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Short Take: Qualcomm touts wireless data plans, new chips

Wireless communications firm Qualcomm unveiled its newest high-speed wireless Internet access technology, called High Data Rate (HDR). The company also unveiled new chipsets and software that support HDR. Because HDR allows for a constant, "always on" Internet connection, Qualcomm executives hope the technology, which allows for data rates up to 2.4 megabits per second, will compete with cable modems and digital subscriber lines.

Wireless communications firm Qualcomm unveiled its newest high-speed wireless Internet access technology, called High Data Rate (HDR). The company also unveiled new chipsets and software that support HDR. Because HDR allows for a constant, "always on" Internet connection, Qualcomm executives hope the technology, which allows for data rates up to 2.4 megabits per second, will compete with cable modems and digital subscriber lines.