Wireless goes to school

Dano, Mike
April 2001
RCR Wireless News;4/16/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 16, p6
Trade Publication
Uncovers the move of wireless telecommunication companies to tap the school market in the United States. Benefits of wireless technology to students and schools; Information on the TI-Navigator, a computer system which aids students learning designed by the Texas Instruments company; Affordable computing infrastructure offered by the MindSurf Networks company; Reason for schools' investment in wireless technology.


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