Wireless Technology

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Wireless technology
In this chapter, it discusses the Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology. With the development of technology, connecting to Internet become more and more simply. Internet has become a necessary part of our daily social life. Wireless technology refers to the transfer of information between two or more points that are not physically connect, such as GPS units, wireless computer mice or headsets. As we know, wireless benefits our daily life a lot, such as mobile phone, Wi-Fi, 4G networks on handle PC. It is very strong right now. Internet services are communication tools.  Options such as e-mail, instant messaging, newsgroups, and the World Wide Web are available to us in the business world.  E-mail allows messaging in between computers, with the capabilities of sending to multiple users and forwarding certain items.   E-mail has provided businesses a cheaper form of communication compared to postal services or fax machines, and this form is far more rapid than the older forms.  Although e-mail is a more cost effective form of communication available to businesses, now companies must invest in systems and methods of screening work placed e-mails.  These screening systems can sometimes be complex and become a major cost to organizations. Telecommunications refers to the use of electronic technology in the transmission of information between different locations. Telecommunications, including different kinds of long-distance communication, such as radio, telegraph, television, telephone, data communications and computer network communications. Wireless telecommunications refers to the transfer of information between two or more points that are not physically connected. I searched the Internet to find the newest news about wireless was the competition that AT&T and Verizon need. Verizon Wireless and AT&T Inc. dominate the market for wireless data as a duopoly, together accounting for more than two-thirds of all U.S....
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