AT&T was announced as a big winner in the FCC Auction of frequency for next generation wireless services, and with AT&T expecting to deliver AT&T 3G services to nearly 350 major U.S. markets by the end of the year, they are already planning for the years ahead when our bandwidth needs are greater and more digital mobile services are in use.
With broadband speeds in the hundreds of Megabits – this is no slow connection and promises much for the future of wireless.
Once upon a time, video camcorders used to be the size of a full-grown African elephant. Well maybe not, but without question, they were big, bulky and cumbersome to carry around. They were heavy, and to a certain degree, their innate design features made them difficult to control and manipulate. Plus, they made use of an analog tape medium, which, without proper caring techniques, got dirty and moldy after being kept for some time in storage. Thankfully, you donâ€™t have to endure all those problems anymore. Technology has made video camcorders, the popular little media devices they are today. And that is none more evident than in the case of the Pure Digital Technologies Flip Video Ultra.