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Wireless optical networks could provide gigabit-per-second data transfer.
Small, low-power access points boost wireless speeds indoors and in busy areas.
A network design that uses old TV spectrum could produce better long-range wireless connectivity.
New design would mean fewer dropped calls, longer battery life.
Ad-hoc wireless networks may soon tell emergency workers how to deploy transmitters.
HTC releases the first phone with a connection faster than 3G–but the company will face stiff competition soon enough.
A compact lens could make high-speed Internet access commonplace on trains.
A new protocol called fasp-AIR promises speedier mobile downloads.
The wireless network will deliver high-speed internet to rural Virginia.