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802.11b: The LAN Option

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802.11b wireless LANs finally have reached a point where we can safely say, "deploy them."

Wearable Computing: More Than Geek Chic

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Although widely considered geek chic, wearable computing systems are steadily gaining ground in vertical and consumer arenas alike.

The Buzz: May 7, 2001

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Coffee drinkers at starbucks stores across the continent will soon be able to surf the Net while sipping java.

Mobile Apps in Sight

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iConverse beta masters drag-and-drop layout.

Digital Patents Go to Court

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A high-stakes battle over a key technology for managing the distribution of digital content has been launched, and the first volley is InterTrust Technologies' lawsuit against Microsoft for patent infringement.

You Say You Want a Revolution?

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Old hippies shake heads in anguish, as kids protest slow computers.

Presenter Aims at Enterprise

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Staking ground in an area it calls Business Knowledge Delivery, Presenter.com Inc., of San Jose, Calif., is shipping a version of its iPresentation Suite that is tailored for enterprises with dynamic and mobile work forces.

Getting the Message

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Ericsson, Nokia and Motorola's Wireless Village project may demystify wireless instant messaging between all devices and over all networks.

Ricoh i700s Focus Is Fine

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Ricoh's RDC-i700 is perhaps the most powerful digital camera on the market.

Wireless LANs to Roam Free

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Wireless local area networks have been slow to mature, but 2001 could see the cutting of strings that bind employees to their cubicle caves, freeing them to move around the office untethered.

Competitive Edge

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While hope for telecom competition dwindles with each failing local or data upstart, the wireless segment has maintained a decent track record, given the number of operators in each market.

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