Thanks for all your questions on the show today – certainly a lot of food for thought. Michael queried me about getting Wi-Fi while travelling overseas. The protocol he will need to use is 80211B, which will be suitable for emails and surfing the web. It should take about 30 seconds for a service to be found, and then you should be up and running.
Roger was wondering if using a PC with Skype on it might be a good way of communicating with his deaf mother because she hangs up the phone the wrong way around or does similar things. I think it would be a great way to communicate, and Barry also had the idea of using a fax – something that is hard to ignore.
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Nokia N86 A caller from a couple of weeks ago, Deborah, stated that her son’s Xbox had the horrible red ring of death. I told her that Microsoft would honour the warranty even if it had run out because they agreed a while back to extend warranties for this particular problem. And boy, did the folks and Microsoft come to the party – not only did they repair her son’s Xbox, but they also repaired her other son’s Xbox, who was in no way covered by a warranty, for free! Well done Microsoft. Finally, I talked about the new Samsung HDICON, which I have already mentioned on my blog. A great little phone that has probably set the standard for all those that are about to follow as far as high-definition video on a mobile phone.