September 4, 2005 in Business

Coming Monday

The Spokesman-Review
 

A wireless broadband technology called WiMax could be an affordable way to bring the Internet to poor and rural areas worldwide — or not.

WiMax has long been touted as a way to open up the Internet to everyone, not just those who have access to high-speed service over telephone or cable lines. So far, however, it hasn’t moved much beyond trials and carefully scripted demonstrations.

Read more about the promise of WiMax in Technology Monday.

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