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Intel 13th-gen ‘Raptor Lake’ processors to support Wi-Fi sensing

An Intel spokesperson told IT World Canada that Intel’s upcoming 13th-generation "Raptor Lake" platform will support Wi-Fi sensing. “This is the first time we’re going...

Windows 11 will block WEP and TKIP Wi-Fi connections

Windows 11 will soon block Wi-Fi connections to networks running the ancient WEP and TKIP security protocols, according to a Microsoft blog posted on...

Expert says 6 GHz spectrum is ‘the biggest Wi-Fi advancement in 20 years’ for Canada

Canada has released the 6 GHz wireless spectrum for Wi-Fi 6E, devices are set to arrive in late 2021.

Five telecommunication topics to focus on in 2021

As Canada's communication infrastructure continues to be developed, what should you pay attention to in 2021?

Separating the modem and router is the best way to get stable Wi-Fi, experts say

Experts agree that you should hook up an external router to the one that your ISP gave you.

Wi-Fi Alliance officially announces Wi-Fi 6 certification

Wi-Fi Alliance's new certification to guarantee Wi-Fi 6 performance out of the box.

Wi-Fi fingerprinting method could be used to track individuals

A security researcher at RSA demonstrated how Wi-Fi devices can be tracked based on RFID signals.

Hashtag Trending – Why airborne Wi-Fi isn’t free; New Zealand gov’t teaching entrepreneurship with video games; Russians have hacked U.S. utilities

The Wall Street Journal explains why you have to pay for Wi-Fi on your flight. The New Zealand government invests $150,000 into a video game that teaches players how to be an entrepreneur. And the Department of Homeland Security warns that Russian hackers have reached the control rooms of U.S. utility companies.

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