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Motorola Says Working on Wireless Game Products
Posted: 25-Jul-2002 [Source: Reuters]

[Motorola developing chips for wireless gaming in the 2.4 gigahertz range allowing data transfers at up to 5 Mbps at a range of up to 15 yards.]

by Ben Berkowitz, Los Angeles -- Wireless technology giant Motorola Inc. is working with major video game companies to develop chips that would allow gamers to play each other on wireless networks at home, it said on Wednesday.

Motorola is readying production of new technology it believes could make untethered gaming cheaper, faster and able to run at lower power without the annoying delays common to wireless networks, a company representative said.

"We're engaged with all the key gaming companies to understand their needs and their market requirements," Motorola spokesman Steve Howard told Reuters. "Gaming is obviously one of our key market spaces."

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