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NBS brings hi-fi extravagance in solid copper

This is one of the rare hi-fi components cast out of solid copper right down to the knobs for a combined weight of 66 pounds.

By June 18, 2010


Exotic and ridiculously expensive loudspeakers

If you have $200,000 of loose change, you might like to take a closer look at NBS Audio Cables' latest E.V.A. and Butter/fly speaker systems.

By February 12, 2009


Telcos, groups draw up national broadband strategy

A coalition of diverse groups join together to issue a "call to action" for the next administration and Congress to implement a national broadband plan.

By December 2, 2008


Techs take a tumble

The tech-heavy Nasdaq closes below 1,900, reacting to cautious forecasts from Dell and Hewlett-Packard as well as downbeat economic news.

August 17, 2001


Short: Intel, Nokia announce NBS, want feedback

Intel and Nokia announced the Narrowband Sockets (NBS) specification for industry comment. Software developers will be able to create wireless messaging applications for mobile PC and SmartPhone users using familiar Internet programming interfaces. At a conference in Frankfurt, Intel and Nokia demonstrated an "always-connected" mobile PC without maintaining a data call. NBS receives live Web content updates using a wireless messaging service. It is expected to be available on Windows 95 and NT in early 1997.

By September 18, 1996


Short Take: Nokia, Intel announce narrowband specification

Nokia and Intel made available the Narrowband Sockets specification 1.0 and implementations for Microsoft Windows NT and Windows 9x platforms. Applications using narrowband sockets allow for wireless delivery of email and other information to mobile PCs. The specification makes narrowband sockets work with GSM networks. Free licenses to the specification and implementations are available on the Intel and Nokia Web sites.

By March 19, 1997