Are Xbox 360s Interfering with 2.4GHz?

According to the IT staff at Morrisville State College, Microsoft's Xbox 360 console—without the use of a Wi-Fi adapter—seems to be interfering with 2.4GHz signals like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on campus. Aside from loads of anecdotal evidence of computers not connecting to the school's wireless LAN network and Bluetooth… » 12/16/07 1:25pm 12/16/07 1:25pm

Monster iSonicast Turns Your iPod Into a Wireless Remote

Sometime late this year, Monster (yes, that Monster) will roll out the iSonicast, a two-piece system that turns your iPod into a wireless remote control that streams music to the base station, located at your stereo. It's a simple system, and at $100, a pretty low price, especially for Monster. It uses 2.4GHz RF to… » 11/13/07 9:33pm 11/13/07 9:33pm

i-rocks RF-6570 Wireless Keyboard/Mouse Has 8,388,608 Channels and…

There are so many cordless devices hanging around these days, they can interfere with each other, but not the i-rocks RF-6570 Wireless Keyboard and Optical Mouse Combo. That's because it's using a 2.4GHz wireless link with four automatically-selected frequencies. Using FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum)… » 8/28/06 12:23pm 8/28/06 12:23pm