Majority of home networks use Wi-Fi


— 1:32 AM on January 21, 2005

According to a new research report, the majority of home networks are use Wi-Fi.

The survey, by research firms Parks Associates, found that 52 percent of U.S. households with a home network were using wireless technology, compared with 50 percent for Ethernet and about 5 percent for power line networking via electrical wires. (The numbers don't add up to 100 because some homes use a combination of technologies.)
I shudder to think of how many of those networks are insecure.
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