ZTE Mobley Brings Internet in Your Car
AT&T is currently promoting a new Wi-Fi device that is capable to offer car drivers a reliable Internet connection in their vehicles. ZTE Mobley makes use of power from the car, but does not have a power cable, like competitors’ similar products.
You do not have to be an internet expert in order to use the device; simply plug it into the onboard diagnostics port, which is present in all the modern cars that have been built since 1996. Once Mobley is installed, up to five devices can link to it and use the 4G LTE network. Mobley can be also used by guests traveling in the car, of course.
With Mobley installed in the car, adults can resume their work and communicate with others. Kids can listen to music or play online games on their computers. The good news is that ZTE Mobley can also be installed on older cars by making use of a special adapter.
Free public Wi-Fi in Philippines
In several areas of Angeles City, Philippines, people can enjoy free Internet, because the government has launched a public Wi-Fi service. The ten hotspots will hopefully help the economic activity of the city, as mentioned in an interview with the city mayor. According to him, the free Internet connection will also help attract more investors in the city.
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity is a medical condition that affects some persons. It is also the case of a young boy, who feels sick due to the presence of a free Wi-Fi network in his school.
The story began in 2013, when a boy from a prestigious Massachusetts school started to come home with headaches, rash and itchy skin. After a long period of investigations, the family came to the conclusion that the sickness has to do with the Wi-Fi signal.
The disease is still considered to be a mysterious one, especially because many of the patients have diagnosed themselves. The symptoms include nausea, vomiting, heart palpitations, digestive problems and fatigue, symptoms which seem to be somehow related with the presence of the electromagnetic fields. The World Health Organization is not yet talking about a serious medical condition caused by Wi-Fi, although the unpleasant symptoms have already made some people quit their jobs.
Ubiquiti Networks Targets the Education Sector
Ubiquiti Networks Mexico has recently launched several access points and a brand new UniFi controller which targets the education market. And with a price below $90, the controller is set to bring in features that were only available to enterprise customer until now, to the rest of us.
UniFi is five times faster in comparison with the 802.11n technology and features MIMO, concurrent radio frequencies, as well as a standardized design which allows the access point to be easily mounted on a wall or a ceiling.
American Business Magnate Offers Free Wi-Fi
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors, has asked the Federal Communications Commission to allow him to use 4,000 satellites. If his request is accepted, many people located in the most remote areas on Earth will be able to connect to the internet within the next five years. Due to their low altitude orbits and slow speeds, about 4,000 satellites will be enough to do the job.