An Australian computer-security expert has created an application that lets anyone see the locations of the last three Wi-Fi access points used by an Apple iPhone or iPad — information that could be used to deduce where the iOS device user lives. Full story
Whether connecting to public Wi-Fi or a home internet connection, there are new ways to make sure you are keeping your information safe, wherever you go. TODAY’s digital lifestyle contributor Mario Armstrong is interviewed by TODAY’s Lester Holt.
Boeing engineers are using potatoes in place of people to test Wi-Fi signals on commercial jets. KING’s Glenn Farley reports.
Will Pelgrin from the Center for Internet Security shows how hackers can easily trick and scam you through fake email addresses and phony web links, and discusses the best way to create safe passwords and avoid getting hacked on public Wi-Fi.
Rev. Al Sharpton takes a look at the lighter side of news, including donkeys in Israel that come equipped with Wi-Fi, in the PoliticsNation Summer Break.
A sign advertises Wi-Fi service in the Times Square Subway station in New York, April 25, 2013. The New York MTA has expanded service to 30 additional stations, including Times Square, Rockefeller Center and Columbus Circle. AT&T and T-Mobile signed 10-year contracts to provide cell and Wi-Fi servic
A man uses his laptop on a Wi-Fi connection inside Praid Salt Mine, 350 km north of Bucharest March 4, 2013. A part of the mine, located 160 meters deep and 1.3 km from the entrance, is open to tourists and is also used as therapy for respiratory problems such as bronchitis or asthma, having a high
NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 08: U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) speaks during a news conference where it was announced that free Wi-Fi will be provided by Google to the Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea on January 8, 2013 in New York City. Google has teamed up with the Chelsea Improvement Project, a lo
New York Senator Charles Schumer holds up his tablet at an announcement of neighborhood WiFi in New York January 8, 2013. Google with the Chelsea Improvement Company announced that Southwest Chelsea would become the first WiFi neighborhood in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: PO