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One chip to rule the radio waves
Posted: 09-Jan-2005 [Source: CNet]

[Intel CEO, Craig Barrett, makes appearance at CES and tells reporters at CES the consumer electronics market will "revolve around three types of devices: televisions, PCs and handheld computers."]

Las Vegas -- "The number of radio capabilities in devices will begin to increase soon, Barrett predicted. Within a year or two, notebooks will be able to connect through WiMax, a wireless data technology with a long signal range. WiMax will add around $100 to $200 to the cost of a laptop, but give notebooks a wireless range in kilometers. UltraWideBand, a short range radio for sending large files like video, will also be integrated into devices, he said."


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