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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileWe had pretty much given up hope that the IEEE would ever approve wireless N the latest version of the 802.11 wireless networking standard. But word has reached us via arstechnica that the second draft of wireless N was approved yesterday, putting us all a little closer to a final draft, expected in 2008.Wireless N has been a bit of a headache for the technology industry because of repeated delays in approving the final draft of the new standard for Wi Fi chips and routers. Companies that wanted to crank out faster and more robust Wi Fi technology jumped on the first draft of standards, which in some cases led to potential communication problems between different versions of the pre N technology.But in January heavy hitters like Intel and Apple finally got tired of waiting for the final draft and announced they were coming out with their own wireless N tech.

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There has been some progress. There has been progress on extreme poverty, mainly because of progress in Asia, but also in Latin America. You have made progress, very substantive progress in several areas in many individual countries in Latin America.

Now the pendulum is swinging the other way.”As Fried notes, the Wall Street Journal’s personal technology columnist Walt Mossberg tackled craplets (alas, without mentioning the CBC) in a recent column about PC Decrapifier software that aims to scrub PCs clean of craplets (as previously mentioned on the Gizmodo blog).Inevitably, Fried also mentions Apple’s latest Get a Mac commercial that takes potshots at Windows machines: Stuffed had us chuckling sadly at the (shaded) truth of its message as PC Guy John Hodgman explained his pain.”It’s all this trial software, they pack my hard drive full of it all these programs that don’t do very much unless you buy the whole thing are just plain useless. It really slows me down.”Posted: 2007/04/27 at 6:27 PMNothing quite like formatting a fresh hard drive and doing a clean OS installation, only to have to spend a good half hour removing all the trial software, ISP adverts, and such that came inconveniently bundled in the software CDs of my laptop.Personally, I’m thinking buying a full box version of Windows would be better than these cheaper ad filled OEM versions. Too bad I don’t have hundreds of dollars to cough up.

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