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Draft 802.11n Revealed: Part 2 - Interoperable? Not So Much

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In Part 2 of our series, Tim Higgins discovers an embarrassingly low level of interoperability among draft 802.11n products. And they're not very neighborly, either.

Buy Draft 11n!

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The nattering nabobs of negativity are at it again, telling us to stay away from the latest and greatest in wireless networking technology. Tim Higgins thinks they're just a bunch of weenies.

EV-DO Broadband, Live And Direct From The Woods

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As wireless broadband access becomes more ubiquitous, is it becoming possible for a businessperson to conduct his everyday work, at high speed, out in the middle of nowhere? Scott Fulton reports from the wilds of Indiana.

The Feds can own your WLAN too

WEP cracking usually conjures up images of geeks with evil intent. But Humphrey Cheung recently attended an FBI demonstration that showed at least some law enforcement types not only know about the latest generation of tools but also how to use 'em.

Flying the Unwired Skies

Many of us hope that cell phones never get the go-ahead for in-flight use. But wireless Internet access while aloft is here and gaining momentum. Glenn Fleishman reports on his and others' Wi-Fi flights.

CTIA Wireless 2005 Show Report

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Things seemed a little slow at the cellular industry's annual rite of spring. But it seems that there will be plenty more video content heading for your phones before you know it. The question is, will you be buying?

Do Extended-range WLAN technologies deliver?

Longer range and faster speed are the watchwords for wireless LAN product manufacturers and the criteria by which many of us choose which products to buy. We take a look at three "extended range" WLAN technologies - Atheros' Super G / XR, Airgo Networks' True MIMO and Parker Vision's D2D - to see if they deliver as promised.

NeedToKnow: WiFi PDAs' Dirty Little Secret - Part 2

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It took awhile, but we managed to round up a few more wireless PDA products willing to be put to our wireless speed testing. This time, we have multiple PalmOS-based solutions as well as Dell's fastest PDA for your perusal. We're sure you'll find the results as interesting as we did!

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