Connectivity and The Wireless Revolution. Gabriela Rodriguez California State University, Fresno Computer Applications in Communication 165 September 9, 2005.
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California State University, Fresno
Computer Applications in Communication 165
September 9, 2005
“Join the Revolution…surf anywhere in your home without wires…break free from the tyranny and restricting confines of wires and experience the freedom of wireless networking”~www.BestBuy.com
Encompasing idea of Connectivity and the Wireless Revolution
Note rhetorical use of words
Why are they important?
Presentation will focus specifically on two products of technology (1) the computer and (2) the cell phone
What is The Wireless Revolution?
(1) 70 million cell phones in 1998 (“No Blues for Bluetooth”)
(2) 129-200million phones in 2005 (“No Blues for Bluetooth”)
(2) July 20003 through June 2004 (12 months), there reeked a profit of $95 billion in service revenues in the mobile phone industry (Gross, 2005)
(3)21 million new customers add every 12 months (Gross, 2005)
(“No Blues for Bluetooth..”
(“No Blues for Bluetooth”)
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