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Wireless Gear Companies Seek New Channels

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Broadband wireless gear makers are setting their sights on different markets now that one fixed broadband wireless segment in the U.S. is quickly disappearing.

Fast Facts Matrix: May 28, 2001

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Vivendi Universal last week acquired online music trailblazer MP3.com for $372 million in cash and stock.

Go Team, Go!

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I usually root for the underdog. And when it comes to wireless data networks, history shows that the underdogs typically need the support.

WhISPers: May 28, 2001

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Cable & Wireless remains in an acquisition mode, even after agreeing to pay $3.40 per share and assume $49 million in debt to acquire managed service provider Digital Island.

C&W on the Prowl

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The British powerhouse bought Web hosting and content distribution company Digital Island for $340 million last week.

Fast Facts Matrix: May 21, 2001

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Handspring, maker of handheld computers that run the Palm OS, last week said it struck a deal with Microsoft to make MSN Mobile the start page for Handspring's Blazer Web browser.

Putting on a Show

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Video-on-demand is among the services cable operators hope to offer

Electronic Signature Products Lack Real Standard

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Just about one year ago, the electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act was signed into law by Congress and former President Clinton.

Happy Callers

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There's a dirty secret that some wireless companies are just discovering: Businesspeople are consumers, too.

Cell Phone Problems Delay 3G Launches

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It was once amusing for speakers at wireless conferences to underscore the reliability of mobile phones by asking audience members: When was the last time you had to reboot you cell phone?

Why Im the Last of the PDA Holdouts

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I will probably be the last person in North America to acquire a personal digital assistant.

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