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Readers respond - Imagining the possibilities

What a difference a week makes. In last week's issue, I noted that while wireless communications were about to get dramatically better, data services for mobile phones were still rather uninspired. For all the hype around mobile data services, we were pretty much wallowing in news, sports, and weather - the fare that was easier and cheaper to receive on the car radio than on the mobile phone.
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Full article >>> your mobile phone to identify your proximity to other game players and clues. Experiments with these types of games have been played out in the U.K. and Netherlands, Harling notes - and I can tell you that you can expect to see them in the U.S. before long, too.

These are a few of the ideas that are in the works. Still, from my mail I can tell you that most people want one thing: reliabl......

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DEMOmobile 2004

The search is under way to find the 50 products that will launch at DEMOmobile 2004, September 8-10, 2004, in La Jolla, California. DEMOmobile is a high-visibility launch platform that will set your company on the path to success. It's the best venue for positioning new mobile and wireless products and establishing strategic relationships with the players......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 08/02/04


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