Wireless adoption in the real world

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Gearheads and tech pundits love new gadgets and technologies, and so sometimes they can have a distorted view of the industry: they can embrace and talk up some technologies that the rest of the world doesn't notice - or actively rejects. These links will take a look at some technologies in the WLAN, WWAN, and WPAN spaces and examine how - and if - the industry at large is really adopting wireless technologies.

Broadband adoption spurs home network ownership across various demographic groups

Type: Research

Source: In-Stat/MDR Is the enterprise ready for wireless data?

Type: Feature

Source: Fawcette.com Can 3G adoption gather pace?

Type: Feature

Source: IT-Analysis.com WLAN growth will drive PDA adoption

Type: Feature

Source: ITP.net Bluetooth seems finally to be hitting its stride

Type: Feature

Source: Electronic Buyers News IDC: Wi-Fi hype contrasts with reality

Type: News

Source: IDG News Service Report: Mobile e-mail the next killer app

Type: News

Source: VNUNet.com Failure to communicate will doom PDAs

Type: Research

Source: IDG News Service Report: 90 percent of notebook PCs WLAN-enabled by 2008

Type: News

Source: Europemedia.net 3G begins to gather momentum, but vexing issues remain

Type: News

Source: IDG News Service

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