Want to get email on your iPhone or BlackBerry in the middle of the ocean, or in the Arctic? Now you can – but it’ll cost you.
A CBS 5 poll released Monday night found that a majority of the public in the Bay Area backed the transit agency’s decision to cut off cellphone service.
A Bay Area Rapid Transit spokesman defended Monday the agency’s interruption of cellphone service to prevent a protest from happening at train stations in downtown San Francisco last week.
In more and more coffeehouses, if you’re looking to keep enjoying your cup of java with unlimited free Wi-Fi and plug-in access, you might be disappointed.
Lawmakers are considering proposals that would stop law enforcement agencies from using GPS devices to track people without getting a warrant first.
Researchers at the University of Ulm said Android users who log in to random wi-fi networks to go online may be putting their personal information at risk.
The intermittent Wi-Fi problem that plagued the very first iPad users has resurfaced with a vengeance.
President Barack Obama’s plan to nearly double the wireless spectrum available for mobile broadband and deliver high speed Internet to nearly every American within five years comes as nations in Asia have surged ahead, said one technology analyst.
Qualcomm Inc. is making a $3.2 billion bet on the continuing spread of Wi-Fi-connected gadgets—think tablet computers, smart phones or even TVs—into every corner of life in the 21st century.
San Francisco has finished installing free Wi-Fi in its public housing facilities as part of a citywide housing improvement initiative.