Category Archives: Networking

Networking (Wireless, etc.) News

Intel Pushing for Super 3G

CNET Asia is reporting that Intel is working with the GSM Assocation to “ help hardware makers include mobile SIM card readers and 3G connectivity in new PCs. ” This would benefit those wanting better connection speeds when WiFi is unavailable. Continue reading

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Does WiMax Matter?

LAPTOP Magazine brings up an interesting question, Does WiMax matter? Continue reading

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Lenovo ThinkPad X60 to Receive 3G Integration (Some European Countries)

According to CNET News Asia, Lenovo’s ThinkPad X60 will be have 3G connectivity. Continue reading

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Review: Three Portable Wireless Routers

LaptopLogic has published a review of three portable wireless routers, the Linksys WTR54GS travel router, Apple’s Airport Express, and 3COM’s OfficeConnect Wireless Travel Router. Those of you who travel a lot and need a wireless solution on the road might want to check the reviews out – these routers are small enough to be carried around in your laptop bag or briefcase. Continue reading

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Longer Battery Life Using Wi-Fi

There’s an article at ComputerWorld mentioning that new software specifications being developed by the Wi-Fi Alliance could lead to 15% to 40% longer battery life. Continue reading

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