Intel commits big money to Third World project

Intel commits big money to Third World project

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEIntel hopes to gain a head start on untapped markets in the Third World by launching World...

May 11th, 2006

Broadband providers say devices OK to attach

Broadband providers say devices OK to attach

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and a group of broadbandproviders on Wednesday announced a set of principles that wouldallow consumers...

March 16th, 2006 Grant Gross

Start planning for Wi-Max now

Start planning for Wi-Max now

Canadian service providers are still at least a couple of years away from rolling out mobile Wi-Max services (see story,...

March 2nd, 2006 Michael Martin

Legal battle looms over World Cup network

Legal battle looms over World Cup network

Prospects of a legal battle between the German government and the European Commission over a new network for online access...

February 20th, 2006 Simon Taylor

Hackers could exploit Windows ‘error’

Hackers could exploit Windows ‘error’

Users of Windows laptops with Wi-Fi capabilities may be opening their hard drives up to snoopers, according to a security...

January 18th, 2006 Matthew Broersma

New Wi-Fi mobility system comes to Europe

New Wi-Fi mobility system comes to Europe

Allied Telesyn Inc. hopes to offer European users of wide-area Wi-Fi networks the ability to move from one access point...

October 18th, 2005 John Blau

Dell plans notebook for Cingular’s HSDPA network

Dell plans notebook for Cingular’s HSDPA network

A few days after Dell Inc. made plans with Verizon Communications Inc. to embed wireless broadband connections into its notebooks,...

September 22nd, 2005 Tom Krazit

Canadian researchers uncover new ‘wireless’ possibilities

Canadian researchers uncover new ‘wireless’ possibilities

A group of Canadian researchers are exploring new wireless networking technologies that push the boundaries of the familiar, but have...

July 28th, 2005 Rosie Lombardi

Tiny Ontario town gets big Web investment

Tiny Ontario town gets big Web investment

As if to indicate how Canada’s urban-rural “digital divide” might finally be bridged, Bell Canada and Nortel Networks are teaming...

July 18th, 2005 Stefan Dubowski