Evolving wireless technology may soon provide users a truly wire-free computing experience. With advances in wireless charging and data transfer capabilities, you’ll soon be able to remove all the clutter of wires for power, display connectors, and other device peripherals. … Read more >
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Guest post by Sanjiv Gupta, Intel Corp. Since the first historical mobile WiMAX network deployment by Clear over a year ago, there have been more than 600 WiMAX networks worldwide which have either commercially launched or have entered into a planning/pre-deployment stage. For new devices (WiMAX Forum Certified or other devices) entering a Greenfield network, [...] Read more >
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