If Apple had *really* wanted to be revolutionary
Wednesday, July 04, 2007 by Dave Winer.
I wrote about this earlier this year. As I talk with people from home on my iPhone it seems so silly. The place is saturated with wifi bandwidth, and the device uses it, for everything but telephone calls.
6/15/07: "You gotta wonder why Apple went with such old, expensive, customer-hostile and likely obsolete technology."
And then I read this article by David Pogue in today's Times saying that T-Mobile introduced a phone last week, in the middle of all the iPhone euphoria, that routes phone calls over wifi if a signal is present.