News & Commentary
Content tagged with Mobile & Wireless posted in December 2005
Bracing For A Nation Of CrackBerry Addicts
Commentary  |  12/20/2005  | 
I was chatting with a few people I'd just met at a holiday cocktail party Friday night, trying to do the infamous appetizer-plate-and-drink-glass balancing act, when one of them starts bemoaning his BlackBerry balancing act. He can never get away from work when he's home, he says, because he always has his BlackBerry.
Podcast: Symbol Takes RFID Into New Markets And Regions In 2006
Commentary  |  12/19/2005  | 
Research firm Gartner expects the radio frequency identification technology market worldwide to reach $504 million this year, up 39 percent from last year. As more industries adopt the technology toward the end of 2006, new license revenue will climb to $751 million. By 2010, Gartner forecasts worldwide RFID spending to surpass $3 billion dollars. Symbol Technologies, which manufacturers RFID tags and readers, is stepping up efforts in 2006, expanding operations to meet demand. It already has a
WiMax Versus Wi-Fi: Which One Will Be The King Kong Of Wireless?
Commentary  |  12/16/2005  | 
A mix of testosterone, coffee, and a really hot wireless topic got everyone's blood boiling at one panel discussion during this week's Interop conference, taking place in New York City. It was a King Kong (WiMax) versus T-Rex (Wi-Fi) debate where even the most level-headed executives took a stand.


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