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Mobile network speeds in urban areas could dramatically increase if consumers connected small, public base stations to their home broadband.
The Internet isn’t robust enough for the ongoing explosion of connected devices. Now labs around the country are scrambling for solutions.
A startup backed by a Skype cofounder plans to offer “freemium” broadband—supported by ads and social features.
Small USB devices that offer service to nearby cell phones provide faster Web access and an alternative to expensive international roaming.
Adobe announces a full Flash player for netbooks and smartphones, but not for the iPhone.
By opening up its network, Verizon Wireless hopes to see all sorts of new devices connect.
Companies are finding novel ways to target advertising to your cell phone and television.
Flash technology developed by Multiverse brings new flexibility to 3-D virtual worlds.
Opera’s latest browser tries to improve the mobile Internet experience with Flash.
The W3C hopes that its new tool will help developers build websites that will work well on any device, be it a phone or a video-game console.