Monday, March 17, 2003
Paul Boutin has the scoop on Centrino, with two Slate articles on the subject: "Stop the Clock" and "Intel Outside." Says Boutin, "If personal computers were the first stage of the digital revolution and the Internet the second, then Wi-Fi is the third stage, letting you take your computer and the 'Net wherever you go." TechTV is excited about Centrino too, though not so much about the 802.11b card component: "Does it mean Centrino is better in the wireless world than other non-Intel wireless cards? We're not convinced quite yet." Bonus links: Doc Searls answers Paul's questions about World of Ends via email, and David Weinberger does so by blog. And yet another bonus link: Intel's hotspot finder.
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