Comcast says it only blocks excessive use of file sharing

Open wireless access assured on 700 MHz spectrum

Boeing to develop aerospace network technology

Wi-Fi chip suppliers racing to offer cheap 802.11n single-chip solutions

Apple announces Time Capsule wireless backup

Sprint to “soft launch” Xohm WiMax service in the U.S.

Ethereal launches HDMI over CAT5/6 tech

Ethereal has released a new product that provides an elegant solution to transmit HDMI signals over long distances. The firm’s HDMI-CAT5 System allows HDMI signals to run long distances by converting the HDMI cable to CAT5/6, then back into an HDMI cable at the display. According to the company, distances of up to 75 ft over CAT5, up to 100ft over CATSE and up to 200 ft over CAT6 are supported.    

Mobile WiMax certification process begins

Intel open-sources FCoE code under GPL 2

Startup Ribbit seeks to unite telephony and the Web

Google takes a crack at Wikipedia with Knol

AT&T dials up monthly cost of old-fashioned Internet access

D-Link cut prices of entry-level 802.11n routers in North America to below $50

Wi-Fi industry to ship 300 million chipsets in 2007

Google wants to be your hard drive: WSJ

U.S. broadband infrastructure to reach maximum capacity by 2010

No price cuts yet for 802.11n products in Q4 07

Wintec ties up with Eye-Fi on Wi-Fi SD card production

Vint Cerf warns over net address limits

Nokia, Motorola and Qisda plan to launch WiMax devices and handsets in 2008