Wi-Fi enabled


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Wi-Fi enabled

Capable of transmitting and/or receiving wireless signals via a Wi-Fi network. Wi-Fi is the wireless counterpart to a wired Ethernet network. See Wi-Fi and Ethernet enabled.
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UM London and out of home planning and buying specialist Rapport have collaborated with Ministry of Experience to bring Wi-Fi enabled benches to Birmingham.
PTCL 3G EVO Wingle is a perfect work and travel companion providing a powerful Wi-Fi experience on the go, connecting 5 Wi-Fi enabled devices to PTCL's revolutionary 3G EVO Wireless Broadband.
Row 44 added that commercial airlines which implement Row 44's In-Flight Broadband Entertainment Platform will be able to provide passengers with the service streamed to an aircraft's Wi-Fi enabled devices.
Everywhere you go, users congregate in groups and have multiple devices, including notebook PCs, Wi-Fi enabled handsets and mobile internet devices," said Alex Gizis, CEO of Connectify.
Nokia Wi-Fi enabled phones users can benefit from free phone calls between mobiles thanks to facilitator barablu.
17 million Wi-Fi enabled flat panel TVs were shipped in 2011, this grew to 30 million in 2012 and is forecast to grow four-fold by 2017.
July 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- WG Security Products is pleased to announce an industry setting 3 Year Warranty, included on all new Wi-Fi enabled EAS Security Systems.
Customers boarding the Wi-Fi enabled aircraft will be provided with on-board instruction sheets and will be able to use the service free of charge using their own personal Wi-Fi enabled devices during the trial period.
The publisher forecasts that greatest growth will be across Wi-Fi enabled handsets, Smartphones and Tablet computers.
1 Global Wi-Fi Enabled Small Cell Market by Geographical Segmentation 2013-2018
On 22 November the airline's first Wi-Fi enabled aircraft was flown from San Francisco, California, and a "YouTube Air" video was streamed to the YouTube Live audience on the ground and online.
Isn't it nice to have the freedom to choose what wireless service powers your favorite Wi-Fi enabled device, such as the Zune HD, iPod Touch or soon-to-launch iPad?