Dell, Sony to add WiMAX to laptops; Research shows most folks use their wireless data card at home

> Intel revealed during its annual Intel Developer Forum that Dell and Sony have joined the list of Asus, Acer, Toshiba, Lenovo and Panasonic as laptop makers planning to ship laptops with WiMAX modules, including Intel's WiFi-WiMAX module. No word on a shipping date. Article

> ABI Research says that the CDMA market may be overshadowed by hype surrounding UMTS/HSPA, but CDMA operators are continuing to upgrade their networks to provide capacity for more bandwidth-intensive data services as well as increased network traffic. Article

> Packet One, a 2.3GHz mobile WiMAX licence holder in Peninsular Malaysia, has become the first operator in the country to launch commercial WiMAX services. Article

> Verizon CTO: Net neutrality clouds engineering needs. Article

And Finally... Many people aren't leaving home when it comes to accessing the Internet using a wireless data card, according to a new report by Nielsen Mobile. Article

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