After visiting the WiMAX Forum Congress Asia 2010 in Taipei this week, we found out about the latest WiMAX products, how it's better than mobile 3.5G internet - but also why we'll never actually get to use it.
Swindon is set to be blanketed with WiFi, offering all residents a completely free 1Mb/s Internet connection - with the possibility to upgrade to 20Mb/s.
The newly formed WiGig Alliance promises gigabit-speed wireless network and the ability to ditch almost all the wires in your house - but can it succeed where others have failed?
Panasonic has announced that its ToughBook rugged notebook range is to get Qualcomm's multifunction Gobi 3G radio device for international wireless broadband.
Microsoft's MSN Direct division has announced that it has sold the last Smart Watch device, and it has no plans to ever create any more SPOT-enabled wristwear.
Garth Freeman, CEO of Buzz Broadband, has described WiMAX as a "disaster" twelve months after launching a platform based on the technology.
The Digital Video Broadcast - Handheld (DVB-H) standard has been officially endorsed by the European Commission, paving the way for a Europe-wide mobile TV network.
Molecular Expressions specialises in microphotography, and has a fascinating gallery of artwork hidden in computer chips - artwork so small you need a microscope to see it.
With its continuing struggle in the mobile phone market, Motorola is concentrating its efforts on second-generation WiMAX gear for end-users.
Now Symbian users can get in on the fun of turning their mobiles into portable Wifi-to-3G gateways thanks to JoikuSpot Light.
If you've got a Windows Mobile smartphone then you might just be interested in some software to turn it into a WiFi-to-3G router for emergency 'net connections.
IDF FALL 07: Intel has disclosed some information on its next-generation mobile platform, codenamed Montevina.
IDF SPRING 2007: Intel technical Guru, Mooly Eden, tells all in the tales of next generation mobile computing.
IDF SPRING 2007: Configurable Antennas look set to be a big part of the future of wireless networking technology.
Pipex announces that it is to roll out the first large-scale commercial WiMax network in the broadband-lite city.
Intel Capital is to fund a new Wimax network in London and Manchester to provide high speed wireless to individuals and companies there.