Thursday, May 21, 2009

Bundled data services grow


Wireless data services are now being offered now more than ever due to the growth in portable/mobile personal technologies being developed recently.
These include the Dell Mini which runs on the AT&T network via a branded data card, Amazon's Kindle also took a piece of this action by allowing their trend-setting e-book reader to run off Sprint's wireless data network. Verizon also has stakes in this area as they offer the HP Mini to run off of their wireless data network.
The "Mini" computers refer to netbooks, which are light weight computers that doesn't require as much as a regular laptop (some have no removable disc drives to make it more lightweight and portable).

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