The stalwart CEO of Unwired, one of the first wireless broadband networks, is to leave the company, as its owner, Channel 7 makes clear its future plans lie with vividwireless.
on 02/22/2010 – Made popular on 02/22/2010
The patent rat-race continues apace. Today Unwired Planet announced that it has purchased a portfolio of over 2,400 patents from the troubled Swedish mobile vendor Ericsson. The deal includes IP related to 2G, 3G and LTE technologies, and will give Unwired Planet significantly more ammunition in its various legal battles against Apple (x2), Google and RIM over patent infringements.
While existing Android patent suits between the likes of Samsung and Apple continue to drag on in Europe, Unwired Planet, the patent enforcement entity that acquired 2,400 wireless patents from Ericsson last year, looks like it is putting its IP to work.
NVIDIA is hoping to win back mobile processor marketshare with a plan that involves building its own smartphone and tablet hardware designs and offering them white label to OEMs in Russia and China, according to a new report from Unwired View.
FreedomPop, the wireless broadband company that started out offering free mobile data plans with 500MB of bandwidth for free, today began offering its Hub Burst modem for pre-order with an early 2013 expected arrival date. The modem uses Clearwire’s WiMAX network to provide customers with in-home broadband connections at speeds it claims exceed DSL connections.
The wireless networks were being scanned correctly and I was able to connect to the internet. yesterday,I used pppoeconf and set up the BSNL broadband connection. I was able to connect to broadband and downloaded few packages. During the download,unintentionally i shut down the system .
In the future, getting a broadband connection might be as simple as flipping on a light switch. In fact, according to a group of researchers from Germany, the light coming from the lamps in your home could one day encode a wireless broadband signal.
As of now, the majority of wireless in homes and businesses is [...]
I've got a laptop which I use two wireless adapters with. With one of them, I'd like NetworkManager to manage and automatically connect me to wireless networks when they're available. The other, I want NetworkManager to leave alone, letting me hack on it with iwconfig and whatnot.