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The U.S. government wants the ability to listen in on wireless conversations. Critics claim the move could actually make Internet-based communications more vulnerable to attacks.
More cities and towns across the U.S. are signing up to build their own citywide wireless networks. But local telecommunications providers aren’t giving in without a fight.
Funambol, a startup with Italian roots, manages services for open-source mobile applications.
Among the technocracy – at MIT and beyond – inventing the future and having fun aren’t mutually exclusive.
Your thoughts on intellectual property, maps, the military, and more
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Computing means connecting.
The emerging field of BPL – broadband Internet access over common power lines – is nearing some large-scale rollouts.
RaySat has developed a two-inch antenna that can capture Internet and TV programming in a car or other moving vehicle.
Private funding flows to a U.S. company developing an integrated circuit to power mobile television. Plus, heath-care technology companies receive a financial transfusion.