Wireless Technology

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The latest new passion is wireless, with entrepreneurs and investors hoping to turn risk capital into certain revenue. The hot new technology provides more mobility than a PC and promises to put your life in the palm of your hand, but its large awkward devises and poor readability have proved to be major drawbacks. Is it just more gadgetry, or will it enrich people's lives? We consider what wireless offers consumers of the near and distant future, with a venture capitalist, a technology reporter, the "minister of culture" for a communication network aimed at teens, and others.
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Warren Olney