Associated Press

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Security hole exposes utilities to Internet attack
Attackers could gain control of critical utilities because of a vulnerability in the software that runs some of those facilities. Go to full story... ...
FCC must study bird-tower collisions
Preservationists and policy makers agree that the FCC must address bird-tower collisions. Go to full story... ...
Sprint Nextel to cut jobs, close shops
Sprint Next plans to cut 4,000 jobs and close 125 retail locations. Go to full story... ...
Private funds sought for safety network
The nation’s emergency communication system is inadequate, and the government has come up with a solution—a nationwide wireless broadband network that will operate on a highly valuable portion of the publicly owned airwaves. Go to full story... ...
Cities struggle with wireless Internet
A $3 million plan to blanket Lompoc, Calif., with a wireless Internet system fell short of expectations. Go to full story... ...
City takes to WiFi
Cities nationwide are investing in WiFi systems to support city services. Go to full story... ...
State buying $1 million in new communications equipment
Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell announced the state will spend $1 million on interoperable, radio communications equipment. Go to full story... ...
Bill to create statewide wireless network passed
The S.C. state assembly has approved a bill that calls for statewide wireless Internet service. Go to full story... ...
Cell phones lack reliable location tracking for 911 emergencies
A new report from the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials International questions the reliability of wireless E911 services. Go to full story... ...
London financial district goes wireless
London’s financial district has gone wireless using Wi-Fi technology. Go to full story... ...
Police investigating attack on Moorhead’s wireless service
Police in Moorhead, Minn., are investigating a possible attack on the city’s wireless Internet service. Go to full story... ...

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