Stories by Peter Judge

Backup your PC to your phone?

3GSM will see the launch of a partnership that aims to let you put a copy of your desktop PC on your phone's SIM card, and use it to work securely on any other PC.

Inventor: Radical wireless not hot air

The inventor of a radical wireless broadband technology has promised real products by the end of June - but the technology is still so closely guarded it is impossible to say how real it is.

Wireless USB creeps nearer

The wireless replacement for USB has come a step closer to reality -- and some questions on migration have been answered -- with the release of a reference design from Wisair.

Mobile WiMax standard claims criticized

The WiMax hype-machine went into -- believe it or not -- higher gear late last week, as the mobile WiMax standard, 802.16e, was formally approved by the IEEE standards group.

Fast Wi-Fi standard set to splinter

Just when we thought the fast Wi-Fi standard was well underway, it looks like the big chip-makers are about to undermine an agreement in the IEEE.

New .tel domain will manage contacts

Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has approved an application for a new .tel domain, that will hold contact details for companies and individuals. The final contract has yet to be produced, but Telnic, the company that put i...

BT launches converged fixed/mobile phone service

BT's converged fixed/mobile phone service -- called Bluephone during development -- has been launched. BT Fusion, as it is now known, operates as a mobile phone outside the house, and uses a Bluetooth base station within the house, to switch calls ov...

Nokia pushes Web services on Symbian

Nokia plans to keep its mobile devices competing against Windows Mobile, by adding support for Web services to all Symbian smart phones by next year.

IEEE chair warns of UWB death

New doubts have been raised over the future of ultra-wide band (UWB), by the chair of the group creating a standard for the fast networking technology.

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