OPINION: After Apple was forced in Australia to note that its genuinely 4G capable iPad wasn’t compatible with local 4G networks, even though its marketing materials had already made the distinction clear, Apple has now renamed its 4G iPad as “WiFi + Cellular”.
The most common users of free public Wi-Fi services seem to be the least concerned about the privacy implications a new survey shows.
The Kindle Touch 3G started shipping last Friday (US time), a week earlier than the announced shipping date.
A new service pack for AVG's consumer security products adds and active Do Not Track feature, along with warnings when connecting to Wi-Fi access points for the first time.
Sonos, the maker of networked, whole-of-house audio system is updating its software for Mac, Windows and Android.
The first and second-generation iPads were officially known simply as iPad while they were current, so it should be no real surprise that the new model introduced overnight with a 2048x1536 resolution screen is still called iPad and not iPad HD. But predictions of 4G support proved correct.
Ruckus Wireless says that, globally it achieved "triple digit revenue growth throughout 2011" and that ANZ revenue almost quadrupled.
If you've got one of Telstra's superfast 4G USB modems, and you wish that you could plug it into a portable Wi-Fi hotspot so all your devices can feel the need for 4G speed'¦ Netcomm's new M2 could well be your new best M8.
NICTA has issued a press release celebrating the award of the Officer of the Order of Australia (AO to its former CEO, Dr David Skellern, but without mentioning his contribution to the development of Wi-Fi technology.
While we're used to installing security updates for our computers, tablets and smartphones, a security patch for audio gear is something new. Sonos has released an update for its wireless audio products to fix a problem that has the potential to expose login details for paid services.
Telstra and HTC will start selling Australia's first 4G smartphone next Tuesday.
The Dell XPS 13 appears to be the company's answer to Apple's MacBook Air.
The SD Association has published a standard for incorporating Wi-Fi into SD memory cards.
Samsung's CES announcements include a raft of new products heading for Australia this year. Heading the list are TVs with voice and motion control plus face recognition, somewhat reminiscent of Microsoft's Kinect for Xbox 360, but there's a lot more in the company's latest home entertainment ranges.
Three new camcorders announced by Canon at CES include Wi-Fi connectivity and support MP4 for playback on iPhones and iPads, and for uploading to social media sites.
New HomePlug adaptors from Billion provide a nominal 500Mbps over household mains wiring.
Stylish new concept 'AFC' adds portability, Wi-Fi backhaul and consumer appeal
The latest addition to Asus' Zenbook family features a 1.4GHz Core i3 processor.
Much has been made of the huge demand smartphones and tablets are making on telcos' wireless broadband networks, but as they invade the enterprise, corporate Wi-Fi networks are also struggling to cope. Ruckus Wireless reckons it has a solution to the problem.
Ultrabooks look like being a hot item for users who need more than a tablet but don't want the bulk and weight of a conventional notebook. Acer claims to be the first to release an ultrabook for less than $1000.
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