Device Boundaries Are Blurring

Chamberlain, David
March 2009
Portable Design;Mar/Apr2009, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p6
The article analyzes the emergence of the new mobile devices and how the consumers adopt them in the U.S. It states that cellular phones, personal entertainment and ultra-mobile computing devices are now crashing together in the market and require data connections across wireless network. The author stresses that network service providers are affected by the evolution of these devices as the public expect that connectivity is very accessible.


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