The Internet has become an ever more mobile beast.
Through iPhones, netbooks, Kindles, BlackBerries, Skiffs and other freshly evolved hosts, its appetite for bandwidth grows by the minute.
Google’s release into the wild of its homegrown Nexus One smartphone this week adds yet another data-hungry species to the mix and highlights how your pocket is the new desktop.
With such growth, however, comes a new scarcity.
“Smartphones have been so successful, they’ve created their own problem,” said Michael Nelson, analyst for Soleil Securities Group Inc.
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