This year promises to be big for wireless technology. Already present throughout many college and K-12 campuses nationwide, wireless computing is poised to make even greater breakthroughs in 2006.

At the forefront of these developments is the news that a proposed new standard, 802.11n--which is expected to nearly triple the fastest speeds currently available through Wi-Fi--might actually be approved at the next meeting of the standard-setting body, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). In addition, developers are working on new technologies that will allow for the convergence and interoperability of various wireless


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