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Does Wi-Fi security matter? June 28, 2006 A large number of Wi-Fi networks are "horribly insecure," researchers say, but what that means is up for debate.
EarthLink's woes put free muni Wi-Fi in peril August 31, 2007 EarthLink says it can't afford to foot the bill to build citywide Wi-Fi networks, jeopardizing cities' plans to provide low-income residents with affordable broadband.
Wi-Fi phones a no-go, Siemens says June 27, 2007 Dual-mode phones offer better experience, executive says. And next wave could be handsets that join 3G with cordless-phone tech.
Motorola waits on 802.11n approval May 25, 2007 Company says it won't sell equipment using the next-generation Wi-Fi standard, as Intel and others are, until it's IEEE-certified.
New Wi-Fi standard delayed again August 14, 2006 The long-awaited 802.11n Wi-Fi standard that will speed up wireless access won't likely be finalized until 2008.
A cure to citywide Wi-Fi woes? May 23, 2006 Start-up Wavion says it has developed technology that fixes many problems early citywide Wi-Fi networks have faced.
New Wi-Fi standard back on track January 11, 2006 Opposing groups compromise on standards specifications for faster Wi-Fi, with new proposal expected next week.
Skype phones sans the PC August 31, 2006 New cordless phones let users of the Internet phone service make calls without a computer.
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