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Carriers Decry FCC Decision on Spectrum

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The Federal Communications Commission is defending its decision to give away valuable spectrum to satellite service providers, saying the move was required to fill gaps in rural cell phone service.

Fruit Loot: Why Blackberry Is Still Going Strong

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Research In Motion's BlackBerry wireless e-mail device isn't just a faddish executive status symbol - it's an indispensable, money-saving e-business tool, says Jim Balsillie, RIM's co-CEO.

Express Checkout

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Retailers hail wireless systems. But which ones should you sell?

Standards Slow Embedded PKI Growth

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As industry struggles to find its niche, Baltimore and Entrust battle over integration specifications

©opyright Tug O War

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Vendors challenge European levies on PCs to compensate copyright holders

Reorg Spawns New Divisions

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Lucent plan combines operations into wireless and wireline units, extends cuts to management

Geekspeak: July 16, 2001

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Easier than finding a clerk at your local Home Depot

Beware of Airborne Evil

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Viruses that target mobile devices have surfaced only rarely - but that's about to change.

Biding Time

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Another year, another broadband fixed wireless conference.

Going Native for PDA Apps

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Most corporate handheld applications run on the server, using a design in which server-side code generates client-side interfaces using HTML or Wireless Markup Language.

Chinese Telecom Buys $1.3 Billion in U.S. Gear

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The $1.3 billion in equipment deals announced last week between China Unicom and four U.S.-based providers of wireless technology are watershed events in opening the world's largest market to foreign exports, the vice president of China's second-largest t

eFiles: July 2, 2001

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Expect to see more and more folks working and gaming while on their feet.

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