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goafrit
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re: Qualcomm's Gobi to provide HP with 3G laptop connectivity
goafrit   12/19/2011 1:59:58 PM
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Qualcomm is having its best days so far. This company has become an innovation engine and it creating new opportunities daily

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re: Qualcomm's Gobi to provide HP with 3G laptop connectivity
pixies   12/18/2011 5:53:44 PM
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What's the point? Nowadays wherever you can sit down and use a laptop you pretty much have free wi-fi. Just check out the number of people who opted out the 3G on the iPad.

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re: Qualcomm's Gobi to provide HP with 3G laptop connectivity
masimons   12/16/2011 6:32:46 PM
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May have been a plan 7yrs ago, but too little too late now. I'm a stockholder Qualcomm, save our money. Sprint isn't doing too hot either. Maybe if it came out on HP and Dell on 4G, but geesh.



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