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A project in Kandahar started by a Canadian citizen turns to NComputing to make the most of its PC fleet. Plus: The promise of solar-powered IT

Loose ends make a dodgy shield

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Sun adds Linux in bid to boost thin clients

Bob O'Donnell, an analyst at IDC in Framingham, Mass., said telecommuting via thin clients is a niche that could grow as part of an overall increase in corporate use of the devices.

Gartner: Retailers accelerating IT adoption

Retailers have shed their reputation for being technology laggards and are funneling IT dollars to nearly all areas of their businesses, according to one Gartner Inc. analyst.

UPS to spend $127M on trimode wireless driver terminals

United Parcel Service Inc. plans to spend US$127 million on global deployment over the next five years of a new driver terminal that features built-in cellular, wireless LAN and Bluetooth short-range wireless systems.

Vancouver airport deploys kiosks

In what is being called an industry first, Vancouver International Airport last month deployed 80 new "common use" kiosks that will eventually support all airline customer check-in requirements, enhance passenger processing and save airlines money, industry officials said.

Airport travellers could be less wired

More than 28 million people, who pass through Pearson International airport in Toronto annually, face being without their wireless device of choice in the airport, if an agreement between The Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) and The Greater Toronto Airport Association (GTAA) can

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