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Almost 13 Million Fixed Wireless Terminals and Cellular Routers Will Ship in 2015

In 2015, shipments of fixed wireless terminals (FWT) and cellular routers will total nearly 13 million, according to the latest forecasts from ABI Research.  more

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WLAN Sales Up by Over a Quarter Year-on-Year

Sales of WLAN rose by 26.4% during the second quarter year-on-year. The report also found a more modest 2.4% growth over a strong first quarter, for enterprise wireless local area networks (WLANs). more

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Wirelessly Recharging a Mobile Phone that on the Other Side of the Room

Fujitsu says that it has developed a magnetic resonance based wireless charging technology that can simultaneously recharge various types of portable electronic devices at a distance of several meters. more

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Mistrust in USA and India Impacts Chinese Telecom Equipment Suppliers

Concerns are rising in the United States and India over perceived security risks associated with using Chinese-made telecommunications equipment, potentially slowing global sales growth for China's major gear makers, more

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Wireless monitoring systems in cars may compromise privacy, pose security threat

New wireless technologies in cars may compromise a driver's privacy and pose a security threat, warn researchers at Rutgers University. more

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Apple to Become World's Second Largest OEM Semiconductor Buyer in 2011

The phenomenal success of the iPad and iPhone is expected to make Apple the world's second-largest OEM semiconductor buyer in 2011, potentially positioning the company to become the world's top chip purchaser in 2012, more

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IDC Says Market for U.S. Mobile Broadband About to Speed Up

The market for mobile broadband connectivity for portable computers has been slow to gain momentum over the past several years, and only in the past 18 months has the U.S. market taken significant steps toward broader adoption beyond the traditional mobile worker.  more

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Indian Regulator Issues Consultation Paper on a National Broadband Plan

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has issued a consultation paper on a National Broadband Plan for the country.  more

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Wired's first iPad issue comes out; costs $5

As the magazine for a digital generation, Wired has talked a big game about the opportunities for publishers on Apple's new iPad. more

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Apple iPad Sells for $500 - Costs $260 to Manufacture

With more than 40 percent of its Bill of Materials (BOM) dedicated to the display, touch screen and other user interface components, Apple's iPad represents a radical departure in electronic design compared to conventional products, according to a teardown conducted by iSuppli. more

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