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FCC misses mark on ‘white space’ issue says opponents of initiative

Plans to allow wireless devices to operate on unused television spectrum 'doesn't make sense'

Nine great hotels for the traveling techie

From videophones, to game consoles and iPod docking stations, these geek hotels go above an beyond standard niceties

Microsoft Research hits the road with mobile tech

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Take 2: Coalition mounts new campaign for ‘white space’

Despite a counter-campaign by broadcasters and technical problems earlier in the year, supporters of unlicensed devices in TV's fallow spectra have a few legislators on board in the U.S.

Why Parliament needs a Second Life

Virtual reality sites, such as the popular Second Life, are getting a lot of attention from public leaders and have increasingly become a venue for propagating political platforms and creating a virtual existence. CIO Government Review columnist, Jeffrey Roy, explores the democratic landscape, or lack thereof, in the virtual reality world of the Linden-spending Avatars.

U.S. broadcasters fight for white space

The association of television broadcasters has launched a campaign designed to persuade the Federal Communications Commission not to allow portable wireless Internet services in the so-called

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