HTC Touch gets 3G, loses Wi-Fi

Not that I'm wanting to harp on about public Wi-Fi's wobbly business case too much, but the latest news from Windows Mobile manufacturer HTC should raise an eyebrow or two.The company's just announced the sequel to the Touch (a.

Not that I'm wanting to harp on about public Wi-Fi's wobbly business case too much, but the latest news from Windows Mobile manufacturer HTC should raise an eyebrow or two.

The company's just announced the sequel to the Touch (a.k.a. the iPh*ne-killer) and, interestingly, the new handset will have HSDPA (a new addition to the range) but - unlike the Touch - no Wi-Fi. Question is, is this purely an aesthetic thing (helps the phone slim down) or can we deduce another rationale? As I've suggested before, 3G and its variants seem to be reaching the parts that public Wi-Fi doesn't...