Wireless 802.11n standard set for final approval

Wireless 802.11n standard set for final approval

Sometime on Friday, at the sprawling Hyatt Regency hotel in New Brunswick, N.J., an IEEE group called the Standards Board...

September 11th, 2009 John Cox

China pushes WAPI in mobile phones

China pushes WAPI in mobile phones

Some mobile phones released in China this year will support the country's homegrown security protocol for wireless LANs that once...

May 7th, 2009 Owen Fletcher

Security problems still plague retailers’ wireless LANs

Security problems still plague retailers’ wireless LANs

A large-scale scan by Motorola's AirDefense group has found that wireless LAN vulnerabilities in retailer networks though much improved over...

February 8th, 2009 John Cox

Motorola sees Symbol at heart of goals

Motorola sees Symbol at heart of goals

Motorola is getting a lot for its US$4 billion buyout of Symbol Technologies. But whether that includes a future for...

October 26th, 2006 John Cox

Product hits

Product hits

Sierra Wireless expands HSDPA AirCard PC Card line New to the market is the AirCard 875 wireless wide area network...

June 22nd, 2006 ComputerWorld Canada staff

Wireless, wireless everywhere

Wireless, wireless everywhere

Voice over IP, EV-DO, mobile Wi-Max and HSDPA. Getting a handle on all these acronyms is a challenge for anyone...

December 8th, 2005 Vanessa Ho

Building the intelligent network

Building the intelligent network

The days of the fat, dumb pipe are over. Server applications and storage have been shouldering the intelligence and security...

September 29th, 2005 Leon Erlanger

3G, WLAN need ties

3G, WLAN need ties

The dawn of the Wireless LAN (WLAN) and cellular convergence age is approaching. There are about 29 million subscribers to...

September 15th, 2005 Vanessa Ho

Vendors tout WLAN security advances

Vendors tout WLAN security advances

Two wireless LAN security vendors this month separately announced streamlined versions of their software. Senforce’s Wi-Fi Security is a less-expensive...

July 21st, 2005 John Cox