3rd generation has speed, doubters

Roush, Matt
August 2001
Crain's Detroit Business;8/20/2001, Vol. 17 Issue 35, p14
Focuses on the technological innovations of wireless communication systems in the United States. Removal of Web site data due to Internet ready phones transmission system; Development of video streaming for faster data transfer through phones and computers; Implementation of the next generation hardware and software into the system.


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