The MIT Tech Review suggests that while more than half of U.S. households now have a DVD player, a wireless phone, and Internet access; still, only about one-quarter of homes...

The MIT Tech Review suggests that while more than half of U.S. households now have a DVD player, a wireless phone, and Internet access; still, only about one-quarter of homes have broadband. They believe this is limitation is impeding the proliferation of digital media.

Maybe they’re looking at the wrong technology, PSFK wonders. Digital life doesn’t have to come to us through a cable in the ground. See what’s happening in Europe with 3G.

Over in Europe, Mobile operators expect 3G uptake to pass 50% penetration by 2010, with MMS revenues expected to soar. JupiterResearch forecasts that there will be 184 million subscribers with 3G multimedia handsets in Europe in 2010, up from 5.1 million in 2004.

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