By The Numbers

March 2009
Wireless Week;3/1/2009, Vol. 14 Issue 20, p26
Trade Publication
The article discusses major happenings from the telecommunication industry of the U.S. According to a report, 94 percent of corporate developers in the U.S. expect that the development of wireless enterprise applications will either increase or remain the same in 2009. AdMob, a mobile advertising marketplace provider, states that the use of Wi-Fi to access the mobile Internet is expected to rise in the U.S. A research report states that mobile television market is getting popular in the U.S.


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