Bloomberg reported last week that American Airlines flight attendants are urging their employer to block passengers from using inflight Internet access to view pornography and other inappropriate Web content.
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The IEEE working group that is putting the finishing touches on the 802.11n 100Mbps wireless LAN standard is about to launch a new project, for a 1Gbps WLAN standard.
You could think of this as the Tarzan protocol for Wi-Fi. The goal is to improve interactive Wi-Fi connections dramatically for moving vehicles.
An iPhone 3G customer has filed the second lawsuit against Apple and US telecommunications provider AT&T over the popular phone. This one, by William J. Gillis Jr., was filed in San Diego, California and charges that the two companies deliberately misrepresented what users could expect in terms of 3G connectivity and performance, according to blogger Justin McLachlan who first broke the news on Tuesday.
Philippe Hanset is wondering about the intersection of the Slingbox and the campuswide wireless LAN at University of Tennessee at Knoxville, where he's senior networking engineer.
If you've been wondering how to manage the Apple iPhone 3G smartphones mushrooming on your network, wonder no more. Kace has updated its systems management appliance with beta software to put that Apple in the palm of your hand.
Philippe Hanset is wondering about the intersection of the Slingbox and the campuswide wireless LAN at University of Tennessee, where he's senior networking engineer.
A new hosted service from SkyeTek is designed to apply RFID technology for mobile users and applications.
Controller-based, pervasive wireless LANs are quickly become a standard feature of enterprise networks, according to a new study by BT North America.
Scientists at BBN Technologies have begun readying a large-scale field test of a mobile network designed to keep working despite transmission failures, glitches and long delays.
You can think of it as "Schoogle."
Existing wireless-LAN intrusion-prevention systems have a blind spot: Until they're upgraded, they can't detect radio signals from 802.11n WLAN gear.
Motorola has updated its wireless LAN predictive planning tool to work with 802.11n high throughput access points.
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