(n). the morass of specifications in electronic and technological media that must be untangled in order to receive, utilize, and coordinate all possible information. Includes, but is not limited to, cable, satelite, 3G, Internet, wifi, landlines, pod casting, gaming stations, digital tuning, gps and the like.
AT&T coordiates phone and wireless services; however, one would need a separate company to purchase cable. A WII can interface with the Internet, but can not be serviced by AT&T that offers wireless itself. Neither Charter, nor Comcast, nor Verizon, nor AT&T can bundle all of these together leaving customers to untangle the vines of bills and service calls in the Technojungle.
by Laura Spawn March 21, 2009
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