I am a character in a best-selling video game that I can't even begin to figure out how to play. Computers and technology hate me. It's the only way I can explain my apparent technological ineptitude. Certainly, it can't be me. Recently, I went into a cell phone store for a repair. By the time I left, I had been sold Internet access, photo messaging, text messaging and the ability to get video news and sports highlights. I love all of this stuff that I really don't need and probably will never be able to figure out how to use. I may not know how to use all of this technology, but I understand investment opportunities; the world is going wireless and it is dragging people like me with it. The two stocks I have on deck today are prime examples of the near future in a wireless world. I believe land line phone companies are dead, they just don't know it yet. They are the eight-tracks trying to compete with CDs. Voice-over-Internet-protocol (VoIP) and cell phones have leapfrogged the land line providers' technology. Wireless is the next generation that will replace broadband, and it will soon be here.