Internet.com – As wireless standards and technologies proliferate, chipset manufacturers are competing to give consumers all-in-one technologies that will make the wireless alphabet soup invisible to the end user. Texas Instruments is working on a particularly ambitious product that seeks to unify wireless standards from Bluetooth to CDMA2000.
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