Can the U.S. be the wireless innovation leader?

At conventions and trade shows companies often disparage the U.S. for being "behind the times" when it comes to wireless technology.  Devices and applications that skyrocketed to popularity in Asia and Europe were often slow to take off here in the states. But now the competitive balance is shifting and the U.S.--thanks in part to companies like Google and Apple--is starting to lead the way in wireless innovation. The U.S. has surpassed Europe in terms of 3G subscribers and U.S. consumers are flocking to smartphones. Article

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