Products based on the IEEE 802.11ad (WiGig) standard have really only begun rolling out over the past year, but an effort to deliver an enhancement dubbed 802.11ay in the unlicensed 60 GHz spectrum band that promises to deliver faster and longer range W-Fi networks is gaining steam.
The lowdown on the emerging IEEE 802.11ay gigabit wireless technology standard, an enhancement to 802.11ad that promises higher speed and longer range to support a slew of new applications.
With a wealth of experience in the field, Friday explains how his company is inventing and bringing to market virtual BLE beacons.
Not every smartphone has to skimp on features or cost a small fortune. Case in point: The Moto G5 Plus, which reviewer Dan Rosenbaum says is a good bargain buy.
Cisco security research breaks down the anatomy of a cyberattack throughout the exploit kit infection chain, all the way to ransomware attacks and investigation into such breaches, at SecureWorld Boston event
Over the past 50 years, data storage development has blown past barrier after barrier to give us denser, higher-capacity hard drives (and flash storage) at ever-cheaper costs.
Coming soon to a PC near you: Windows 10 Creators Edition. But what comes after that in the years ahead for PCs, and Macs, and mobile devices? Are we headed for a voice-activated future?
The Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) gold rush is on, and the Wireless Innovation Forum is hosting a workshop in Las Vegas next week for those interested in becoming part of this new shared spectrum ecosystem.
ArrowStream’s OnDemand software gives CraftWorks Restaurants and Breweries a full view of its supply chain data, helping it reduce food costs.
CBRS Alliance Chairman Neville Meijers shares latest news about 3.5 GHz shared spectrum opportunity for LTE service providers of all types
Microsoft is about to release the Windows 10 Creators Update, a major update to its operating system. We preview what you can expect.
What is CBRS? Here are the basics on Citizens Broadband Radio Service (i.e., CBRS) shared spectrum in the 3.5 GHz band. Yeah, thats a mouthful, but this tech could have big implications for building private LTE networks and for carriers that want to extend their 4G services.
If you can get past that unappealing acronym, you just might find that CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service) is worth paying attention to as a serious wireless network alternative for enterprises in the not-too-distant future.
Microsoft's forthcoming Creators Update offers a mixed bag of fixes for Win10's biggest knocks
Computerworld's Matt Hamblen, just back from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, details the big announcements from the show. Hint: It's not only about smartphones.
Two of the hottest open source web dev tools butt heads over your next project
Here’s your augmented & virtual reality: bloody vendor battles, expected iPhone support & seeing in to IoT
As anyone who has sampled the immersive worlds of early augmented or virtual reality apps can attest, the experience can be downright exhilarating. So too will be the vendor battles that erupt and the commercial uses to emerge around the technologies.
Improvements to cameras, photos and video in smartphones are among the biggest lures for buyers, and several smartphone manufacturers at Mobile World Congress announced camera innovations designed to meet that demand.
Here's why the self-driving car of your dreams is a mirage, at least for the foreseeable future. But an iPhone that charges wirelessly? That might actually happen.
Aruba kicked off its annual Atmosphere conference on Tuesday in Nashville with a keynote from CTO Keerti Melkote that featured CTOs and CIOs from several of the company’s most prominent customers.
Leader Computers has leveraged its partnership with Ubiquiti to give resellers access to a CRM software package, UCRM, for free, in a bid to help the reseller deepen its engagement with their customers.. Read more