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A new “smart patch” determines caloric intake and expenditure.
Researchers claim to be able to hijack cell-phone data connections.
Wireless chips could soon manage a gigabit of data per second.
The chip maker tries to diversify with system-on-chip designs.
Computer interfaces, wireless devices, memory, and microprocessors were all hot topics in 2008.
Gadgets that operate over television frequencies promise to transform the wireless landscape.
New millimeter-wave technology sends data at 10 gigabits per second.
A researcher claims that toll transponders can be cloned, allowing drivers to pass for free.
Sprint turns Baltimore into a giant wireless hot spot.