About us

Trulywireless is the one stop encyclopedia and news outlet for everything wireless technology. Our aim is to provide you with the most comprehensive, accurate and up to date information regarding wireless technology. We keep you abreast with the most latest developments in the field by publishing extracts of scientific journals and papers.

Apart from that we also publish educational material in an easy to grasp format for our new users.


It may seem a little useless to state that we “Believe” in wireless technology, considering it’s apparent usefulness is pretty obvious to an observer. But we believe wireless technology is yet to reach its zenith. Revolutionary properties of wireless technology were as obvious 10 years ago as it is today. But 10 years ago who would have thought that we would be charging our phones wirelessly. 5 years ago who would have thought wireless earphones would be industry standard. Iphone 7 was the first phone to drop the headphone jack. When it was launched back in september 2016 there was an enormous outcry from the tech bloggers and tech reviewers, where everybody thought that the iphone had lost it. But it turned out to be a banging success.

Similarly, even today we heavily rely on lots of wired technology, which could be turned into wireless. For example, the internet for most of its journey is wired. Intercontinental submarine cables carry 99% of the world’s internet traffic. Even on land most of our internet is wired. Only at the last mile our data packet gets free from the entanglement of wired technology. It is for this reason that the cost of internet access remains high. (remember, internet technology is open source and in public domain). Removing all that infrastructure could bring the cost of internet access to mere fractions of what it is currently. With the advent of spacex and starlink this is no longer pie-in-the-sky concept. This is not only feasible now but fast becoming competitive with wired technology.

In conclusion, we believe everything is better without wire.