How mobile device use is pushing wireless bandwidth expectations ever further

Enterprises are hungry for wireless bandwidth, and upgrading access points to 802.11ac is not enough. According to a forecast recently...

August 6th, 2015 Gary Hilson

Sierra Wireless calls off merger with Cradlepoint

Sierra Wireless calls off merger with Cradlepoint

A plan by Sierra Wireless Inc. to acquire Cradlepoint Inc. of Boise, Idaho has fallen through. Sierra Wireless, a Vancouver-based...

July 6th, 2008 Greg Meckbach

Intel gears for January launch of mobile dual-core processor

Intel gears for January launch of mobile dual-core processor

Chipmaker Intel Corporation is giving mobile computing a boost in performance and much better power efficiency, with a goal of...

December 15th, 2005 Mari-Len De Guzman

Case studies

Case studies

Two case studies highlight the approaches taken by two government organizations towards providing field employees with mobile computing technology. City...

May 4th, 2005 Robert Randall

Wi-Fi gaining foothold in the Philippines

Wi-Fi gaining foothold in the Philippines

Less than two years after its commercial rollout, wireless fidelity, or Wi-Fi, has already made a “breakthrough” in the local...

November 23rd, 2004 Grace S. Clavecilla

The University of Saskatchewan goes wireless

The University of Saskatchewan goes wireless

The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) and IBM Canada Ltd. announced earlier this week that they have teamed up...

March 8th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce

Toshiba dives into Canadian handheld market

Toshiba dives into Canadian handheld market

After nearly two decades without a new mobile computing release, Toshiba of Canada Information Group altered that trend Monday with...

May 6th, 2002 Albert Leonardo

Intel touts a sleek, wireless computing future

Intel touts a sleek, wireless computing future

Intel Corp. will work more with hardware makers to design smaller computers and mobile devices that will be linked via...

February 26th, 2002 Ashlee Vance

Mobility means synching up

Mobility means synching up

If you're an IT executive today, things pretty much work this way: so very often when you get a present...

October 21st, 2000 Michael Vizard