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Carriers' interest in geo-location services could mean big changes for a niche industry. Meanwhile, Intel attracts attention with its Wi-Fi efforts.

Carriers' interest in geo-location services could mean big changes for a niche industry, but hurdles remain. Meanwhile, Intel attracts attention with its Wi-Fi efforts, and smaller companies are also getting in the act.
Services that pinpoint locations for cell phone users and others are nearly ready for the masses. But such services could still end up getting lost.
March 10, 2003 

The chipmaker is betting that wireless technology will be the biggest thing since the browser. New notebooks coming Wednesday may be an indication of whether the company is right.
March 10, 2003 

Eager to profit from the growing popularity of "hot spots," the companies launch a campaign to accelerate the adoption of high-speed wireless access to the Internet.
March 10, 2003 

previous coverage

The chipmaker, which is set to launch its Centrino technologies for wireless computing, invests in four new companies that provide wireless software and services.
March 9, 2003 

The software specialist takes a different approach to delivering documents to laptop-toting mobile workers over Wi-Fi networks--with the help of Intel's latest chip.
March 9, 2003