We already knew Wi-Fi was a versatile technology. But it may be even more powerful than we realize. Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) are using Wi-Fi to estimate the number of people walking in an area – and according to the researchers, the people don't even have to be connected to Wi-Fi for it to work.
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The world's fast-growing population of 4G LTE mobile broadband subscribers are consuming much more data and making greater use of service providers' mobile data services than their 3G counterparts, according to the latest market data and analysis from mobile analytics provider Mobidia.
Research and innovation with broadband technologies can be amazing at times. The insatiable appetite by end consumers for broadband connectivity is leading to breakthrough technologies like described here. Researchers in China claim they have developed a "Li-Fi" (light fidelity) LED bulb with data transfer speeds of up to 150 Mbps capable of supporting four computer Internet connections for less than the cost of other broadband options.