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Internet Access for Small Offices

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Arescom enters wireless residential gateway market with product series.

Wireless Aids in Recovery

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Living up to its promise of being easy to get up and running, the wireless network is playing an integral communications role in the recovery efforts in areas of New York and Washington devastated by terrorist attacks two weeks ago.

A Call to Handsets

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In the aftermath of the suicide plane crashes into the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon, it's incredibly difficult to concentrate on anything but news surrounding the events. Everything else seems so irrelevant.

WTC Spurs Reflection on Ultrawideband Systems

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It's not clear if wireless enhanced 911 systems could have helped rescuers reach people injured at the World Trade Center or Pentagon, but the disasters may spur development of ultrawideband applications that could help in the future.

Wireless Spectrum Arguments Shift to Pentagon - 2

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In the wake of the terrorist attacks, the wireless industry stands little chance of gaining control of airwaves now held by the Department of Defense, experts said.

Sprint Licenses Handspring Browser

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In what could be an indirect hit to Palm Inc., Sprint Corp. Monday announced that it is licensing the Blazer Web browser from Handspring Inc.

Palm Reports Loss For Q1, Expects Bleak Q2

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Although it reported this week a fiscal first-quarter loss that was better than what analysts expected, Palm Inc.'s future is still bleak, in spite of the introduction of a new device, the m125.

HP and RIM Eye Mobile Printing Link

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Hewlett-Packard Co. and Research In Motion Ltd. have embarked on an effort to enable wireless printing from RIM BlackBerry devices to HP printers.

Delivering the Internet

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Danger Inc. finally has announced its long-awaited wireless Internet device, dubbed Hiptop.

Lotus Notes to Add Support for iPaq

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Lotus Development Corp.'s Notes and Domino messaging software is being extended to support more mobile computing.

Tipping the FCCs Cap

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Since last October, when Cingular Wireless officially launched, the top tier of the cellular industry has been clearly defined.

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