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Jornada, iPaq Paths Colliding

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Move toward combining HP, Compaq handheld lines causes concern.

Cable & Wireless Flies Convergence Flag

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Cable & Wireless plans to start pitching voice, data and multimedia convergence in the U.S., and will unveil two new IP services at NetWorld+Interop next week in Atlanta.

Disney, News Corp Join To Deliver Web Movies

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Walt Disney and News Corp have formed a joint venture to deliver movies over the Web and via digital cable TV systems, according to published reports.

Microsoft Launches New Pocket PC

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Microsoft today officially launched Pocket PC 2002, the upgraded version of software used to run handheld computing devices such as the Compaq iPaq.

Administration Wants Hold On 3G Auctions

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The Bush administration is sending to Congress legislation that would delay for two years the sale of airwaves that such companies as Verizon Wireless want so they can deploy advanced mobile wireless services.

Big Brother at the Wheel?

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I wrote a few weeks ago about the guy in Connecticut who was fined by a car rental place that had tracked his speeds using global positioning satellites

Tightening WLAN Security

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Solutions that provide stronger authentication, centralized management ease 802.11b concerns

Sedona Tunes in to Fixed Wireless

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Remote areas are turning out to be perfect proving grounds for broadband wireless technology.

Securing Wireless Networks

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Sidestepping protocol overhauls, Columbitech and Symbol offer their own ways to beef up security.

Palm Taps AT&T Exec to Head OS Unit

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After a summer of trying to turn itself around, Palm Inc. last week named David Nagel to head the handheld computing vendor's new operating system subsidiary.

Networking for Small Biz

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Agere Systems, based in Allentown, Pa., last week announced four wireless networking kits for small businesses, all of which include installation wizard software that encourages users to enable 128-bit encryption

New Wireless Apps Cater to Carriers, Not Users

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The drive toward next-generation wireless services is producing a torrent of application development.

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