One of the key trends we've been following is the development of WiLife, or wireless living. Technologies such as WiFi and Bluetooth are freeing us from fixed locations and driving...

One of the key trends we’ve been following is the development of WiLife, or wireless living. Technologies such as WiFi and Bluetooth are freeing us from fixed locations and driving mobility and behavior change.

Much of the early development has seen the gradual freedom for the professional to work from cafe to hotel to plane to office, but 2007 should see WiFi drive social and leisure change too.

Many neighborhoods in the US are now speckled with WiFi hotspots from people’s own homes. Residents are opting for a wireless router that frees them from a PC tower and home-office desk so that they can use their computer from room to room, house to garden.

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