Yahoo! News Canada - Even faster wireless networks coming on stream


(27-Oct-10) Canadian Press; MONTREAL - Way faster and smoother, too.

High-def streaming of movies, full-screen video chatting and multi-player gaming — all on smartphones, computer tablets and other devices — will be snappier on new wireless network technology when it becomes widely adopted.

Wireless carriers around the world, including Canada's Rogers, Bell and Telus, are moving toward a technology called Long-Term Evolution, or LTE, that ramps up the speeds and capabilities of their networks.

In 2012, the technology will go mainstream and will provide a wireless Internet experience that's equivalent to a home Internet experience, said PC Magazine analyst Sascha Segan.

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