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Li-Fi Could be the Cure for Wi-Fi Congestion

We’ve all experienced it: sitting down in a crowded cafe, switching over to the free Wi-Fi the bodega supplies, and finding it slow to the point of uselessness… if you can connect at all. It would seem, that with 11 channels available at the 2.4 GHz frequency,...
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WiFi Wednesday: How to Get the Best WiFi Experience while Traveling

We already know that WiFi is more important than breakfast and parking when it comes to picking your hotel. But how can you make sure you get the best WiFi experience while you’re on the road this fall? We have three tips: Find hotels with free & reliable...
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Wireless Fiber Aiming to Fill the Network Gap

Wireless fiber is coming, albeit not for another five years or so. A cheaper way for internet providers to extend their current network reach, wireless fiber promises much higher download speeds, without having to run wire through existing buildings. This is an...
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DOCSIS 3.1 Momentum Beginning to Build

DOCSIS 3.1 is still small potatoes, but there are indications that the technology is starting to gain traction in the second half of 2016. Comcast recently announced that it is launching gigabit services over DOCSIS 3.1 in Chicago; this follows similar introductions...
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Google Fiber Placing Bets on Wireless Broadband

Reading between the lines of a new filing Google Fiber recently submitted to the FCC, it seems that the company continues to search for more ways to exploit wireless broadband in the never-ending search for faster connection speeds. Google Fiber’s new applications...
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CenturyLink Joins the G.fast Parade

CenturyLink recently announced that it is testing G.fast technology in an unnamed area populated with assorted apartment buildings. The company is trumpeting the test as “one of the earliest” trials of the new technology, which connects buildings to the fiber grid,...

Average US Broadband Exceeds 50 Mbps

The United States reached an important milestone, according to new research by Speedtest. For the first time in history, the average download speed for domestic broadband users surpassed 50 Mbps, hitting a top speed of 54.97 Mbps in June 2016. This figure represents...

Slow Internet Causing Computer Rage in UK

A new report by Fix Britain’s Internet campaign claims that four million people in the UK have experienced anxiety and stress over slow or erratic broadband connections. Some even say that they have lashed out or been awash in tears over the experience. Fix Britain’s...

Where Does Google’s Project Fi Fit?

Project Fi, Google’s version of cellular service, flips the usual paradigm of cell offerings on its head by leveraging Wi-Fi as its main connection source, while also using the existing infrastructure of traditional cellular providers when needed. Project Fi had its...

WiFi Network Tips

  Want to know how many devices can or should be connected to your network?  You can also learn how to see who is actually on your WiFi network.  Click here to read...

Verizon Snaps Up Yahoo Internet and Search Businesses

Trying to buck the less-than-stellar track record of telecommunications companies successfully branching out beyond their proven fields of expertise, Verizon purchased Yahoo’s internet and search business for a cool $4.8 billion. Combined with its previous acquisition...

WiFi Wednesday: Why Businesses Should Offer Free WiFi

Whether it’s a coffee shop, supermarket, or gym—the businesses offering customers free WiFi are quickly realizing how indispensable it can be to modern retail strategy. That’s because WiFi is sticky, and it’s a commodity that doesn’t cost much to deliver in a...

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