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New Chip From Intel Aids Wireless Web

ntel introduced a set of chips yesterday that promises to make wireless Internet access a standard feature on laptops and to untie computer users from power outlets and telephone jacks. At news conferences in cities around the globe, Intel presented its new Centrino chips, designed to allow mobile computer users at home and in more public places to go on the Internet via radio waves. “It’s going to give a kick to the industry,” Intel’s chief executive, Craig Barrett, said in New York. “This is really — after 20 years of talking about it — the most tangible evidence” of the convergence of computing and communications, he said. Full Story

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