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Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Intel and WiMax

An ambitious plan to turn millions of desktop computers into hubs of wireless Internet access has been shelved after PC manufacturers balked at the price of the feature. Intel, the world's largest chip manufacturer, may still reintroduce its plan after trimming costs and adding new features, such as WiMAX -- a long-distance wireless networking technology designed to replace DSL and cable Internet access.
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