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> For the first time, more people bought laptops than desktops (52 percent to 48 percent) during the week ending November 26, according to Current Analysis. Report

> UWB chips tops gigabit speeds. Article

> Proponents of UWB and WiMax are interested in getting their wireless products incorporated into UMA technology. Report

> Packet analyzer Narus signed an agreement with VeriSign to allow VeriSign to offer the entire suite of Narus' security, traffic analysis and lawful interception products. Article

And Finally... Two troubled technologies decided to get married in order to have a better future for both, but what do you know: Some of the problems which caused each to get into trouble to begin with now threaten to poison the marriage. Report

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