Australian government boosts defense radar capability

Australian government boosts defense radar capability

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) Thursday signed two contracts worth A$393 million (Can$354 million) to maintain its 'over the horizon'...

June 28th, 2007 Sandra Rossi

IBM develops fast wireless chip

IBM develops fast wireless chip

Scientists at IBM Corp. have developed a chipset that they claim is capable of allowing wireless devices to operate more...

February 6th, 2006 John Blau

Antispam market weeds out weaker vendors

Antispam market weeds out weaker vendors

With spam blocking becoming a checklist item for network managers, antispam companies are developing complementary features and turning to new...

July 7th, 2005 Cara Garretson

UPDATE: Text messaging agreement reached in Canada, U.S.

UPDATE: Text messaging agreement reached in Canada, U.S.

An announcement made on Thursday will bring Canada and the U.S. closer - at least in the text messaging sense.The...

January 22nd, 2003 Albert Leonardo

War flying: wireless LAN sniffers scour sky for access

War flying: wireless LAN sniffers scour sky for access

Hobbyist wireless LAN sniffers are now taking their war-driving skills to the air, detecting hundreds of WLAN access points during...

September 19th, 2002 Bob Brewin

John Cox: Don

John Cox: Don

Wireless World If you're like me, the only time you remember antennas exist is when whatever is attached to the...

January 3rd, 2002 No Author

Crossing the wireless security gap

Crossing the wireless security gap

Organizations have high hopes for wireless commerce. Bob Egan, an analyst at Stamford, Conn.-based Gartner Group Inc., calls wireless "the...

February 22nd, 2001 Alan Radding

Crossing the wireless security gap

Crossing the wireless security gap

Organizations have high hopes for wireless commerce. Bob Egan, an analyst at Stamford, Conn.-based Gartner Group Inc., calls wireless "the...

February 8th, 2001 Alan Radding