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Top Line: October 22, 2001

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Road warriors, get ready to cut your Ethernet cables-for good. Indeed, wireless networking gear is emerging as a standard option on most notebook computers.

Fast Facts Matrix: October 22, 2001

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An investment firm has urged Hewlett-Packard and Compaq Computer to drop their merger plans.

Spectrum Crunch Spurs Deals

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Despite the probable settlement of the NextWave Telecom spectrum fight and the advent of creative partnering solutions, wireless operators still need more airwaves for next-generation data services.

Compaq Suite Aids Wireless Deployments

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Helps businesses build out mobile technology.

Problem Solving Is Near at Hand

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Problems with networks or applications can mean lost money for businesses.

Digital Convergence Means Keeping It Simple for the Consumer

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Companies that understand that digital convergence is more than an "all-in-one" device will reach consumers and draw them into this exciting new world.

Pocketful of Fun

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Nokia readies 5510 device

Sprint Restructuring Leads to the End of ION

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Sprint Corp. late Wednesday announced that it is terminating its broadband Integrated on Demand Network and ceasing customer acquisition for its Multipoint Multichannel Distribution Service fixed wireless services.

Intel Pushes 1.5GHz Mobile Pentium 4

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While promoting the upcoming release of the latest mobile Pentium chip, Intel remains coy about a more powerful mobile processor the chip maker's developing, code-named Banias.

Compaq Global Services Rolls Out Wireless Suite

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Compaq Global Services today launched a new suite of wireless services offerings designed help enterprises build out and deploy mobile technology.

New Certicom VPN Supports 802.11b

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Certicom Corp. on Tuesday announced the availability of the latest version of its MovianVPN product, which now includes support for devices using the 802.11b wireless LAN protocol.

Music Firms Still Dont Get It

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Back more than a few years ago, in the dark ages before digital technology, a roommate of mine used to buy a record album and play it only once.

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