The acronym GPRS stands for General Packet Radio Service, and refers to a packet-switching technology that enables data transfers through cellular networks. Used for mobile internet, MMS and other data communications, this technology is also known as 2.5, being a development of the 2G technology but not reaching the standards for 3G. With 3G and 4G becoming more and more used, has GPRS come to and end?
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Cellular? PCS? GSM? Gprs? Cdma? Bluetooth? 802.11b? The standards battle for mobile wireless networks continues. So what will future wireless networks that are capable of providing true broadband connectivity...
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