Americans Want Better Wireless

The technology and products are out there, it just takes North America longer to catch on and adopt technologies from over seas.

Fifty-four percent of those surveyed want cordless headsets, while fifty percent want access to push-to-talk (PTT) connectivity, and over one-third would prefer improved personal information management (PIM) capabilities.

Eddie Tapiero, Wireless Device Strategies analyst and author of the report, comments, “Users are interested in true wireless connectivity, and they want it effortlessly. They want to connect with friends, family and colleagues using both wireless headsets and PTT. In addition, users would like the ability to synchronize calendars and scheduling applications and to connect to work resources without the need of base stations or wire lines. Current technologies, like Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, allow handsets to improve connectivity, thus we are likely to see OTA applications becoming more popular over the next couple of years.”

Read more at MobileMag