Difference between revisions of "WiFi"

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[[WiFi]] is an acronym for IEEE 802.11 wireless networking. New laptops have often this capability built-in. Coffee shops and cafes offer this so you can connect to the Internet.
 
[[WiFi]] is an acronym for IEEE 802.11 wireless networking. New laptops have often this capability built-in. Coffee shops and cafes offer this so you can connect to the Internet.
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See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wi-fi
  
 
The [[ZipIt]] uses built-in [[WiFi]] to access IM (Instant Messaging) servers via the Internet.
 
The [[ZipIt]] uses built-in [[WiFi]] to access IM (Instant Messaging) servers via the Internet.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:17, 17 November 2008

WiFi is an acronym for IEEE 802.11 wireless networking. New laptops have often this capability built-in. Coffee shops and cafes offer this so you can connect to the Internet.

See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wi-fi

The ZipIt uses built-in WiFi to access IM (Instant Messaging) servers via the Internet.