More testing times
No, not me. GHz
It could be, and it doesn't even depend on the band
So, is it a problem, or not?
I thought they were history. Now maybe they can make some
One product at WiMax World really caught my eye
Energy, momentum, and a sharpening competitive picture
The biggest challenge in business today isn’t technical
The WLAN switch is dead. Long live the unified switch
4G is suddenly hot, but the what and when remain unclear
I spent most of the weekend locked in one – trying to answer an important question
The big tower tells Boston's airport to take a flying leap
No big surprises – and no big changes to the wireless landscape
And becomes a leader in wireless LANs – just like that
VLSI will determine the boss of the WiMax world
I continue to hear that RFID will do something that it cannot
Fall marketing themes are out, multi is the word
The Wi-Fi Alliance did the right thing, but lots of issues remain
WiFi security is a good thing, but far from sufficient
Wow, this is worse than I thought
Repositioning may be the answer in the short term
A simple plan for dealing with BlackBerry addiction
The Draft N crowd has two problems, and one will be easy to fix
Or, why the marketing department needs more engineers
Is Intel buying the success of WiMax? And does it matter if it is?
OK, I’m nowhere near as skeptical about WiMax as I was Monday
Look for the logo – it might not be there
Two unstoppable forces drive the inevitable enterprise wireless future
An argument that’s not just for geeks anymore
Welcome to the post-PC era
I'm always amused by statements that contain both 'wireless' and 'too much throughput'
It looks like metro-scale WiFi may be at a disadvantage in at least one area - reliability during a blackout
It may not be fashionable, but the big portal firm's thin email client is the wave of the future
R&D team produces a high-end WiFi-for-the-home system
The rumors ain't true – the Wi-Fi Alliance is maintaining its hands-off policy for Draft-N
Well, not mine, but a lot of them do – and they might bring a social disease to your network
The eternal challenge
What happens when you want your MTV, or whatever, but your carrier would rather you watch something completely different?
There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but there is a way to offer free WiFi without too much pain
Every day there's another announcement of personal data stolen from a notebook computer and I know what to do about it
Telling a college student not to use the Internet is just like telling a Red Sox fan not to watch baseball
Why my competitors are my friends
The real promise of customer premises kit
A new record for the IEEE standards process, and something else beyond the obvious for high-speed WiFi
Strange conversations are a hallmark of wireless. So today we ask: What happens if wireless goes bang?
The battle for the mobile OS is over – and the winner, unfortunately, is Redmond
I know more than I did last night, but still not enough.
I am reminded of Animal House where the Dean puts our heroes on 'Double Secret Probation'
The recent vote on the IEEE 802.11n draft is no cause for celebration, and it shouldn’t be.