Netgear hooks up SMBs to 802.11 signal

Netgear recently rolled out a network and storage gear aimed at a range of small and midsize businesses, including a new 802.11n wireless LAN product line. p>The wireless, switch and storage products continue

Published on: May 5th, 2008 John Cox

Ten terrific things you can do with your PC – Part 3

Read Part 1 of this article.Read part 2 of this article.Quickly Organize Your Books and MusicBibliophiles need not be hostile towards a computer. You can organize your beloved tomes using a computer and

Published on: May 1st, 2008 PC World India Staff

Ten terrific things you can do with your PC – Part 1

Set up a Wi-Fi Home NetworkIf you've always wanted to be able to lounge on your couch and lazily surf the Internet, a Wi-Fi network is precisely what you need.Fast broadband connections bring

Published on: April 29th, 2008 PC World India Staff

TechFest: Microsoft’s LucidTouch gives the boot to ‘fat fingers on the touch screen’ problem

If you think the iPhone's touch screen is cool, imagine a device that actually sees, reflects and responds to your fingers touching the back of the device. A prototype of that capability was

Published on: March 6th, 2008 Nancy Gohring

IT reveals hip side in show that blends technology with threads

Servers, e-mail applications and other less-than-chic combinations of hardware and software typically inhabit the technology realm. Linen is rarely equated with LEDs, while discussing couture along with the 802.11 Wi-Fi standard is almost

Published on: February 8th, 2008 Fred O'Connor

Concordia “first Canadian university” to adopt 802.11n wireless networking standard

Early adopters of faster Wi-Fiover 802.11n technology are popping up here and there, but Concordia University in Montreal is the kind of place where the IT shop feels it has to jump on

Published on: January 31st, 2008 Matt Hamblen

Desk phones look for place in modern enterprise

Enterprise desktop phones face growing competition from wireless handsets, but they aren't going the way of the typewriter just yet.Cell phones, already ubiquitous, are now being joined by Wi-Fi handsets and dual-mode devices

Published on: June 18th, 2007 Stephen Lawson

Saskatchewan plans wireless network for four cities

The Saskatchewan government has announced a plan to create what it called the country's largest wireless Internet network, which will allow the province's four largest cities' residents and visitors to access free-of-charge Wi-Fi

Published on: May 14th, 2007 Briony Smith

Saskatchewan plans wireless network for four cities

Two-hundred-fifty access points (approximately one per block) will boost business travel to the province, according to Richard Murray, the executive director of policy and planning for the Government of Saskatchewan's Information Technology Office.

Published on: May 11th, 2007 Briony Smith

There’s no such thing as a free Internet connection

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Published on: May 7th, 2007 Dave Webb

A great match: Bridal registries and RFID

Canada's largest wedding registry service has wedded Wi-Fi and RFID technology so in-store shoppers can update their online wish lists in near-real time.William Ashley's “Wish Pad” is a clipboard that holds a customized

Published on: April 26th, 2007 Dave Webb

As 802.11n standard arrives, Apple updates its Airport

The promise of a new wireless standard has companies like Apple trotting out routers that put them right in line to tap into the upcoming ultra-fast and super-wide-ranging 802.11n standard.According to Eduardo Kibel,

Published on: March 26th, 2007 Briony Smith

Windows Mobile 6 OS emphasizes Wi-Fi, VoIP and e-mail features

Microsoft is plunging ahead with its attempts to penetrate the BlackBerry-dominated mobile market with Windows Mobile 6, the newest version of its mobile operating system that executives said will further its “telco 2.0”

Published on: March 13th, 2007 Briony Smith

Wireless/Communications spending

V. Wireless/Communications Spending One of the fastest-growing segments, with seven per cent growthTop areas are voice over IP (VoIP) and wireless data. Wireless security is No. 2. Research In Motion is still the

Published on: February 27th, 2007 ITBusiness Staff