Network World looks at what the FCC's net neutrality push will mean for exclusive phone agreements, such as the one AT&T enjoys with the iPhone.
Apple's improved support for Microsoft Exchange security has triggered frustration for some enterprise users linking to Exchange 2007.
The new Apple iPod Touch uses the Broadcom BCM4329, which can support the just-approved high-throughput 802.11n standard.
TrustDigital has released an updated version of its mobile device management software, with improved support for the iPhone, including the new 3GS model, and iPod touch.
A range of companies with wireless LANs are discovering that 50% to 90% or more of Ethernet ports now go unused, because Wi-Fi has become so prevalent.
Network World interviews Kevin Hayes, who was the technical editor for the 802.11 Protocol Adaption Layer -- one of the big changes in the just-announced Bluetooth 3.0 specification.
Apple seems to be laying the groundwork to introduce high-capacity, low-power 802.11n Wi-Fi to both the iPhone and iPod touch, Network World reports.
Palm has pulled the plug on its Palm OS operating system.
Network World’s John Cox compares the newly announced Palm Pre 3G smartphone to Apple’s iPhone.
Chip-maker Broadcom is packaging 802.11n, enhanced data rate Bluetooth, and FM radios in a single chip.
Network World looks at Abilene Christian University and its program to supply incoming freshman with either an iPhone 3G or iPod touch.
Kace has updated its system management appliance with beta software for the iPhone.
All evidence points to the fact that smartphone viruses will be a threat to network even though they may not be at this time, Network World reports.
Intel recently demonstrated a modified 802.11 radio link with a data rate of around 6 Mbps and a range of more than 60 miles.
Most if not all of the wireless chip makers are going above and beyond the IEEE standard to fine tune their 11n silicon to create a much more stable, better behaved and predictable signal than that found in today's wireless LAN gear, Network World reports.