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Internet node may come to class
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Wireless home nets need 802.11a
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Industrial market takes to the Net
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Dependable auto systems emerge
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Applying PC lessons to embedded
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The home becomes the network
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Factory network is out of the box
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In-car information systems tune in
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Wired Denver climbs to the next level
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Denver is "Plug & Play Ready," according to the Downtown Denver Partnership, an economic group promoting the city as a high-tech mountain Mecca
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