Marvel at the wonders of 3G! Up in Canada, cellphone provider Rogers will be the first carrier in North America to let its users make video calls. This high bandwidth activity is made possible by the company’s shiny new HSDPA network. Rogers also plans to use all this extra bandwidth (current HSDPA speeds range from 1.8Mbits/s to 14.4Mbits/s) to funnel to its subscribers the weekly top 50 YouTube videos. Now you can watch Carl Rove control the mic while on-the-go!
Meanwhile, those of us in the U.S. are still waiting for some sort of decent 3G network. Meh, cellphones are a fad anyway.