hints At Tenfold Wi-Fi Speed Increase

The majority of people in the world with access to the Internet use either mobile data, or a Wi-Fi connection. Even though a hard-wired connection will increase speeds significantly, things have been evolving in the right direction. Most wireless connections are well capable of doing the tasks we need. But what if we could speed up wifi by as much as 1,000%? Improving Wi-fi Speeds Is Always A Good Thing …
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Festival Season Puts Consumer Digital Data At Risk

During the Summer season, a lot of people will try to attend various events around the world. But during these times, we stay connected with the world through our portable technology. At the same time, this also poses some serious privacy concerns which users need to be made aware of. Digital Data During The Festival Season Organising a major festival or event also means there is a huge responsibility to …
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