WiFi on Planes Getting a Boost in Speed

WiFi on Planes Getting a Boost in Speed

In-flight WiFi has not been a priority for most major airlines to the point that it has become the butt of many jokes. According to Routehappy Inc., a New York-based firm, eighty-two airlines worldwide offer in-flight WiFi. More than 80% of those are in America. For...
More Secure WiFi Coming With WPA3

More Secure WiFi Coming With WPA3

Last October, researchers exposed WPA2 with a major security vulnerability. As manufacturers scrambled to patch the security flaw, this news prompted the discussion of an improved protocol. The WPA3 Solution The WiFi Alliance recently announced that they would be...
Google Addresses WiFi Disruption Bug

Google Addresses WiFi Disruption Bug

Recently a number of users of Google’s casting equipment reported network disruptions and data flooding of their routers, essentially shutting them down temporarily. Google recently responded on their blog stating only in “certain situations” does the bug occur, so...
Google Hardware Glitch Causing WiFi Issues

Google Hardware Glitch Causing WiFi Issues

Since October 2017, an issue with some Google hardware is causing devices like the Google Home smart speakers and Chromecast to overload WiFi network routers and shut them down. TP-Link says many of its devices are being affected. Blame is pointing at Google devices...
WPA3 WiFi Security Coming Soon

WPA3 WiFi Security Coming Soon

WPA (Wireless Protected Access) is a Wi-Fi security protocol that brings a level of security to network devices. At CES, the WiFi Alliance announced that WPA3 will come soon to a whole host of devices bringing with it beefed up security such as individualized...