Posts about WiFi

I know, the title sounds grandiose, doesn’t it? ‘My Life without Wi-Fi,’ and I also know it’s a first world problem, but I wanted to undertake an experiment of sorts. I wondered if I could survive at least three consecutive days without Wi-Fi – to be honest I had initially pondered a week’s withdrawal, but felt that such masochistic torture wasn’t necessary.
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As faster Wi-Fi speeds seep into the enterprise space, I'm willing to bet the corporate LAN supporting all that new wireless kit will need a corresponding speed boost for faster overall throughput. How fast is an interesting question and I'm not sure there's a right answer other than "As fast as possible and affordable."
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This week, Facebook announced their participation in the Internet.org project, an effort to “put the entire world online.” They also released a whitepaper detailing how to get there from here, with the title asking, “Is connectivity a human right?”
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After being the centre of the world's gaze for the past few months, London is starting to look beyond the glare of the Olympic flame and explore what's next. Part of this process will be to assess the city's approach to WiFi blankets. As I've blogged about previously, the run-up to the Olympics saw an aggressive rollout of various WiFi services that provided free Internet access on the Underground and across many of the city’s central neighbourhoods.
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