Wi-Fi technology has become the most popular means of communicating data wirelessly from a fixed location to multiple devices like tablets, mobile phones and laptops. But, what exactly is Wi-Fi? Know more by reading this article.
Although it may seem not seem that old an invention, the Wi-Fi is more than three decades old. Its origin can be traced back to 1970 when the University of Hawaii developed the first wireless network to wirelessly communicate data among the Hawaii...
Everyone is familiar with the Wi-Fi nowadays. But noone seems to know the meaning or the full form of Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi actually stands for nothing. Not even wireless fidelity as many would like to believe.
Research carried out by Dartmouth College describes a way that enables the fashioning of a 3D-printed reflector that one can place near the router’s antennas. The reflector needs to be covered with aluminium foil and, if positioned correctly, can ...
Want super-fast Internet? South Korea may have to include in your list of go-to places. For, the city boasts of Internet speeds that is around four times the world average of 7.0 mbps.
Did you know that there is not only one type of Wi-Fi? Currently, there are four major types of Wi-Fi technologies that have their use in a variety of applications such as business, home, automotive segment and video conference.
Wi-Fi has come a long way in the past quarter-century. In fact, a staggering 15 billion Wi-Fi devices were shipped in 2016.
Ethernet, the most commonly used wired network standard, was invented almost half a century ago in the early 1970’s by Bob Metcalfe. Interesting is it not?