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San Francisco Looks To Wireless Future
[August 18, 2005] The city's TechConnect program is on the starting block to unwire all 49 miles of hilly terrain for 'affordable broadband' -- not necessarily free.

Intel Envisions Wireless Cities
[August 18, 2005] A pilot program led by the chipmaker will help provide connectivity and applications in 13 communities.

Sizing Up the Search Competition
[August 18, 2005] In the Google-Yahoo rivalry, does the bigger index do a better job

Warily Watching Worm Variants
[August 18, 2005] Versions of Zotob continue to slam corporate networks while security vendors and Microsoft play defense.

Intel Snares XML Solution
[August 18, 2005] Sarvega optimizes XML performance and Web services on enterprise Networks.

Tech Paychecks Dip
[August 18, 2005] Clinical researchers and ERP specialists top the list of in-demand jobs, but it isn't translating into big-bucks paychecks for the high-tech industry.

Passing The Acid2 Test
[August 18, 2005] Getting the browser to display the yellow smiley face is a lot harder than it seems.

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Google Buys Android
[August 18, 2005] Startup adds mobile talent to roster.

Subsystems, BearingPoint Team on RFID
[August 18, 2005] RFID becomes more integrated with business systems.

EAS Group Nabs Brooktrout
[August 18, 2005] It pays $173M to add another communications equipment company to its holdings.

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