By The Numbers

April 2007
Wireless Week;4/1/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p42
Trade Publication
The article presents statistics related to wireless communication. The earnings reported by the worldwide community of BREW publishers and developers from the sale of BREW applications and services since the first commercial deployment of BREW services in November 2001 was $1 billion. Juniper Research predicted that mobile gambling will grow from $1.35 billion in 2006 to $16.6 billion by 2011. The global market for mobile computing in 2011 will be $88.9 billion.


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