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Stalled Songs

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Copyright issues slow net distribution in Europe

The New Social Disorder

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Maybe the hermits in Wyoming cabins are right. Technology is antisocial.

Disharmonious Times

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Napster is the genie the recording industry can't put back in the lamp, and each day it becomes clearer that the rise of this popular music swapping technology marked the dawn of a chaotic period for the music business and consumers alike.

When It Comes to Mobile Security, You Face a Much More Dangerous Opponent

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Everybody loves mobility. Employees love the freedom of being unshackled from their desks. Employers love reducing travel-related disruption.

Palm Loses Tech Pilot

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Bill Maggs, Palm's chief technology officer, unexpectedly resigned last week - less than a year after he joined the company.

Oh, Crystal Ball

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Finding it hard to envision new DSL opportunities? The future holds great promise for the next round of broadband connectivity.

Sound Hack?

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Criticism surrounds SDMI's security challenge

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.

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