WIRED vs. UNWIRED: A Split Identity?

Edwards, John
November 2000
Wireless Week;11/13/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 46, following p32
Trade Publication
Looks at potential applications of wireless Internet or Internet-enabled wireless communication devices. Examples of the technological and conceptual obstacles faced by wireless Internet; Internet shopping; Impact of the wireless Internet on instant messaging; Role of vehicle-mounted access systems in the future of wireless Internet.


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