The phone chips fall under Qualcomm’s FastConnect line, which tend to end up integrated with Snapdragon chips. There are two options at launch: the FastConnect 6700 and FastConnect 6900, which have top theoretical speeds of 3Gbps and 3.6Gbps. Both include support for the maximum size of Wi-Fi channels (160MHz on 5GHz and 6GHz). … [Read more...] about Qualcomm’s first Wi-Fi 6E chips are here
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With OpenRoaming, compatible devices have their identity verified just once – usually by a mobile operator. There is no need to manually search for Wi-Fi networks or enter passwords. The idea is that using Wi-Fi is as frictionless as 4G or 5G, with users passed between cell sites. … [Read more...] about OpenRoaming offers frictionless Wi-Fi connectivity
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While LiFi isn’t in every device and every light today, pureLiFi now has Light Antenna components that are ready to be designed into your next mobile device. pureLiFi is currently working with some of the largest device manufacturers and lighting suppliers to get this technology into the hands of the consumer. With LiFi, we will all be ready for the fast-changing connectivity landscape. … [Read more...] about How can light supercharge the future of data?
Most antivirus apps on Android scan your downloads, including new apps, to check for threats. They can also check the sites you're visiting in your web browser for known threats. This can include sites that are attempting to look like a legitimate app or website to trick you into giving away information. … [Read more...] about Do I need an antivirus on my Android phone?