Company that launched satellites without permission gets new license to launch more probes

Aerospace startup Swarm Technologies, which has grand ambitions of providing low-cost internet connectivity with 100 tiny satellites and which infamously launched four satellites without a federal license in Jan, has received permission from the F

Wi-Fi now has version numbers, and Wi-Fi 6 comes out in 2019

In the past, Wi-Fi versions were identified by a letter or a pair of letters that referred to a wireless standard. The current version is 802.11ac, but before that, we had 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11a, and 802.11b.

Why feds can’t block California’s net neutrality bill

CA just passed the toughest state-level network neutrality law in the nation, and within hours, the Department of Justice sued the state to block the law from going into effect.

Verizon’s 5G home internet is sort of real, sort of fake

Verizon became the first major Internet service provider to launch 5G home internet service. But, is this really 5G? The answer is sort of.