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The Next Big Thing for mobile phones will help out carriers and smartphone makers quite a bit. Consumers? Not so much.
Artemis Networks, a San Francisco startup, claims it can eliminate wireless-data bottlenecks on crowded networks. Here’s how.
Federal regulators are close to deciding whether to mandate dedicated short-range communications for U.S. autos.
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