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Communications Archive

  • Picking the President

    The Univac introduced the public to computers with its 1952 election night forecast.

  • The Wireless Wreck

    Cars gain ability to send crash data to police, hospitals

  • IM, I Said

    Instant messaging is entrenched at the office, so live with it.

  • Wi-Fi Goes Airborne

    A just-inked partnership gives airline passengers secure access to their corporate networksand opens possibilities for a broadband pipe to the cockpit.

  • Nextel Contemplates Movin' on Up

    The FCC says a spectrum swap will ease the airwave static that Nextel’s cell-phone traffic is causing. Others say Nextel should fix the problem. Who’s right?

  • ZigBee Takes It Easy

    Short-range wireless “ZigBee” networks are ready to unwire your house.

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  • Cell Phones Co-opt Wi-Fi

    New mobile phones use the common computer networking technologybut where does that leave the wireless data business?

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