14 Results for

wi-fi meltdown


A Samsung Unpacked drama in 3 acts (or how Samsung mended its event strategy)

From good to bad to downright weird, modern tech press events are spectacles. Samsung has put out some great products but struggled to nail their introductions. So did Samsung pull off this highly anticipated debut?

By February 25, 2014


Searching the city for Zune-friendly Wi-Fi

CNET News' Ina Fried traverses San Francisco with one of Microsoft's latest music players, to mixed results.

By September 22, 2008


Free San Francisco Wi-Fi project dies

EarthLink has backed out of a deal to build San Francisco's free citywide Wi-Fi service.

By August 30, 2007


The talking iPhone is here (Apple Talk Weekly)

A new iPhone, a new version of iOS, and updates to just about every other piece of Apple software made for a very busy week for the tech giant. CNET's Josh Lowensohn gives you the full rundown.

By October 15, 2011


Sharp Aquos LC-80LE632U: an 'affordable' 80-inch TV

Sharp has unveiled an 'affordable' 80-inch TV, with no fancy features like 3D or local dimming. But it's still massive.

By September 27, 2011


How AT&T made Steve Jobs look bad...again

Could tethering mobile devices with laptops have saved Steve Jobs WWDC keynote from being overtaken by Wi-Fi users?

By June 8, 2010


Is AT&T ready for the iPhone 4?

Some consumers question whether AT&T's network can handle the next generation of iPhone.

By June 16, 2010


AT&T's network up to SXSW iPhone onslaught

After last year's network meltdown at the hands of thousands of iPhone-toting geeks at the interactive confab in Austin, Texas, AT&T promised it would do better. People were skeptical, but they've been won over.

By March 13, 2010


Digital City: Episode 2

The second official episode of Digital City, our ongoing conversation about technology and urban spaces.

By October 13, 2008


Episode 633: It's all about the baggies

In our first podcast of the new year, we uncover the core conspiracy of our time: the industrial baggie complex.

By January 2, 2008