Get ready for more opportunities to check your email, scroll through the headlines or snap the next viral sensation on your way to work. Metro says the rollout of free public Wi-Fi at all underground stations will be completed by Friday.
After researchers recently discovered another Wi-Fi network vulnerability, Data Doctor’s Ken Colburn gives advice on what tech users can do.
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The Ballston Business Improvement District is rolling out BLinked, what it calls the region’s first free, seamless gigabit-capable Wi-Fi network, and it’s not just a series of hot-spots.
Metro riders will be able to access public Wi-Fi at a majority of underground rail stations by the end of next year.
Taking a few simple steps can help speed up a sluggish home Wi-Fi system.
Riders who access the Wi-Fi and open an internet browser to connect will see a Metro landing page with links similar to Metro’s mobile website for trip planning, next train and bus arrivals, and buttons to call customer assistance or Metro Transit Police.
Metro is set to launch a “lite” Wi-Fi network for riders in six downtown stations this month.
If you thought Wi-Fi was fast, wait until you get a load of Li-Fi, which French start-up Oledcomm just demonstrated at the world’s biggest mobile fair in Barcelona.
Your Christmas lights could slow down your Wi-Fi.
A new smartphone will let people use Wi-Fi networks to make calls, text and surf the Internet, without having to dip into a monthly allowance of minutes or data.
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