EU worried about wireless spectrum system
Published in News


Shake up likely before 5G

The European Union is reviewing a bill pertaining to wireless spectrum licences in preparation for the rollout of 5G across the bloc.

Wireless antennas shrink
Published in News


By 100 times


Boffins at Northeastern University in Boston have emerged from their smoke filled labs having shrunk antennas for wireless communication by 100 times. 

Next iPhone will have wireless charging
Published in Mobiles


At last Apple has invented it


The geniuses at Apple will finally invent gaming changing wireless charging technology, which none of its rivals have, and it will be in the next iPhone.

Razer unveils its Lancehead gaming mouse
Published in News


Coming in both wired and wireless versions

Razer said its newest Lancehead gaming mouse will be available in both wired and wireless versions as well as promising some rather impressive features.

AMD wants to make your VR headset wireless
Published in Graphics


Acquires Nitero millimeter wave company

You might seen we've writing about millimeter waves several times. and we usually attributed this term to 5G. AMD has just acquired Nitero, a millimeter wave company that wants to use this technology to cut the cord on your VR and AR headset. 

Google abandoning fibre projects
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Wireless will get things moving 

Google has decided that fibre is rather old hat and is walking away from wires in favour of wireless tech.

Arlo shows off upcoming kid monitoring
Published in News


Parents can sleep easier at night

Hey baby what are you up to?

EU boss promises 5G by 2020
Published in Mobiles


Uninterrupted 5G coverage by 2025

European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker made some bold statement about the future of 5G in his State of the Union 2016 speech. 

Chipzilla pulls the plug on wireless charging project
Published in Notebooks


So much for a world without wires

Intel appears to have given up on its wireless world project, which was based around its Core M chip.

Researchers take the battery out of mobile
Published in Wearables


Wireless Identification and Sensing Platform

A team of boffins working for the University of Washington's Sensor Lab have worked out a way of taking the battery out of mobile devices and keeping them powered by radio waves.