Open Networks Could Spark a Gadget Boom
Andrew York ordered his Kindle after getting stuck waiting at the Washington Dulles International Airport over Thanksgiving weekend with no books to read. The physics graduate student didn't want to buy another paperback that would collect dust at his already cramped apartment in College Park, Md. And paying for a Wi-Fi connection on top of the cost to download an electronic book to his laptop seemed like a waste of money.
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