If Intel has its way, Bluetooth will be a dead technology by the end of 2005. Intel’s pushing hard for a new wireless USB standard, called WUSB. The goal is to design a wireless standard that’s faster and more reliable than Bluetooth. The faster part is the key. WUSB is being set up as a counterpart to 802.11, handling the device to device transfers WiFi doesn’t cover; like the movement of audio and video files between PCs and cameras, MP3 players and the like.
The IBM ThinkPad R51 and R50e were quietly announced by IBM last week. Now leaks are appearing on the web of an IBM ThinkPad T42 May release that will have the new Intel Pentium M Dothan processor.
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