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Microsoft Wireless OS On New Path

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Late to the smart-phone operating system game and eager to make up ground in the United States

New Age Librarian

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Images ... Sound ... Text ... Video. How can your customers manage all of that data? Welcome to the Dewey Decimal System of the future.

Why Pen and Paper Is Still the Pervasive PDA

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Thinque, others realize rigid applications aren't timesavers, because mobile users need flexibility

Fast Breaks Newsfront: February 26, 2001

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Today, it begins again. Microsoft will ask a panel of seven judges to reverse U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson's order to split the company and declare his finding that the company violated antitrust laws null and void.

Waiting For a 3G Go

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U.S. wireless operators watch Europe

eFiles: February 26, 2001

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Just 7 percent of u.s. adults say they or someone in their households use Internet services accessed via a mobile phone

HP Tries to Connect With Wireless Devices

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Carving itself a more obvious niche in the wireless space, Hewlett-Packard Co. has launched a business organization focused on handheld devices

WASPs Have Buzz, Sting Is Uncertain

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Wireless ASPs jump into a market where other ASPs have failed.

A Bestseller in My Book

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The institute of electrical and Electronics Engineers released the seventh edition of the "Authoritative Dictionary of IEEE Standards Terms"

Marketers Targeting Mobile Buyers

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Plain-text promotional messages are transmitted to opt-in recipients

Sending Out Strong Signals

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Wireless vendors team with solutions providers for sales help.

Fast Facts Matrix: February 12, 2001

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Google last week announced that it acquired Deja.com's Usenet discussion service, an archive of 500 million messages that dates back to 1995.

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