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Silicon laser could make PCs faster, cheaper, research finds

Researchers from Intel Corp. and the University of California at Santa Barbara have found a way to build low-cost "laser chips" that could eventually shuttle data around PCs at much higher speeds than today's copper wire interconnects.

Germany funds single-chip system for sensor networks

Germany's Federal Ministry of Education and Research is helping fund research into single-chip systems for sensor networks. The ministry has agreed to contribute

Wireless-G just got cheaper, smaller, less power hungry

Atheros Communications Inc. has begun volume shipments of what it claims is the industry's first single-chip 802.11g wireless LAN system, the latest product aiming to put Wi-Fi into new classes of low-cost, low-power devices, the company said on Monday.

Intel talks up 3G cell phone chip, new partners

Intel Corp. disclosed its plans to release an integrated cell phone processor for 3G networks during president and chief operating officer Paul Otellini's keynote address Wednesday at the 3GSM World Congress in Cannes.

CTIA : TI puts three wireless technologies in one PDA

Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has developed a concept design for a PDA (personal digital assistant) that features three wireless technologies, the company said Monday at CTIA in New Orleans.

Sun looks to distinguish chips with multiple cores

Sun Microsystems Inc. is making the move to multicore chips in a big way, promising users a new breed of processor that appears to differ from anything discussed thus far by rivals such IBM Corp. and Intel Corp.

Wireless show replete with gadgets

From high tech to high fashion, the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA) 2001 wireless show in Las Vegas last month highlighted both the state of the art and the state of confusion to be found among the wireless technology providers.

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