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Google working on smartphone with replaceable parts

Briefs | | 04/16/2014 5:04 pm EDT

Air Canada to expand WiFi capacity

Briefs | | 04/09/2014 12:19 pm EDT

Avaya architect pleased with network performance in Sochi

News | | 03/03/2014 4:05 pm EST

Companies bet on finding profits in free public WiFi

News | | 02/24/2014 3:44 pm EST

WestJet to offer in-flight WiFi

Briefs | | 02/18/2014 1:24 pm EST

Shaw opens WiFi network to flood victims

Briefs | | 06/24/2013 4:25 pm EDT

WiFi offloading growing faster than expected: Sandvine

Briefs | | 05/16/2013 8:06 pm EDT

FCC to release more spectrum for WiFi

Briefs | | 01/11/2013 5:22 pm EST

New WiGig technology to revolutionize wireless in the home, tech experts say

News | | 10/24/2012 5:18 pm EDT

Shaw seeks to join U.S. WiFi consortium

Briefs | | 09/21/2012 4:31 pm EDT
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