Nokia, Intel dump HSDPA laptop

NOKIA and Intel had scrapped a joint plan to develop an HSDPA module for notebook computers. "We have, together with Intel, cancelled the HSDPA module cooperation in the form we formerly announced," Nokia spokeswoman Eija-Riitta Huovinen said.

The Finnish firm had announced last September it was working with Intel on the HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) module, which would help notebook computer users find the best wireless connections. "We are still looking at the HSDPA module case from a technological point of view, but no decisions have been made on commercialising it," Ms Huovinen said.

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