Broadband coming to the middle of nowhere near you?
Swindon is set to be blanketed with WiFi, offering all residents a completely free 1Mb/s Internet connection - with the possibility to upgrade to 20Mb/s.
The latest revision to the Bluetooth Core Specification has gone live - and includes 802.11 piggybacking technology to boost throughput to 24Mb/s.
Ultra-wideband specialist Wisair has crowed that its single-chip wireless USB implementation has been picked by Fujitsu and Olidata for adaptor dongles.
Japanese telecoms provider KDDI is due to launch a 1Gb/s internet service aimed at home users - with equal upstream and downstream bandwidth.
Netgear has taken the wraps off its 'open source' router, a wireless device which can officially run any of a number of Linux-based open source firmware packages.
Google has published a letter to the FCC which outlines the company's plans for utilising the radio spectrum freed by the move to all-digital TV transmissions.
If you use wireless networks in a busy area you could probably do with a spectrum analyser, and hacker Jason Hecker has designed just what you're after.
Now Symbian users can get in on the fun of turning their mobiles into portable Wifi-to-3G gateways thanks to JoikuSpot Light.
Camera manufacturer Nikon has announced a new model of digital SLR designed with the Eye-Fi WiFi SD card in mind, marking the first partnership for the new technology.
Up to 10,000 new homes being built in Ebbsfleet in Kent are being supplied with fibre-optic cabling offering up to 100Mb/s downstream bandwidth in a trial being run by Openreach.
The networking division of mobile phone giant Nokia has announced trials of a wireless technology capable of transferring data to mobiles at 173Mb/s.
A new study from the Australasian Journal of Clinical Environmental Medicine has found a possible link between WiFi devices and childhood autism.
Ofcom has stepped into the ring to clear up the state of UK broadband Internet. Let's hope it gets better for us all...
Draft-n Wireless, Embedded Linux, Dual Gigabit Ethernet, Silent heatpipes, Dual PCI-Express Gen-2 x16 lanes, six SATA and just 5 seconds from turning on to getting on the net. Has Asus created the ultimate motherboard for us?
The UK government has decided that faster broadband speeds are needed and may step in to help lower the costs of building a fibre network.
A survey of a random sample of around 1,800 British adults has shown that the majority have a broadband Internet connection.
Do LAN centres in the UK still work considering the mass adoption of broadband? Is playing face to face still better than behind a PC the other end of the country?
A recent survey has revealed that the UK's Internet service providers are not delivering the broadband speeds they're promising to punters.
Hack Day London is almost ruined by rain when a lightning strike opens all the skylights.