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Red Hat Proposes Open Source for Next-Gen Wireless Devices

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Red Hat will try to unravel the close-knit wireless handset marketplace with a new open source, license- and royalty-free operating system for next-generation mobile phones.

10 Myths of Wireless

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It's time for a reality check

Wireless LANs Will Link the World

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The technology stands on its own two feet, but speeds are far from fleet

Broadband Fixed Wireless Is Dead

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As operators continue to struggle, the Phoenix may yet rise from the ashes

The Wireless Disconnect

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As this week's special report points out, there are a lot of myths surrounding wireless, most of which have to do with universal deployment. But there are others.

Ask Your Car Which Exit You Should Take

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Your vehicle is the next computing platform, and car-makers are poised to deliver Web- and cell phone-based services, called telematics, that will complement anything you can receive on your cell phone or wireless PDA.

Adapting Palm OS to ARM Processors

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Palm Inc. last week announced more steps in its plan to arm all its devices with processors based on the ARM core.

Let There Be Wireless Access

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Setting up an 802.11B wireless LAN on the go just got easier with the release of Xircom's Wireless Ethernet Access Point APWE1100.

Joining the PDA Fray

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Toshiba Corp. has entered the PDA market with the Genio e series, a family of handheld computers based on Microsoft Corp.'s Pocket PC platform.

Microsoft Delves Into Mobile Data Distribution

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In a move to extend its reach over enterprise data to the mobile sphere, Microsoft Corp. last month released Mobile Information 2001 Server, which provides a promising framework for delivering networked resources and services to wireless devices.

Sign of the Times: Digital Sigs

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Going paperless cuts commercial lender's costs

Free SDK Offers APIs

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The main role of Microsoft Corp.'s Mobile Information Server is as a dedicated mail gateway for the company's Exchange mail server, but developers can also use it as infrastructure for their own custom mobile applications.

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