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Will wireless providers benefit from smartphone market’s ‘device exhaustion’?

News | 08/28/2013 9:11 pm EDT

When smartphones first became available, they were groundbreaking and innovative because they brought together the functions of previously separate devices—cameras and GPS, telephones and computers—into one.

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