Marketing in Wireless Context
Keywords:Marketing, Internet, Wireless, Wireless Technologies, Mobile Communications, Industrial Age, Information Age, Convergence
The first-generation mobile computing enabled analogue voice and no data, the second-generation enabled digital voice and some data the third-generation will enable digital voice and high-speed data, the fourth-generation should enable IP based voice and multimedia data. Then fifth-generation will involve all of the above, but the devices (as we know them) will begin to disappear and computing and communications should start making a leap to invisible or ubiquitous computing.
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