Terahertz waves can transmit more information in less time
Conspiracy theorists are misinterpreting the scientific evidence, pick'n'mixing to arrive at their desired conclusion with disastrous consequences for emergency services
The scientists claim that laser 'comb' technology could radically improve wireless network performance
Peter Cochrane castigates the "dominance of ignorance" over fibre and 5G in the UK
WPA2 was KRACKed last year
Wi-Fi researchers Mathy Vanhoef and Frank Piessens have presented their findings about KRACK
What is KRACK, and what can you do to counter it?
The release of wireless spectrum is one thing, but how can antenna technology efficiently manage the many different bands and technologies? Peter Cochrane suggests that it can't
Understanding unified communications could prove critical to your revenue
Internet of Things comes to East Hampshire with IoT network initiative between council and local IoT start-up
Petersfield to become a national IoT hub?
Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus designs don't infringe Baili's 100C smartphone rights
Nearly 70 per cent of UK enterprise is not interested in wireless networking, reveals shocking study
Lack of trust in network pain points?
Wireless security cameras, a bank of microwave ovens and interference from ships' own Wi-Fi networks identified with NetScout Wireless Performance Management
Cutting the thick cord that connects VR headsets to PCs requires ultra-fast 6Gbps wireless technology
Research finds quality drops off as conditions worsen
Manufacturers producing vulnerable devices seven years after first research highlighting security flaws
Switched-on Dutch telco KPN plans to connect millions of devices across the country
Partnerships, and new silicon and modems to come from Intel in a bid to support 5G developments - which could come as early as 2018
Firm announces partnerships, SoCs and modems in bid to create a 'network revolution'
Technology could remove need for fibre networks for future 5G deployments
East Texas court famous for big patent pay-outs in another big patent pay-out
Broadcasters not happy
Computing's latest research finds that networks are much more reliable than they used to be, but pressures from real-time applications and cloud mean there's no room for complacency
Lo and Behold: Werner Herzog on why he saw the internet as 'a whole new continent' he needed to explore
Computing goes to Sundance and sits down with the director of the most radical film yet made about the connected world