WiFi

Samsung New WiFi Technology is 5 Times Faster Than Existing Connections?
bestbroadbandreports.com

Samsung Electronics has announced the development of 60GHz WiFi, which offers data transmission speeds of up to 575MB per second. To put that into context, currently the maximum speed possible from a consumer electronic device is around 108MB per second. Samsung said in its statement that previous challenges that hindered commercial adaptation of 60GHz Wi-Fi […]

0
Like
Save
Qantas Airways and Virgin Australia To Allow Smartphone Use During Flights
bestbroadbandreports.com

Australian airlines Qantas Airways Ltd and Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd said passengers can use smartphones and tablets throughout flights from Tuesday after a regulator relaxed a ban on electronic devices on planes. The airlines said they would start letting passengers use personal electronic devices for the duration of their flight after Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety […]

0
Like
Save
Air China Offer Free Inflight Wi-Fi Service
bestbroadbandreports.com

Travellers flying with Air China will soon be able to surf the Net during their flights since the successful trial run of its inflight Wi-Fi service on April 16. During the period, Air China passengers on flight CA4116 from Beijing to Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province, and passengers on flight CA4109 from Chengdu to Beijing […]

0
Like
Save
Victorian Government Splurges $40 Million on Train WiFi Services
bestbroadbandreports.com

This morning the Victorian Government has announced it would spend some $40 million setting up free WiFi services and fixing mobile broadband blackspots on the Seymour line servicing Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, Seymour and Traralgon. A collaborative process with the Commonwealth Government and mobile infrastructure providers would soon commence on the issue, the state’s Minister for […]

0
Like
Save
Vodafone Introduces LTE Stick for Car
bestbroadbandreports.com

Vodafone has revealed a special LTE-WiFi stick for cars at the CeBIT in Hanover, which is according to the network operator, a cheap and easy solution to allow Internet surfing in any car with LTE connection. The provider addresses its LTE-WiFi car stick particularly to the 40 million second hand car owners in Germany. Meanwhile, […]

0
Like
Save