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Articles by W. David Gardner
posted in September 2006
Users need a dual-mode phone that supports both Wi-Fi and GSM/CDMA networks.
The beleaguered supplier of lithium-ion batteries said it's working out the details of a global replacement program with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
A Bluetooth-enabled cell phone accessory puts caller ID on a wristwatch.
The trial will proceed in U.S. Federal District Court in Delaware. However, Judge Joseph Farnan granted Intel's motion to dismiss some of AMD's charges because they were outside of U.S. jurisdiction.
Verizon says its $18 billion fiber network will go into the black in 2009.
More than 100 countries were represented among the registrants for the ".mobi" extensions, with the United States, Canada, and China acquiring the most domain names.
Groundbreaking on the new, six-story building is expected this spring.
In just six months, IBM has grown its Indian workforce to 43,000 from 38,500. IBM's Indian workers are scattered throughout 14 cities in the nation.
Martin reportedly wants to allow Continental Airlines and other Wi-Fi providers--both actual and potential--to use their own Wi-Fi services at Logan.
Applicants with expertise in certain tech categories, including Java, C++, and Oracle, are fast-tracked into the country and given bonus rewards, according to the Australian Visa Bureau.
Even though high-speed Internet access is significantly more expensive than dial-up, it has officially become more popular, according to a report by JD Power and Associates.
Disagree with what the online real-estate information service says about the value and description of your home? Zillow lets you post your own estimate and description, which will be published side-by-side with its own record.
To get to Parintins, you need to take a 27-hour upstream boat ride. But the city's 114,000 residents now have access to the Internet's medical, educational, and commercial resources over a network supplied by Intel and partners.
Sprint Mobile Security is meant to protect data in a number of ways, ranging from encrypting files to remotely locking stolen devices.
T-Mobile declined Monday to discuss in detail its plans for the licenses it won, citing Federal Communications Commission restrictions.
Although mobile phone VoIP is a rarity today, it's expected to generate more revenue in the U.S. as early as 2012.
But a European opponent to Microsoft counters the Microsoft-released IDC report, saying that without the Microsoft monopoly, Europe might do even better.
The two new models feature designs that are more sleek than their predecessors.
The director of media services at Microsoft TV sent Gates an e-mail to find out. The answers included MIT AIDS research and golf tournaments.
After Boeing decided to shut down its Connexion service, the airline has awarded a contract to a Wisconsin company for hardware adaptation, engineering development, and various U.S. governmental approval processes.
Consumers will be the main driver of PC sales in the immediate future, an IDC analyst says, and Vista's possible delay won't really matter because consumers just get whatever operating system comes with the system they buy.
Law enforcement officials in New York and Pennsylvania couldn't communicate with their own radios as they closed in on a fugitive charged with killing a New York State Trooper.
The Dirt Dog, the same size as the popular Roomba but with a bagless debris bin 40% larger, picks up small nails, dirt, sawdust, and other debris that's likely to accumulate under workbenches and in work zones.
Skype for Mac makes possible one-on-one video calls that can be viewed within the Skype window or on a user's full computer screen.
Call it "Mobile Tuesday": Some half-dozen vendors--including Nokia, Research In Motion, and Verizon Wireless--introduced new or improved wares.
Miami callers made and received an average of 298 calls every month, according to Verizon Wireless. Residents of the second-place city, Los Angeles, made only 235 monthly calls, and New York ranked 11th.
The approval was expected despite concerns that Alcatel is paying too much for Lucent, which may be one reason stocks of both firms have fallen more than 20% in recent months. About 90,000 employees are expected to lose their jobs in the merger.
Some European companies are moving quickly to fill the void in in-flight Internet and entertainment systems.
Today's vote is likely to be for approval, even though several analysts have voiced their misgivings about the merger, industry watchers say.
TheBadge.org offers members, who are largely cops, firefighters, and EMTs, a database to find out if that special someone is a murderer, sex offender, or married.
Suppliers BelAir Networks and US Internet say the deployment will cover a 54-square-mile sector of the city.
Raytheon's ACU product, designed for continuity during emergencies, can interconnect as many as 24 communications devices simultaneously over a range of satellite-, radio-, cell-, and land-based networks.