D-Link releases 2.0 upgrades for Draft 802.11n products

Clearwire gets FCC approval for Wimax notebook card

Clearwire today said that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has approved what the company claims to be the first “WiMax-class laptop card."

Gefen preps wireless USB hub

Chicago (IL) – Gefen has received the green light from the FCC for a new four-port wireless USB hub.Similar to the already available Belkin hub, the Gefen device follows the reference design provided by Wisair and uses the firm’s 503 RF chip and complies with the Wimedia 1.0 specification.      

Iran to filter racy mobile messages

Iran is planning on filtering “immoral” video and audio cell phone messages.

Verizon’s earning rise, FIOS installs accelerating

Verizon has reported that its quarterly earnings were 17.4 percent higher than last year’s.

Internet 2 reaches 9.08 Gbps

Scientists working on the bigger, better and most importantly faster Internet 2 have achieved a new world speed record.

Time Warner Cable eyes Wi-Fi

Time Warner Cable struck a deal with Spanish start-up FON that will enable its high-speed Internet customers to turn their Road Runner broadband connections into public wireless hotspots.

VoIP driving cable telephony growth

VoIP technology has proven to be the key market enabler for cable telephony services and subscriber growth, reports In-Stat.

Google announces free presentation software

Google has formally announced a free presentation application that will supplement its web-based Docs and Spreadsheet programs.

D-Link adds wireless management to 10/100 smart switch

D-Link today announced that it will soon add wireless management features to its DES-1228P 24-Port 10/100 smart switch with PoE.

Always On Wireless spiffs up dialup wireless router

Always On Wireless today announced its WiFlyer+v wireless router that supports wireless networking of dial-up or broadband Internet connections.

Intel introduces 9 TB quad-core storage server

San Diego (CA) – Intel today introduced a 2U storage server that can house up to twelve hard drives. Processing power is provided one quad-core or up to two dual-core Xeon processors.

AMD donates servers to Groklaw

AMD has donated two dual-core servers to the popular open source news website Groklaw.net.

US Military to shoot router into space

Cisco and Intelsat General will be placing a router of sorts into space.

Over 20% of handsets will have near field communication by 2012, says ABI Research

ABI Research forecasts that by 2012, some 292 million handsets – just over 20% of the global mobile handset market – will ship with built-in near field communication (NFC) capabilities.

US heads hall of spam shame

The US relayed considerably more spam than other nations, with just under a fifth (19.8%) of the world's spam originating from US-based computers over the first quarter of 2007, according to a new report.

Iomega adds rackmount Terabyte RAID NAS

Iomega today announced a new rack-mount addition to its NAS product line. The new Iomega StorCenter Pro NAS 450r series is based on Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003 R2 running on a Dual-Core Intel Xeon hardware platform packaged in a 1U rackmount format.

Carnegie Mellon speeds up P2P transfer

Enhanced file searches could help speed peer to peer file transfers according to new research done by the Carnegie Mellon University and Intel.

Fibre Channel over Ethernet standard proposed

San Diego (CA) – Nine IT companies, including Cisco, IBM, Intel and Sun, have asked the T11 Committee of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to create a Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) standard.

Mexico City to get urban Wi-Fi

Mexico City’s new mayor has promised city-wide wireless Internet by 2008.