Wireless is an adjective which signifies the removal of a physical line or connection of a communication channel, for instance Wireless Devices (such as cellphones, which are also commonly referred to as Mobile Phones or Mobiles) which remove the cord that has long been associated with traditional telephones, and required a physical connection to specific location (transmitter) which follows a communication all the way to another wired physical connection at another location (receiver).
Another example is Wireless Internet, which untethers the laptop or desktop communication device (typically a computer)) from the physical LAN (Local Area Network) connection, through the use of Wi-Fi, WiMax or another technology.
- Default Wireless Router Passwords List: http://www.phenoelit.org/dpl/dpl.html
- More PHP, XML and XSL for Wireless Content: http://www.devarticles.com/c/a/PHP/More-PHP-XML-and-XSL-for-Wireless-Content/
- Wireless Electricity -- Prototype Nokia phone recharges without wires: http://ca.tech.yahoo.com/blogs/the_working_guy/rss/article/3638
- Cable Freedom Is a Click Away: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/12/10/technology/personaltech/10basics.html?em
- Why the US military is listening to shrimp: https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20220616-the-new-sonar-built-from-sealife-noises (ties between sonar and sealife deaths, particularly due to self-beaching and navigational disruptions)