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AT&T-DoCoMo Alliance: This Changes Everything

[ASIA] It's no secret that, despite massive hype, consumer...

Study: Handheld Sales Boom In Europe

A new study indicates that handheld sales are starting...

Wireless Compliance

Locking down wireless LANs (WLANs) is hard enough for...

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Pechanga is Betting on Wireless

Rod Luck is betting that a wireless local area network (WLAN) will attract business travelers to the Pechanga Resort and Casino . "We're trying to get conventions and business travelers and a lot...

Moore’s Law: True, But Irrelevant?

Moore's Law, which states that the power of microprocessors will double roughly every 18 months, has been a constant in the technology industry since 1965 when Intel co-founder Gordon Moore first coined it. ...

Wi-Fi Order from Chaos: The Chicago Board of Trade

Traders wave frantically, scream out orders, enter trade information into a variety of computing devices, then rush off to another trading pit to make more trades. The media frequently shows chaotic scenes such as...

Getting To The Hotspot

You're at the airport waiting for a delayed flight. Instead of sitting idly, you fire up your laptop computer and log on to the Internet, check your e-mail and conduct all manner of productive...

WLANs: ROI Reality Hits Home

Even a casual observer of the technology scene can see that wireless local area networks (WLANs) are on a roll. One research firm, Allied Business Intelligence, recently said that sales of 802.11 chipsets...

WLAN Moves Patients Closer to Data

In 1996, Ochsner Clinic Foundation in New Orleans shared a problem with many hospitals and clinics. "All of our patient information was wherever the mainframe terminal or PC was sitting," said...

RIM Expands Enterprise Server

Research In Motion (RIM) said Tuesday that it is growing its Enterprise Server product to access many types of corporate data and not just e-mail. The company said it has started beta testing a new...

Palm Lead Slips Again in Europe, Asia

Palm still is the leading brand of handheld in Europe, the Middle East and Asia (EMEA), but Compaq's Pocket PC-based iPAQ continued to make significant inroads in the first quarter of 2002,...

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