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Wireless transmissions that travel only a few centimeters may be just the ticket for embedding cell phones with smart-card technology.
Capable of zapping data many times faster than the common home networking technology, ultrawideband is moving closer to commercial reality. Now there’s just that pesky fight over standards to resolve.
Short-range wireless “ZigBee” networks are ready to unwire your house.
People who seek anytime, anywhere Internet access face trade-offs between 3G service over cell phones and high-speed WiFi data “hot spots.” Could high-quality phone calls over wireless networks tip the scales in favor of WiFi?
In a future world of video-on-demand, the stakes in the blue-laser DVD battle may not be as high as they now seem.
The announcement of a faster Bluetooth caps off a winning streak for the wireless transfer technology, but nagging compatibility issues mean that WiFi and ultrawideband still have the inside track.
From P2P to VoIP, demand for upload capacity is surgingbut broadband providers have skimped on bandwidth. Will they finally get the message?
Look out, PCs. MIT’s ubiquitous computing effort is taking technology out of the box.
Just hanging around the mall? Ericsson’s BLIP device wants to zap some info your way.
Wi-Fi wireless networks bring broadband access into the streets.