David Haskin

David Haskin is editor of Computerworld's online Mobile/Wireless channel. Intimately involved with technology since the early 1980s, he has been a technology journalist for many key print and Web publications for the last 16 years, specializing in wireless and mobile computing. Global Mobile

How the wireless spectrum auction could change your life

The auction of the 700MHz spectrum could significantly change the mobile and wireless landscape in the United States

Portrait of a Linux iPhone-killer wannabe

FIC's Neo 1973 phone, based on the company's new OpenMoko platform, sports an iPhone-like touchscreen

Is 802.11n ready for the enterprise?

The latest draft of the 802.11n wireless LAN standard looks to be enterprise-ready, but many businesses are wary about buying pre-standard equipment

Will DRM-free music threaten iTunes?

So far, Apple has been able to dominate the online music market, but with CRM fading away, the field could be wide open for new competitors

The seven top mobile and wireless trends for '07

The top wireless trends that will emerge in 2007 -- cheap smartphones and WiMax -- wouldn't be possible without the two biggest stories of 2006

The cloudy future of mobile Linux

Is Linux is on the brink of becoming a key platform for smart phones? Not so fast

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