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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.

Intels Mobile Power Play

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Intel plans a big push into the market for mobile and laptop computer chips that use less power, but supply high speeds.

Tightening WLAN Security: AiroPeek

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AiroPeek helps spot wireless net trouble.

Intel Forum: Mobile Pentium 4 Previewed

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Intel demonstrated the future speed of its Pentium 4 mobile chip on Wednesday, Aug. 29, at the Intel Developers Forum in San Jose. The mobile Pentium 4 will run at 1.5 gigahertz when introduced in the first half of next year, and 2 GHz before the end of t

Fast Breaks Newsfront: August 27, 2001

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The Federal Communications Commission has agreed to take comment on a plan that New ICO said could save the mobile satellite sector by allowing operators to build land-based systems that would extend their signals throughout cities and into buildings

NextWave Gets Funding for Network

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NextWave Telecom Inc., the bankrupt wireless carrier that has been fighting to retain rights to personal communications services spectrum, has received a $2.5 billion loan commitment from UBS Warburg Ltd. to fund the build-out of a next-generation wireles

NEC, Matsushita Team Up on Handsets

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Following a collaboration trend in the handset space, NEC Corp., Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. and its subsidiary Matsushita Communication Industrial Co. Ltd. are forming an alliance to co-develop mobile handsets

Fast Facts Matrix: August 27, 2001

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Intel advanced its "post-PC" strategy, announcing a partnership with Symbian to codevelop tools for writing applications that run on Intel chips and the Symbian OS, which was designed for smart mobile phones

Baltimores Woes Continue

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Security firm to ax 220, sell key business unit

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