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802.11n Wi-Fi: One Size Does Not Fit All

Considering a new notebook or netbook purchase? Of course, you’ll want 802.11n Wi-Fi built-in, but don’t assume that if the label says 802.11n, it’s all you need to know. You could find yourself with an underpowered 802.11n connection. 802.11n is … Read more >

Connecting the Ultra-Mobile Universe with Moorestown

Revolutionizing the ultra-mobile segment of Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) and the future of smart phones, Intel’s next-generation Intel® Atom™ processor, codenamed Moorestown, made a larger-than-life splash at this year’s Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco. Intel Fellow and Chief … Read more >

Come and Get It! Your Personal Wi-Fi Is Ready To Go.

Intel® My WiFi Technology creates a Wi-Fi hotspot around your laptop that lets you print, share, sync and show wirelessly at home or on the go. This not your normal ad-hoc Wi-Fi. With your Intel® My WiFi Personal Area Network(PAN), … Read more >

The Second Wi-Fi Revolution

Guest post by Randy Nickel, Wireless Marketing Director, Mobile Platforms Group By now you take for granted that any notebook (or Netbook) you purchase has Wi-Fi built-in. The essential need for flexible connectivity that made Wi-Fi ubiquitous on notebooks is … Read more >