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New paint promises low-cost Wi-Fi shielding

The paint brush could become a new tool for securing wireless networks from hackers according to Japanese researchers who recently developed a radio-frequency blocking paint

Mobile players eye European UHF spectrum

Mobile providers and manufacturers have funded a study which claims that providing more bandwidth for uses could be a windfall for Europe's economy

Ericsson intros first LTE platform at CTIA

The launch is a way for Ericsson to show the next-generation wireless platform is on track, but real products won't ship until 2010.

Samsung YP-T9B

The YP-T9 exemplifies Samsung's strategy of packing a lot of punch into a slim, light-weight device. Besides playing mp3 files, you can use the doodad to listen to FM Radio, view pictures, videos, and text, do voice and FM broadcast recordings, and even play games.

Telecom New Zealand drops WiMax spectrum bid

Telecom New Zealand Ltd. has decided to drop its application with the Commerce Commission to acquire half of two radio spectrum Management Rights (MRs) from south Auckland lines company Counties Power. However, Telecom jumped the gun and went ahead with the acquisition without the Commission's clearance.

Asian broadband Internet satellite launched

A satellite that promises to deliver broadband Internet access to all corners of the Asia Pacific was launched into orbit early Thursday from the European space port in French Guiana, South America. The Thai-owned IPStar satellite, also called Thaicom-4, was carried into space on top of an Ariane 5 rocket at 8:20 a.m. GMT. The launch had been due to take place about two hours earlier but was postponed after a problem on the launch pad.

Let the games begin

The Vancouver-Whistler bid crew may well have won the race to host the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in 2010, but judging by one team member

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