Wi-Fi is by far one of the most widely used forms of wireless technology. We use it for email and internet access, and multiple other applications. Our laptops, tablets, some TV sets, and smartphones connect by way of a home router, access points at work, and public hotspots in hotels, airports, and coffee shops. Continuous new development keeps the technology up to date and relevant. Imagine not having Wi-Fi...
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