"It makes sense to bring additional coverage to high-traffic areas," Schaeffer said. Representatives for Sprint PCS, T-Mobile and Cingular Wireless had no comment Tuesday about any plans for indoor cellular coverage. Jaimee Vetter, a spokeswoman for RadioFrame Networks, said the growth of indoor wireless networking using Wi-Fi, or 802.11b, is helping in the push. More than 6 million businesses have added Wi-Fi--which creates a 300-foot radius area where devices can transfer files wirelessly--into their offices. That's forced their information technology departments to take a new look at their indoor wireless coverage in general.
"People are doing a lot more 802.11, so they are looking doing their in-building wireless coverage," Vetter said, "They want to take advantage of the opportunity to launch a wireless network and improve their indoor coverage.", Bad or nonexistent indoor cellular coverage is one of the major complaints from cell phone users--so property owners are taking matters into their own hands, The latest example was Tuesday, when the case-mate mood iphone x colour changing case reviews owners of Rockefeller Center in New York announced that they spent an undisclosed amount of cash to improve cellular coverage inside the centers' shops and restaurants, which are visited by up to 60,000 people a day..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Verizon Wireless this week will unveil the first GPS (Global Positioning System) phone for its new high-speed cell phone network, sources said Monday. The phone, the Samsung A310, will be sold for $250, and a $50 rebate will be offered, according to sources. A Verizon Wireless representative declined to comment. Verizon Wireless sells other GPS phones, but only the A310 will work on its Express Network, a high-speed cell phone network Verizon Wireless built using advanced versions of Qualcomm's CDMA (code division multiple access) technology.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Silicon.com's Will Sturgeon reported from London, To read the full story, visit Silicon.com, Sky Digital and U.K, telecom company Thus have launched an SMS (short message service) that will enable users case-mate mood iphone x colour changing case reviews to send and receive text messages via their television sets, Sky customers can already send text messages from their digital set top boxes, but the new service will enable cell phone users to reply to the messages and viewers to receive SMS via their television..
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