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American Airlines WiFi

For better or worse I spend a great deal of time on airplanes. Interestingly the airplane is the last place where I can work with limited interruptions. Of course this doesn’t include flight attendants telling me to put my backrest...

WiFi not Secure – Clarified

I just received this e-mail from Francois Doremieux, Senior Program Manager, Product Group: Customer Experience in response  to my WiFi is Insecure post from last week. I thought it worth sharing.   ----   Hello Rich It was a pleasure...

WiFi is not Secure

George Ou has an excellent write-up about how insecure Web 2.0 applications are over WiFi. The problem? Unencrypted traffic which can be recorded, analyzed and used against you. He starts with a basic example of a Gmail account getting hijacked....

Nokia N800 Question

I received the following question today regarding the Nokia N800:   I'm seriously thinking of purchasing the Nokia N800. Since it is strictly a wireless device is there really enough free public wireless to make the purchase worthwhile. I'd be...

Bluesocket buys Pingtel

One of the fastest growing spaces in communications is the wireless market and it is essential all communications equipment providers address this area. To that end, Bluesocket, a company known in the WLAN and security space has just picked...

iPhone Without AT&T

You want an iPhone but you aren’t exactly thrilled about switching your phone network to AT&T. Well a hacker, who seems to be intent on breaking as many “protection schemes” as possible – from DVD to iTunes, has found a...

Nokia N800 The Real Story

What is the world’s toughest job at the moment? It has to be trying to compete head on with the iPhone. But as Om Malik points out, the Nokia N800 does a great deal of what the iPhone does not...

Nokia N800 and Free WiFi

The Nokia N800 tablet is an exciting example of what communications technology can and should be. I was sent one from the company to try and to be honest I didn’t expect to be impressed. When I started using it...

WiFi Goes Green

Here is an interesting blog post from none other than me :) on TMC’s new green blog. Be sure to click here if you want to learn more about a solar powered municipal WiFi installation....

Stop Stealing my WiFi

Are you worried about people stealing your WiFi? If you are, be sure to check out this article regarding a window film being used to reduce signal leakage from WiFi networks. Used in the DoD the film also reduces the...

ZyXel

The engineers at ZyXel have been busy pumping out new products which I recently had a chance to see. One of the company’s latest creations is the ZyWALL 2WG which is 3G and WiFi mobile broadband security appliance for remote...

WildPackets

WildPackets comes out swinging with a suite on new testing initiatives as part of it’s new OmniAnalysis 5 release.   The testing market seems to be doing very well and it is amazing to see how many new products are...

Motorola: I Hate My Customers

Yesterday I was speaking to an influential PR representative who was implying one of his handset manufacturer customers was not really thrilled by the amount of power the wireless carriers wield. Generally this sort of talk is done behind...

Bees Gone Wild

Greg has some thoughts on the bee problems and how Taiwan is being affected by bees who leave their hives and get lost on the way home. Last year at the Communications Developer Conference I joked onstage about the...

The FMC Border Architecture

In 1999 I had an interesting discussion at a Lucent Technologies luncheon with Arun Netravali who then headed up Bell Labs for Lucent Technology. Netravali spoke of the future of communications being an all encompassing communications skin which would have...

Intoxicating Tech News

I just learned how Grape Networks (news) is using technology to reduce mildew on grapes in vineyards and in the process reducing labor and the need for pesticides. The technology utilizes mesh networks meaning the average vineyard will now have...

Sprint Accolades

It is good to see Sprint is getting accolades from Andy Abramson. Road warriors can get very frustrated when we don’t have connectivity. Based on Andy’s report the service provider should be commended for their excellent customer service. I love...

WiFi Exploit

There is a new WiFi hole that needs patching and it seems many laptop users could be at risk . Using the exploit a malicious user within a few hundred feet can take control of someone else’s laptop. The problem...

More on Femtocell

It seems the more I read about femtocell the more I realize it has the potential to change the concepts we have of wireless telecom. Could this technology really change the dual-mode handset market and minimize the role of WiFi...

Google WiFi

Few companies strike fear in the heart of Microsoft and the incumbent telephone companies like Google. Analysts and journalists seem to delight in asking the software leader and the companies comprising the new AT&T how they will fend off the...

Houston WiFi

  Houston has released a draft for city-wide WiFi according to Save Muni Wireless. Here are some interesting details from the blog entry:   The City's vision is to apply ubiquitous, low-cost wireless Internet access as a foundation for the...

Wireless Disruption

The following is a portion of my April 2006 Internet Telephony Magazine Publisher's Outlook:I think this year will see serious wireless disruption. In my life, I have witnessed many a technology look to replace Ethernet only to find out that...

WiFi on Airlines

I am looking forward to more widespread adoption of broadband on domestic flights. Here is an article from itWorldCanada discussing the issue. I was quoted in the article and so was Greg Welch from GlobalTouch Telecom:But many other players, not...

VoIP URLs for Feb 18, 2006

Here are some of the latest VoIP URLs. My favorite are coffeevoip.com as it makes me think of having a VoIP conversation in Starbucks over WiFi. Seems like the ones with Google in the name are just politely asking for...

Not Making Money in Tech

It would seem that today is a bad day to make money. As funny as that sounds there are people that are upset with Apple for selling products that scratch. Now I am not sure who these people are but...
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