Wireless electronic technology has opened up a whole new world for consumers and businesses. Learn about everything from municipal WiFi networks to DSL.
5 Ways 4G Will Change Your Life
Call it 4G insanity. We're being bombarded by promises of what this newest wireless network can deliver, but is it all hype?
How WiFi Works
Wireless networks are easy to set up and inexpensive. They're also increasingly common, and have even become a value-add for many businesses. Whether you're at home or out and about, odds are you can connect to the Web via WiFi.
How Bluetooth Works
What do you do when you need your computer to "talk" to your cell phone? Bluetooth allows electronic equipment to connect without wires -- or direct action from you.
How to Go Completely Mobile
If your electronic devices' wires are starting to feel like chains, it might be time to go completely mobile. How do you cut the cord (figuratively speaking, of course)?
5 Tips for Picking the Right Smartphone
Lots of people feel completely lost when choosing a smartphone. But with a little time and a little research, it's easy to figure exactly what you need, what you want and what you can do without.
5 Tips for Choosing the Right Tablet
So many tablets, so little time. We'll give you the tips to choose the one that's right for you.
5 Tips to Improve Your Wireless Connection
Wireless connections are the norm, and there are easy ways to improve your connection. Learn how to improve your wireless connection in this article.
The Evolution of Wireless Network Security
One of the first major complaints out wireless networking was its security vulnerability. Learn how wireless network security has evolved through the years.
5 Bluetooth Devices Everybody Wants
Whether you're doing some serious holiday gift shopping or if you're just a little Bluetooth-curious, you'll find this list of devices includes something for everyone.
5 Tips for Choosing the Right E-reader
E-readers come in all shapes and sizes. So which one's right for you?
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