There is no Wi-Fi password.
More ways to play the only three albums you ever listen to.
Do you run from hotspot to hotspot, afraid of being disconnected?
The technology is called ambient backscatter, and the joy is that devices using it don't require a transmitter.
It's the East End that's the focus, which should stop Phil Mitchell losing his rag.
Well, two individual buses on two separate bus routes, to be exact.
Magically turn 4G into Wi-Fi and save everyone's day. Network permitting.
Four years on, the Mayor believes a wider public Wi-Fi network is more vital to that capital than ever before.
Ever wondered how the Wi-Fi signal varies around your house or workplace? These light paintings show you how they swirl and shift.
Three has announced that it will finally be offering a free London Underground Wi-Fi service to its customers, going live at the end of July.
If Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are already battling it out to connect everything in your smartphone, does one more competitor make anybody's life better?
In this short dramatic sketch, Julian Smith imagines a brief wireless outage as disaster movie.
Free and speedy Wi-Fi is coming to the UK's busiest rail routes. You'll be able to watch YouTube in HD, even if you can't get a seat.
Qualcomm recently announced that it's buying a little company called Wilocity, which has been working on faster Wi-Fi for years now.
Password for Brazil 2014 is "b5a2112014."
Coming next week: Tesco+.
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