T-Mobile Wi-Fi/Cell Phones Go National
The Hotspot @Home service allows hand-off from cell towers to any open Wi-Fi connection without losing the call.
Internet Closing In On TV As 'Most Essential' Medium
Growth comes at the expense of traditional radio and newspapers.
Malware on The Tube
A good phisherman goes where the phish are -- and that's massively popular Web sites such as YouTube. And that's exactly where two have been found.
Apple's iPhone Conundrum
The imminent rollout of Apple's iPhone has lots of consumers interested, but many are not yet willing to commit, an IDC survey finds.
NextWave Mixes Technologies
The chip maker has plans for combining Wi-Fi and WiMax.
Tzero Zeroes in on Home Video
Tzero Technologies' latest chipset, the ZeroWire (TZC7200), is directed at home entertainment. The company says it will handle “real-time delivery of high-definition video, wirelessly and over wires.”
IBM Gives Small Businesses a Blade of Their Own
Big Blue says its BladeCenter S is small enough to sit on a desktop but powerful enough to handle all your server needs.
Wibree, Bluetooth Groups Merge
They were potential rivals, but now the two wireless networking specs are friends, and anytime networking on personal networks could be all the better for it.
Apple Springs Safari Surprise
Steve Jobs details new features to WWDC attendees of upcoming Leopard OS.
Wi-Fi Riding More Rails
Across the globe, more train commuters are getting the added advantage of wireless.
Who Are You? ID Purveyors to Collaborate
As the world moves to an all-IP infrastructure for both voice and data, the role of the traditional desktop phone may well be changing.
Lawmakers Examine Tech Solutions to Illegal File Sharing
Colleges and universities say technology helps but only as one piece of the puzzle.
New RealPlayer Simplifies Web Video Downloads
RealNetworks said the latest version of its RealPlayer software, available next month, greatly simplifies finding, storing and sharing video content.
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