Computer Networking Technology
WASHINGTON - A new flavor of Wi-Fi, with longer range and wall-piercing power, could show up in wireless gadgets a year from now if the Federal Communications Commission works out the last details of new spectrum rules that have been long in the making.
BEIJING - China has ordered its banks and other major companies to limit use of foreign computer security technology, setting up a possible trade clash with the United States and Europe while adding to strains over high-tech secrecy as some nations threaten to curtail BlackBerry service.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Intel says it's buying a Texas Instruments unit that makes cable modem chips, which it intends to combine with its own processors for smarter modems and cable set-top boxes.
HELSINKI - Nokia Corp. says it will sell its wireless modem business to Renesas Electronics Corp.
BEIJING - China vowed Tuesday to keep a tight grip on the Internet, saying it would continue to block anything considered subversive or threatening to "national unity." The "white paper" statement of government policy was released three months after a public dispute over censorship prompted Google Inc.
- China says will keep blocking online content
- Businesses could use US cyber monitoring system
- Google: Online attacks aimed at Vietnam's critics
- Cisco dropping Linksys brand from new routers
- China newspaper slams Clinton Internet speech
- GAO: Los Alamos computer security has weaknesses
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- What's government's role in making the Web secure?