WiMAX less popular than powered exoskeletons
WiMAX wireless, as we were discussing in the office just the other day, has so far proved as popular in the UK as a Gary Glitter comeback tour.
And now, courtesy of a particularly peculiar piece of research from BT, we have the stats to prove it. When BT asked more than 2,000 adults which technology they would like to have access to by 2012, WiMAX came below H20-powered cars, powered exoskeletons, On-demand access to media on any device, and a robot cleaner, registering interest with only 13% of respondents.
Personally, I’m hoping for a broadband connection that gets even close to the up to 8Mb/sec promised on the tin. The powered exoskeleton is probably a more realistic proposition.
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