Microchip turns electric outlet into wireless link: I remember the stress I put myself under when I built my house to ensure I had data lines in every room. Between this and wifi, I don’t know why I worried.
Products are still being developed, but gadgets embedded with the chip […] can hook up to a broadband network by plugging into the common electrical outlet […]
The technology has been around for some time — including in the United States — but Matsushita’s system is unique in that it delivers fast-speed broadband information at up to 170 megabits per second, which is faster than Ethernet.
I know we talked about data over commercial power lines, but have we discussed data over power lines within the house? I don’t think so. Someday there’s just going to be a general “cable,” that carries everything I think. It’s all just electrons in the end, right?