Along with Intel's unwired day tomorrow comes a bit of marketing spam from all the companies involved. Here and there are some interesting bits of information though.
T-Mobile offered up a couple of somewhat useful tidbits. For example, users are spending on average 45 minutes per session. Which means that coffee shops may not have to worry about folks camping for hours once they get Wi-Fi.
T-Mobile also says that the number of unique users has increased by 400 percent since January. That's not the most useful figure without knowing how many users that amounts to but still indicates some growth.
The operator also came up with a slew of tallies for how many hotspots it has up and running. By the end of 2003, it hopes to have 4,000 in place.