The Wi-Fi alliance has invested some more of its contributor's money in a public Wi-Fi cheering session. They hired a research firm that surveyed 551 Americans, asking them about their perceptions of the wireless networking technology.
The surveyors came armed with intelligent questions: "So, Sir, if you would have to give up your Wi-Fi network or your iPod, which one would you rather loose?"
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