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This article tries to make Nokia out to be savvy, but they sound a bit flighty: Nokia is focused its laser beam—everywhere. On 3G cellular, on Wi-Fi, and mobile WiMax. The company is right to do so, but it’s a little scattershot in this description of the growing data side of their handset and communicator business. Nokia has committed to including Wi-Fi on all new higher-end devices, but the article notes that some devices have “eight radios and antennas”—more likely bands and chips—to support GSM and 3G worldwide along with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
Posted by Glennf at September 26, 2005 1:12 PM
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