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How to connect a stubborn Wii U to wi-fi

If you get a Wii U, you must connect it to the internet. The day-one system update enables a lot of important features, like Miiverse, Wii U Chat, eShop – none of which would do you any good without internet access anyway – and even Wii backward compatibility. If that effort is hampered...

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Resistance: Burning Skies multiplayer page revealed, removed

What's that, PlayStation Vita owner? You want to know more about multiplayer in Resistance: Burning Skies? Unfortunately, it seems that Sony isn't ready to share that info quite yet. After updating its game page with scant details on the game mode – Wi-fi-based "8-player online multiplayer ac...

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Boingo offers free Wi-Fi to 3DS users at select UK airports

No longer will exotic StreetPasses be the sole reason for you to loiter around the airport. In between the acquisition of traveling Miis, you can now pass the time with some free Wi-Fi. Similar to its deal in North America, Boingo has set up free Wi-Fi hotspots that will allow 3DS users to automati...

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3DS now has free Wi-Fi access at North American airports with Boingo

The most recent 3DS system update provides free access to all of Boingo's North American airport Wi-Fi hotspots, which means layovers just got another dimension of fun. Boingo operates the Wi-Fi in 42 airports in North America and suggested that free connection for the 3DS would keep bratty kids ...

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OnLive now working over Wi-Fi, announces 'Indie Fest'

OnLive has begun rolling out support for Wi-Fi connections to its cloud gaming service. So sure is the company that it can offer lag free streaming of game content that it is bringing Wi-Fi support to subscribers before it planned to. Support is still in beta, but most OnLive members are supposed t...

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Xbox 360 Wireless N adapter live in the UK, US release still a mystery

Alas, the troubled tale of the Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter has reached a conclusion, albeit not the exact conclusion many (including Microsoft, no doubt) would have hoped. Nearly two months after first being caught in the public spotlight (thanks, FCC!) – and then casually confirme...

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Microsoft confirms Xbox 360 802.11n adapter

Late last week, we reported that Italian site MondoXbox had spotted an ad for an Xbox 360 802.11n adapter in the Gears of War 2 Game of the Year Edition box. Prior to that, the device was reviewed by the FCC. Speaking to Joystiq, Microsoft has confirmed that there is indeed such an adapter in the w...

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Rumor: 360 802.11n adapter spotted in GOW2 GOTY box

Image: MondoXbox.com To be more specific -- and much less acronymic -- it appears that the super speedy Xbox 360 802.11n Wi-Fi adapter has been spotted on a promotional flier inside the Italian version of the Gears of War 2 Game of the Year edition. Italian gaming site Mondobox.com (translation)...

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Xbox 360 802.11n WiFi adapter reviewed by FCC

The IEEE recently standardized the 802.11n WiFi protocol, which has unofficially been appearing in consumer electronics products for over two years now. It seems that Microsoft is planning on keeping up with the times, as the Federal Communications Commission recently evaluated an "Xbox 360 Wireles...

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Snap Judgment: Treasure World (DS)

Treasure World is such an innovative, potentially important game that I felt like it needed to be highlighted with a review, if only to get the word out about one of the most clever ideas to hit the DS (a system overrun with clever ideas). However, time constraints and Wi-Fi issues prevented me from...

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