Internet WiFi & Mobile Technology
Portable computing is increasingly essential. Learn how WiFi, airborne Internet and other mobile technologies work.
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A dropped or stalled WiFi connection that occurs repeatedly can really mess up your day. If this keeps happening to you, read on for some explanations and solutions.
By Alia Hoyt
In order to understand, and fix, your glitchy home WiFi, it's helpful to know what makes it work. So what's the difference between your modem and your router?
Though many text messenger apps are available for download, most Americans still prefer to send a text message via their mobile carrier. Why is that?
New research out of the Netherlands suggests a way to rethink how we get the data we need from the internet and other networks to our devices — at super-fast speeds.
Data plans are precious ... and finite. So knowing where to get your WiFi fix matters. With that said, have you tried a city bus? Or space?
By Oisin Curran
Learn what Microsoft has planned for the Ultra-mobile PC and what is still to come.
By David Strom
Imagine using a high-speed wireless Internet connection originating from an aircraft flying over your city. Learn about the airborne Internet and how you might use this technology in the near future.
By Kevin Bonsor
Do you get the shakes when you're offline for more than 10 minutes? The wireless Internet lets you browse Web pages from a cell phone or PDA. Learn about the Wireless Application Protocol that makes it possible to surf on the go.
By Jeff Tyson