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Giants make waves with wireless plans

Intel dives into research on ultrawideband technology; Microsoft, RealNetworks, Motorola and HP unveil plans for wireless devices that let people send e-mail, watch video clips and more.

Everyone wants a piece of the action. Intel is diving into a full-fledged research program on ultrawideband technology. Microsoft, RealNetworks, Motorola and HP unveil plans for a future full of wireless devices that let people send e-mail, watch video clips and more. Intel goes ultrawide
The chipmaker heats up research into ultrawideband technology, which uses the airwaves to carry data between computers.
February 19, 2002 
Carriers line up at wireless smorgasbord
update U.S. wireless carriers--spending billions to upgrade their wireless networks--are introduced to a bevy of new products at the 3GSM World Congress in France.
February 19, 2002 
Microsoft unveils wireless strategies
update The software company announces several new efforts to bring wireless capabilities to devices using its operating systems.
February 19, 2002 
RealNetworks hears the wireless call
update The company introduces new software that wireless carriers could use to offer streaming music and video to subscribers.
February 19, 2002 
Motorola on lookout for handset buys
The mobile phone maker says it's aiming to acquire a smaller rival and to boost market share. "It's a matter of timing," an executive says.
February 19, 2002 
HP dials in Pocket PC for new handheld
Hewlett-Packard says it will unveil a new version of its Jornada handheld in Europe that can make cell phone calls and send and receive e-mail wirelessly.
February 18, 2002