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Association sites about the wireless industry.
Submit sites covering Bluetooth technology.
Bluetooth wireless technology is a de facto standard, as well as a specification for small-form factor, low-cost, short-range radio links between mobile PCs, mobile phones and other portable devices, even home appliances. It enables users to connect a wide range of computing and telecommunications devices easily and simply, without the need to buy, carry, or connect cables. It delivers opportunities for rapid ad hoc connections, and the possibility of automatic, unconscious, connections between devices.
Please include descriptions of all mobile satellite communication vehicles.
If you are a manufacturer or supplier of equipment please submit your site to the Satellite Equipment category. If your site is designed to sell directly to the consumer market please submit your site to the Shopping category. If you are a supplier of communication software please submit your site to the Wireless Software category. We also have categories in our Arts and Science sections which deal specifically with TV broadcasting and Science issues.
Please only submit sites relating to securing wireless networks to this category.

Sites that offer products or services that secure networks in a specific area should be submitted to the appropriate area in the Regional category.

Sites relating to Wardriving should be submitted to Computers: Hacking: Wardriving.

Sites providing information on the practice of securing, and information on security of wireless networks. Wireless networks (or wireless LANs) are becoming more popular in homes around the world, and therefore there is more opportunity for hackers to steal information from your wireless networks now then there ever was. Securing your wireless network is essential, and the sites here will be able to help you in this practice.
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