Wi-Fi, or wireless networking, allows you to connect your computers, mobile phones, tablets and other devices to high-speed Internet without any wires. Wi-Fi can also be used for sharing files on a local network.

What’s the IP Address of my Router?

Whether you are looking to upgrade the firmware of your router or need to secure your Wireless network with a password, you first need to know the exact IP address of the router in order to access the various settings.

Boost your Wi-Fi Signal with a Can of Coke

Learn how you can easily increase the range of your Wi-Fi signal at home using an empty can of soda or beer. The other option is to use an Aluminum foil.

Build a Wireless Home Network without a Router

This tutorial describes how you can setup a wireless network and share files / Internet connection with multiiple computers, mobile phones and other wireless devices without a Wi-Fi router.

How to Make Your Wired Printer Wireless

Want to share your printer with every other computer in your home network? Wireless Print Servers let you print from anywhere without USB cables.

How to Increase the Range of your Wireless Network

This guide describes various tips to help boost your Wi-Fi network. Learn about different hardware and software option that can extend the range of your wireless network and also improve the WiFi signal reception.

Gujarat State Buses Offer Wi-Fi on Some Routes

The Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation (GSRTC) has rolled out Volvo buses that offer Wi-Fi on the go and they are probably the first public transport in India to offer such a facility.

How to Find WiFi Hotspots in your Area

Learn a few search tricks that will help you find Wireless (WiFi) hotspots anywhere in the world for accessing the Internet. Both Google and Bing can serve as WiFi hotspot finders.

Types of Wireless Networks

There are basically three different types of wireless networks – WAN, LAN and PAN: Wireless Wide Area Networks (WWAN): WWANs are created through the use of mobile phone signals typically provided and maintained by specific mobile phone (cellular) service providers.