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Intel pushing 802.11n hard for notebooks - PCstats.com Intel pushing 802.11n hard for notebooks
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Are you going to jump on Windows Vista when it's released? Retailers certainly hope you do. Ooo expect 802.11n equipped notebooks by the end of the month. Misubishi plans to start mass producing lithium ion car batteries in 2010.

The car industry is abuzz with talk of the potential for plug-in hybrid cars, and lithium ion batteries are more compact than nickel metal hydride batteries, contributing to fuel efficiency.

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