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It can be done in silicon, claims CEO

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Whether people are accessing their Web appliances in Canada, Japan, Korea, Europe or even the US is not imporant, the CEO of Intel said today. Responding to a question about whether wireless standards and wireless standard committees are or are not important, Intel CEO Craig Barrett, at a Dow Jones conference held in West London early today, said it can be done in silicon. Barrett said that while GSM was probably a major standard, future implementations in silicon "would sense" where your mobile was, and connect, thus delivering your email, et al. ®

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