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One-third of U.S. Net surfers have gone wireless

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  1. temi

    temi Facilitator Webmaster

    One-third of U.S. Internet users have connected to the Web using a wireless network to send e-mails, check the latest news or read other things, according to a survey released on Sunday by the Pew Internet Project.

    The survey also found that 20 percent of Internet users now have wireless networks available at home, double the number recorded in January 2005.

    "We know that 'always on' broadband connections really deepen people's relationship to the Internet; adding 'on the go' to the mix takes this a step further," said John Horrigan, associate research director at the Pew Internet Project. "The convenience of wireless access gives people the chance to fire off a quick e-mail to someone while waiting in a doctor's office or check the news headlines on the way to work."

    full story: One-third of U.S. Net surfers have gone wireless | Tech News on ZDNet

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