Wireless network


Yet another source of cellphone-type radiation is likely to be upon us soon as computer giants Intel, IBM and Toshiba begin work with cellphone makers Ericsson and Nokia to create a wireless computer networking system. The cellular radio system, dubbed Bluetooth, allows computers and printers to communicate at speeds of up to 721 kilobits per second. The developers have waived rights to patents on the technology—due on the market in 1999—to ensure it is widely adopted,
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