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U.S. risks third-world status in key technology

After nearly three weeks traveling throughout Europe, I can't help making the obvious comparisons between technology implementations in the U.S. and in various European countries.

I've written before about Wi-Fi. In the U.S., you can hop onto a Wi-Fi network just about anywhere, and there is relative good will about sharing bandwidth. Here in Europe, with a ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 03/27/06


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