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Cringely, Robert X.
March 2003
Inc.;Mar2003, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p55
Discusses innovations in wireless networking and their impact on computing and communication industries. Information on the WiFi technology; Role of Apple Computer in the existence of WiFi; Description of the AirPort product line of Apple.


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