Lost Packets

Lost Packets

The Kentucky Derby races to wirelessDuring the 131st running of the roses last month, winner Giacomo wasn’t the only one...

June 9th, 2005 Network World Canada Staff

analyst, Gartner Inc.

analyst, Gartner Inc.

The need to improve materials handling, inventory management and asset management processes is driving use of wireless technologies in the...

May 15th, 2005 Jaikumar Vijayan

Lost Packets – April 1, 2005

Lost Packets – April 1, 2005

Meet PERSI, your office Internet personal trainerPERSI is on a mission to help prevent repetivite strain injuries in office computer...

March 31st, 2005 Network World Canada Staff

Wireless expert touts coming apps

Wireless expert touts coming apps

At a Wireless World Research Forum conference being held in Toronto this week, Network World Canada Editor Greg Enright sat...

November 2nd, 2004 Greg Enright

Hands off my mobile enterprise

Hands off my mobile enterprise

Don McCarthy has had the same cell phone mounted in his truck, although the truck has changed many times, for...

September 30th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce

Cutting loose

Cutting loose

For the past 10 years, we've been influenced by progress in the telecommunications industry with cell phones, Blackberries, various personal...

November 30th, 2003 Stephanie Couture and Alexandra Katseva

Intel’s Otellini sees no plan to enter RFID market

Intel’s Otellini sees no plan to enter RFID market

Intel Corp.'s increasing focus on wireless technologies won't include the production of radio frequency identification (RFID) chips, said Intel President...

October 29th, 2003 Tom Krazit

Shop talk

Shop talk

Envision a modern-day manufacturing plant and chances are you conjure up images of large robotic arms and other automated machines....

September 19th, 2003 Phil Hochmuth and John Fontana

Integrating shop floors with carpeted offices

Integrating shop floors with carpeted offices

Envision a modern-day manufacturing plant and chances are you conjure up images of large robotic arms and other automated machines.Ever...

July 17th, 2003 Phil Hochmuth and John Fontana