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Making Wireless Printing Easier

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With all the hype over wireless and the 802.11b WiFi standard, one might think we've evolved beyond the numerous implementation problems with the first rounds of the products.

Fast Facts Infrastructure: October 15, 2001

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Virgin Mobile has finally found a partner for its mobile virtual network operator service: Sprint.

Handspring Bakes A Phone Into A Handheld

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Handspring's new line of sleek mobile communicators, called Treo, combines a wireless phone, a handheld organizer and a wireless data device that provides on-the-move e-mail and Web browsing. Treo is scheduled to launch this week.

E-Mail on Palm Handhelds

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Motient Corp. product uses Graffiti for two-way communication.

The Buzz: October 15, 2001

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As part of an attempt to beef up national security, President Bush last week created an advisory office to protect the country's computers from attacks.

Kodak, TI Set Stage For Digital Cinema Expansion

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Recent breakthroughs in digital technology could light a new path for the nation's movie theater operators, after thousands of screens were darkened by bankruptcy.

Wireless App Providers on Hold

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The reluctance of businesses to jump into wireless technologies during the economic slump is hurting leading wireless application companies.

Internet with Your Latte May Be Disrupted at Starbucks

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You might not be getting an Internet connection with your latte anymore. MobileStar, the company that Starbucks hired to build wireless local area networks in its coffee shops nationwide, may be close to shutting down.

HP mobile services target enterprise

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Hewlett-Packard Co. this week introduced several products designed for carriers and enterprises that want to offer mobile services.

More Moves on AT&T and Sprint Affiliates Likely

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AT&T Wireless bought affiliate TeleCorp PCS in what may be the first of other similar acquisitions by AT&T Wireless. Sprint PCS, which also has an affiliate program, may not start scooping up its partners anytime soon.

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