Thai minister rejects return of 4G spectrum, Foreign climbers get free WiFi on … – Mobile World Live

Thai minister rejects return of 4G spectrum, Foreign climbers get free WiFi on
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Thailand’s ICT minister has ordered state-owned CAT Telecom to drop its proposed agreement with dtac to return 5MHz of unused 1.8GHz spectrum, as it wants to avoid a delay in the 4G auctions later in the year. CAT reportedly wants compensation for the …

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AARP: Use “Free” Wi-Fi with Caution – KUER

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AARP has launched a new campaign aimed at reducing the risks of using free Wi-Fi networks. A survey in April this year by the group shows a surprisingly high number of people using free Wi-Fi when they shouldn’t. “27% of our survey respondents said
Many taking too many risks on public WiFi, AARP saysDeseret News
Consumers Put Digital Convenience Ahead of Safety on Laptops and Mobile DevicesAARP News

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Many taking too many risks on public WiFi, AARP says – Deseret News

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Forty percent of survey participants did not know that it is never safe to access websites containing sensitive information while on a public Wi-Fi network. The survey also found that 27 percent of those who use free public Wi-Fi have done their
Consumers Put Digital Convenience Ahead of Safety on Laptops and Mobile DevicesAARP News

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Windows 10 Shares Your Wi-Fi With Contacts – Krebs on Security

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Starting today, Microsoft is offering most Windows 7 and Windows 8 users a free upgrade to the software giant’s latest operating system — Windows 10. But there’s a very important security caveat that users should know about before transitioning to the
Windows 10 Wi-Fi Sense Feature May Be A Security Risk: Here’s How To Disable ItiDigitalTimes.com
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Wi-Fi Sense in Windows 10: Yes, it shares your passkeys; no, you shouldn’t be … – Ars Technica

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Corporate networks notwithstanding (and you shouldn’t share those networks with Wi-Fi Sense anyway), most people give out their Wi-Fi keys freely. You could even argue that Wi-Fi Sense is more secure: if I ask Adam for his Wi-Fi password, I am free to
Why the Hell Is Windows 10 Sharing My Wifi Passwords?Celebrity Cafe – Entertainment News (blog)
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‘Smart palms’ installed in Dubai offer free wifi, phone charging and information – The National

‘Smart palms’ installed in Dubai offer free wifi, phone charging and information
The National
DUBAI // Newly installed “smart palms” in parks and beaches are not only providing shade but also acting as free wifi hotspots. The six-metre-tall artificial trees are solar powered and offer recharging for mobile phones and other gadgets, as well as

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Google Project Loon to provide free WiFi across Sri Lanka – International Business Times UK

International Business Times UK
Google’s ambitious Project Loon, which aims to provide free internet through a network of high-altitude balloons, is to be launched in Sri Lanka. A deal between Sri Lanka’s government and Google, signed on Tuesday (28 July), will see free Wi-Fi
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How to Share (Or Not Share) Your Wi-Fi in Windows 10 – Wired

Wired
It’s easy—and if you’re an existing Windows 7 or 8 user, it’s free. First, you need to make sure your device meets Windows 10’s minimum requirements, which it should, because they’re not all that strenuous. You just need a 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM
Windows 10 is for suckersComputerworld
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