The New Times reports that Wi-Fi networks already seem a bit overcrowded and slow. The emergence of online streaming video and web sites such as YouTube has only served to underscore this problem. Naturally, Wi-Fi manufacturers would normally want to solve this problem with a new Wi-Fi standard. However, they are doing the next best thing. Under the technological rubric of 802.11n, new Wi-Fi routers and adapters are built not on an existing specification, but on a draft version of a specification before the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers standards body. This new standard is not expected...

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