Have we gone completely barking mobile mad?

Chan, Tony
October 2007
Wireless Asia;Oct/Nov2007, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p34
The author reflects on wireless communication systems in Asia. He highlights the capability of the systems in detecting and selecting the best connection to access the Internet, as well as their vital role in market competition and technology differentiation. The author also questions the practicality of having many communication networks on a single device and the ability of the telecommunication industry to remain profitable in the present environment.


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