Atheros Wireless N for Smartphones Actually Uses Less Power Than Slowass G

Wireless N in cellphones, it's happening next year: Atheros's AR6003 802.11n/Bluetooth chip for cellphones is tiny, has serious range and uses less power than their current wireless G chip, which is in the Zune HD. It'll hit phones around the second half of next year. Such a long wait. [PC Mag] » 11/02/09 10:36am 11/02/09 10:36am

Fonera 2 Router Upgraded With 802.11n, Support for YouTube, Flickr, Facebook, Others

FON has done some elective surgery on their Fonera 2 router, released just a few months ago with NAS, 3G and BitTorrent support. On top of those previous upgrades, the newest version includes 802.11n connectivity, web app upload support and reduced power usage. But first: What the hell is Fonera? » 7/14/09 5:29am 7/14/09 5:29am