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Geekspeak: January 22, 2001

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Talk About 'Backward Compatibility'

Rural Locations Out of Wireless Loop

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Only a handful of wireless enterprises receive federal help to expand.

Fast-As-Cash Wireless

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Someday, walking into a store or fast-food spot may be like stepping into an invisible Web of networks, each communicating with a number of devices for a variety of purposes.

Magic eMarker

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A gadget to 'bookmark' radio

Sierra Offers CDMA Access

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Putting CDMA wireless access into a Type 2 PC Card, Sierra's Wireless AirCard 510 modem, available this month, gives portable-PC users 14.4K-bps bandwidth (up to 56K bps with compression) via the Sprint PCS Group network.

Cisco Expands Broadband Portfolio

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Patching up its broadband access portfolio, Cisco Systems will unveil an integrated access device today that offers small and midsized businesses a myriad of choices in selecting the voice and data services they receive from their providers.

Track Work

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Gracenote spins beyond CDs

Locking Up Data on a Curve

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Help is here for managers who must ensure that data and signatures on handheld computers and wireless devices are authentic and secure.

Fast Facts Matrix: January 22, 2001

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RealNetworks last week acquired Aegisoft, a developer of secure digital media software technologies, in a stock deal worth about $12 million.

Pandoras Playlist

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This month, SoundScan released year-end figures showing album sales increased 4 percent in 2000 from the previous year, to an all-time high of 785.1 million units.

Are Devices Better Dead Than Infrared?

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Recently, while navigating my way through the exhibit halls at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, I caught sight of a large banner for the Infrared Data Association pavilion.

Digital Interference

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In this day of high-speed, two-way, digital communications, the radio has to be considered a pre-Cambrian device.

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