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Jun 27, 2018
Facebook abandons Project Aquila, its initiative to provide wireless internet via dronesFacebook began Aquila project in 2014. In 2017, the solar-powered drone successfully completed the second full-scale test flight.
Jan 03, 2018
TRAI releases consultation paper on National Telecom Policy 2018; aims $100 bn investment, 20 Mbps speed for wirelessIndian telecom sector is the second largest in the world by number of telephone subscribers with 1.2 billion subscribers as on 31 Oct 31, 2017.
Oct 16, 2017
Major security flaw in WPA2 protocol leaves all Wi-Fi networks insecure; 41 percent Android phones vulnerable to a 'devastating' variant of attackResearchers pointed out that about 41 percent of Android smartphones are vulnerable to ‘exceptionally devastating’ variant of a Wi-Fi attack.
Jan 03, 2017
Telephone subscribers in India cross 1.075bn mark by Sept 2016, says Trai reportTelephone subscriber in India crossed 1.074 billion at the end of September from 1.059 billion in the previous sequential quarter, registering a growth of 1.36 percent.
Apr 18, 2016
Google plans to beam wireless internet into your homesWhile we've been hearing about Google's balloons and Facebook's drones being tested to beam Internet from the skies, a new report points out that Google is all set to enter your homes.
Jul 28, 2015
Sri Lanka shakes hands with Google Loon, country to get free Wi-Fi by 2016Free Wi-Fi connections will be available across Sri Lanka by March 2016 under an agreement the government signed on Tuesday with multinational technology company Google, a media report said.
May 29, 2014
Huawei successfully tests next-gen 10Gbps Wi-Fi, aims to have it commercialised by 2018Array
Apr 23, 2014
TRAI to soon mandate telecoms to specify minimum wireless internet speedArray
Oct 18, 2013
A light bulb could be your next wireless routerChinese scientists have figured out a rather strange way to set up a wireless Internet network. According to a report by Indian Express, instead of using