Ciciora, Walter S.
October 2008
CED;Oct2008, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p38
Trade Publication
The author comments on the particular function of wireless communication networks that offer the use of electronic mail, web browsing, and access to search engines on a cell phone. He cites the importance of these advanced tools in dealing with everyday life in business and family communication. The author also describes the local cable system which delivers local news and weather forecasts, which is now available in a cell phone.


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