Thieves are trading their pry bars for laptops and wireless devices to steal cars that nowadays rely on remotes and computer networks.
A wireless transmitter uses almost no power and at first glance appears to violate the laws of physics. It’s actually a clever use of physics that could one day transmit data from tiny remote sensors.
Most households pay a flat rate 24/7 for electricity although the cost of generating it fluctuates through the day. Wireless technologies are changing that system.
The Agricultural Internet of Things is making farming more efficient. An information technology expert describes some of the challenges of working with sensors and antennas underground.
As the wireless telecommunications companies ramp up their 5G rollouts, they are beginning to pull the plug on their 3G networks. 2022 is the end of the line for the venerable cellphone service.
Airplanes use radio waves to determine how far off the ground they are. New 5G cellphone services come close to the same frequencies the airplanes use. Here’s how that can be a problem.
5G is 10 times faster than 4G, promising better wireless internet access. It’s also expected to put the Internet of Things revolution in high gear.
Digital technologies like artificial intelligence and wireless networks will be crucially important for Australia’s economy. A new report urges the government to invest strongly in our digital future.
In the future, tiny robots will inspect pipes for blockages and leaks.
False news about 5G spread at breakneck speed on social networks, reinforcing the fears of people who already had suspicions about its effects on health.
We live in a world of wireless communication, but there are limits to what existing technologies can offer. The search is on for any new method of wireless connectivity.
In this Speed Read, learn the difference between 3G, 4G and 5G, and why it matters.
Mine communications are complex, slow and unreliable. The solution to keeping miners safe, and rescuing them when disaster strikes, might just be in their hands already.
The ABC failed its own accuracy test when it broadcast claims of health risks associated with wireless devices such as mobile phones.
There are billions of wireless devices around the world and every one has a unique fingerprint. That can be very useful if a device is stolen.
Only 55 percent of people living in rural areas have access to the speeds that currently qualify as broadband, while 94 percent of the urban population does.
Technology that wouldn’t look out of place in a Hollywood spy movie is being marketed at students to help them cheat in exams.
Does Google’s plan for a high-speed wireless internet connection mean the current cable roll-out for the NBN will soon be obsolete?
With the addition of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth the new Raspberry Pi is even easier to put to good use.
Moving from microwave to millimetre wave wireless would see base station costs fall and bring an end to drop-outs and dead-zones.