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Motorola might be taking it on the chin in the public perception sweepstakes, but the company seems to be convincing some pretty powerful people to use their gear. The latest to take Motorola’s offer is the Swiss Guard at the Vatican. bq. The electronics giant has […]

Motorola might be taking it on the chin in the public perception sweepstakes, but the company seems to be convincing some pretty powerful people to use their gear. The latest to take Motorola’s offer is the Swiss Guard at the Vatican.

bq. The electronics giant has provided the one hundred guards with laptops and personal digital assistants with wi-fi (wireless computer networking technology), enabling them to prevent vehicles with unauthorised number plates getting into the grounds of the city state. The guards are guinea pigs in a trial for possible use of wi-fi in other situations.

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