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Operator No. 9: April 16, 2001

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The pairing of wireless high-speed Internet provider Metricom with Ricoh's RDC-i700 industrial-strength digital camera, on the face of it, looks like just another rocking high-tech partnership.

Helping Out Small Business

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Companies are joining up to assist with DSL

Applications on the Go

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The newest version of Abaco PR Inc.'s mobile application development framework and thin-client server provides greater hardware extension plug-ins

Spectrum on Hold

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'Desperate' wireless carriers not so desperate after all

Managing Tools Keep Devices, Software in Line

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It's a good bet that it managers who have the difficult task of tracking laptops in the field also deal with the problem of enumerating and updating handheld devices

Compaq Banks on Rickety Ricochet for Mobile

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Compaq Computer Corp.'s decision to extend mobile Internet services on foundering Metricom Inc.'s Ricochet wireless network is raising questions about the offering and fueling speculation that Metricom may be ripe for a takeover

WLANs Extend Tarheel Net

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Wireless LANs make financial, practical sense to UNC's tech chancellor

Earthlink, Sprint Still Well-Connected

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As EarthLink launches a new wireless partnership this week, the nation's second biggest Internet service provider is testing its newfound freedom.

The Buzz: April 9, 2001

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E-mail is one of the reasons that has the U.S. Postal Service considering cutting back to a five-day delivery service, eliminating Saturdays from its appointed rounds.

A Rainbow in Your Hand

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Handspring's visor prism sports a lush, color screen

Call It Simple

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Having just relocated from the Third Coast (Texas) to the First Coast (Connecticut), I want my handset to work in the bottom of Grand Central Station, on the train, waiting to pull away.

Anytime, Anywhere

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ASPs work without wires

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