Usage Disputes Early Perceptions Of LBS

Wickham, Rhonda
September 2003
Wireless Week;9/15/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 19, p10
Trade Publication
Discusses the findings of the study "The Emergence of Context: A Survey of Mobile Net User Behavior," by Philip Sidel and Glenn Mayhew about subscribers' interaction with wireless Internet and location-based services. Statistics on wireless devices ownership and wireless Internet use in Japan; Investigation on the locations where subscribers most used the wireless Internet; Applicability of the behavior observations in Japan with the U.S.


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