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3. Wireless Connectivity

Wi-Fi networks will stretch the boundaries of the office, and productivity. But standards and roaming technology snags will have to be hammered out before pervasive computing is, well, pervasive.

October 7, 2002

Brief: For about $3.00, you can get a hot cup of Gold Coast blend coffee at a Denver Starbucks. For about the same price, you can use your laptop or PDA to tap into T-Mobile USA's Wi-Fi hot spot, right from your cushy chair at the coffeehouse. Read more...

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