The HTC One X is currently one of the most popular (and powerful) Android devices on the market. Now, however, we’re seeing some reports surface from users that there may
Motorola Xoom Wifi getting upddated to Android 4.0.4, camera improvements and faster screen rotation in tow
We had heard before about Motorola sending out emails to Xoom Wifi users about a new update, but – after a while – the email simply stopped coming. Now, however,
Libelium designs and manufactures hardware technology for the implementation of wireless sensor networks so that system integrators, engineering and consultancy companies can implement reliable Smart Cities solutions to end users within the minimun time
Multiple HTC handsets were found to have a WiFi exploit however a fix has been rolling out over last few months.
Professional wireless engineers and IT managers are often tasked with making sure there is or will be ample wifi coverage in offices and conference rooms. It used to be a
After the gentle tide of announcements during the holidays and the crazy undertow of CES, we’re finally starting to see our first wave of devices for 2012. We mentioned during
Phorus announced at CES21012 their new PlayCast Receiver for Android powered devices. The PlayCast Receiver will alleviate the need to plug your phone into your audio system. Essentially, the Receiver
A new version of the Android market is currently being pushed out, bearing the mark 3.3.11, and it includes some pretty cool new features. While the latest and greatest capabilities
Boingo, one of the largest providers of Wi-Fi software and services in the world, announced today that they have partnered up with LG Uplus (or “U+”) in South Korea to
Celebrating their 10th anniversary Boingo Wireless rang the NASDAQ opening bell this morning. A newly public company, Boingo is happy to announce their 10th anniversary celebration by awarding their customers
If you needed a reason to join one of the many bulk shopping clubs in the world, this could be it. Costco has listed the Xoom WiFi only version on
Nullsoft, the makers of WinAmp (and owned by AOL), have announced today that they have upgraded their popular music player app for Android to 1.0 today, giving users a bunch
Software developing house, Ekahau, has launched a network survey app that allows users to map their networks, show problem areas and see connected clients. Here is the description from their site:
It seems like just yesterday people were complaining that Android’s music systems were lacking in features, and needed a boost to compete. Winamp understands this so they’ve released the latest version of the Android application, adding on WiFi sync support.
In case you weren’t aware, Kineto is the company behind the WiFi calling capability in your new, Android-based G2 or myTouch 4G handset. Their software is the brains (app) that provides your unlimited, perfect coverage wherever a WiFi hotspot can be found.