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Simon Perkins
19 MAY 2005

Wi-fi And WiMax Promising Untethered Opportunities

Cynthia Karena (The Sydney Morning Herald)
... [Dr Stephen Giugni from CSIRO believes that] as wi–fi and WiMax and other wireless technologies arise, broadband delivery to mobile devices will mean roaming, portability, the ability to watch movies, check email, video–conferencing – all the things we are now tied to with PCs – available in an untethered environment. We're only really limited by our imaginations.

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