"The Banias platforms themselves will actually include the CPU, it will include Intel chip sets and it will also include Intel radios. And so we think the time for wireless has come where we would like to encourage pretty much every Banias notebook to include that wireless capability. And in partnership with that we're also investing in many wireless places where you can go connect to. So having wireless on the notebook as well as having places in the public where you can use your wireless capabilities." But one of the big problems from the consumer's point of view is cost. How many subscriptions for wireless access would you be willing to pay for? T-Mobile has been creating hot spots in Star Bucks shops and elsewhere. Boingo, a company started by the founder of Earthlink has been creating its own networks. And there are others. MacDonald says the answer could be roaming agreements similar to the ones that allow wireless phones to work outside of home service areas. Bloomberg Boot Camp, I'm Fred Fishkin.