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2008-02-20 Hong Kong invests $25.6M on Wi-Fi facilities
The Hong Kong Office of the Telecommunications Authority announced it will spend about $25.6 million in two years for the construction of Wi-Fi facilities, which will be made available to users free of charge
2006-09-01 Pushing past trials, WiMAX footprint grows
If the optimistic market analyses are correct, WiMAX could nab nine million subscribers worldwide by 2009, not counting infrastructure applications in cellular backhaul.
2014-11-13 Phones borrow bandwidth from devices nearby to boost downloads
The technology, an implementation of a method called mesh networking, lets a phone with poor data signal to borrow the connection of a nearby handset with a stronger signal by linking with it over WiFi.
2006-04-03 Multiple options tie home networking in knots
While experts agree that video will be a crucial driver for home networking in the next few years, there is little agreement on which wired technology is best for shuttling video around the house.
2006-10-02 Industry guru talks about digital entertainment
At STMicroelectronics' back-end IC factory in Shenzhen, Bob Krysiak, the company's corporate VP and general manager for the region, recalled the development of the first single-chip MPEG-2 decoder ICs and discussed his ideas on the development of digital entertainment equipment in China.
2005-09-06 Asia embraces triple-play apps
Wired and wireless infrastructure investments in Asia have boosted hopes for the thriving arena of triple-play network applications
2005-10-17 Asia embraces triple-play apps
Wired and wireless infrastructure investments in Asia have boosted hopes for the thriving arena of triple-play network applications
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