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Never pay for data on the Outernet thanks to the solar Lantern's satellite Wi-Fi hotspot

Never pay for data on the Outernet thanks to the solar Lantern's satellite Wi-Fi hotspot

By 12 January 2015

Lantern is the gadget that aims to connect the entire world to the internet, or more accurately, the Outernet, for free. The idea of the Outernet is an off-grid way to offer information, be it books, news, social media and more. This will be achieved... >>

Virgin Atlantic's trans-Atlantic Wi-Fi tested, but is it up to speed?

Virgin Atlantic's trans-Atlantic Wi-Fi tested, but is it up to speed?

By 23 December 2014

A couple of months ago, Virgin Atlantic launched its first trans-Atlantic Wi-Fi service on its brand spanking new 787 Dreamliner aircraft, the first in the fleet which travels the London Heathrow to Boston route. It was kicked off with a bang too, hosting... >>

How to make your car smart: 5 gadget tips for drivers

How to make your car smart: 5 gadget tips for drivers

By 14 November 2014

You might not have the most modern car on the road but that doesn't mean you can't have all the latest tech. You don't have to layout for a new motor in order to stream music from your phone, or let your passengers enjoy 4G connected internet over a local... >>

Turn your car into a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot using the EE Buzzard 2

Turn your car into a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot using the EE Buzzard 2

By 14 November 2014

EE has just announced the Buzzard 2 which will allow owners to create an in-car Wi-Fi hotspot where they want with 4G connectivity. The Buzzard 2 will be for both day-to-day users as well as business customers. It's primarily for the car with an ability... >>

How to get Wi-Fi on the London Tube for free

How to get Wi-Fi on the London Tube for free

By 3 November 2014

Having launched to help visitors to the 2012 London Olympics stay connected on their travels, Virgin Media's Tube Wi-Fi network has become a standard service for commuters and passengers alike over the intervening years. And thanks to deals with the networks,... >>

Samsung’s Wi-Fi is going to be five times faster, meaning a movie download per second

Samsung’s Wi-Fi is going to be five times faster, meaning a movie download per second

By 13 October 2014

Samsung is working on the next generation of Wi-Fi that will increase download speeds by five times. This new 60GHz Wi-Fi will mean downloads of up to 575MB per second. Presuming your broadband supports that speed when it arrives, of course. Time to get... >>

Devolo dLAN 500 review: Starter Pack extends home Wi-Fi network with ease
4 out of 5

Devolo dLAN 500 review: Starter Pack extends home Wi-Fi network with ease

By 26 August 2014

Having recently moved house, we came across a problem: the Wi-Fi signal from our otherwise impressive Virgin Media Superhub 2 wouldn't reach the back bedroom. No internet in bed - that's a serious modern day dilemma. But the solution to boost our Wi-Fi... >>

100% free internet... who are they kidding?

100% free internet... who are they kidding?

By 28 August 2014

If you are constantly looking for free Wi-Fi then FreedomPop has the answer. Forget about trekking it to Starbucks or frantically searching for your neighbour's unsecured, open Wi-Fi network. FreedomPop will hook you up with 100% free high speed wireless... >>

Going to Glastonbury and want free Wi-Fi? Just plonk yourself next to a cow

Going to Glastonbury and want free Wi-Fi? Just plonk yourself next to a cow

By 25 June 2014

After unleashing its Wi-Fi tractor at the event last year, EE has gone one better for Glastonbury 2014 and is providing free 4G Wi-Fi to festival goers by converting cows into mobile internet hotspots. That doesn't mean it's strapping devices to Worthy... >>

EE voice over data trials could spell the end for Skype and Viber

EE voice over data trials could spell the end for Skype and Viber

By 20 June 2014

EE has announced live trials of phone calls over Wi-Fi and 4G which could lead to improved audio quality and eliminate dropped signals. The network is investing £275 million in voice calling technology, which could eventually lead to calls being made... >>


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