Silly me, getting all excited about the DSL line that delivers data at 1.5M bit/sec (and up to 3M bit/sec on a good day) downstream. Foolish of me to be thrilled to get great performance from the fixed broadband wireless that reaches my coastal home. Until I heard from Samsung's GS Choi, president of the company's Digital Media Business, I was delighted with the data speeds delivered to my home an......Full article >>>
networks don't cause transformation in our work and lives, then the networks will not be valuable."
That comment has got me thinking not so much about how future networks will be transforming and valuable, but rather how our current wireless networks can be made more valuable by a richer set of data applications. Sure, operators are making money selling ring tones and trafficking e-mail ......Full article >>>
Calculator Keypad. The $50 device is a full-size wireless numeric keypad that also includes an integrated calculator. It comes with a USB receiver (and extension cable), and runs on two AAA batteries. Go to www.targus.com for more details.
If you use your camera phone to spy on naked people, you may soon be breaking the law. The Video Voyeurism Prevention Act of 2004 (say that five times ......Full article >>>
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