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Memorial Day marks the starting gate to summer. It is the harbinger of picnics and beach parties and family vacations. The fashion-conscious know that from now until Labor Day white shoes are "in." The workday gets a little shorter. Kids are out of school. In short, it is the season to relax.

For most folks.

For me, the "white shoe season" is a mad dash to DEMOmobile. It's 90 day......

Full article >>> he old approach, which was an attempt to make enterprise applications work on devices. Now, whether you are mobile or at your desk, you will have access to the appropriate tools and functions to do the work at hand.

2. Mobile data services will become more interesting. Forget news, sports, weather, and traffic. That's information you can get "on the eights" on just about any AM talk radio......

Full article >>> te: when users say they can't tell the difference between the offerings on the market. For the past two years, start-ups and established players alike have been slugging it out in myriad venues to show the value proposition in choosing a particular wireless LAN architecture. By all accounts, Network World's Wireless LAN Showdown at CeBit America last week was no different. Cisco, Extreme, Airespac......

Full article >>> lead you to success. The conference's stringent selection process and excellent reputation serves as an endorsement for your product as it comes to market. DEMO events have helped companies like Palm, Handspring, IBM Pervasive Computing, Logitech, Mirra, Tapwave, Macromedia - even Microsoft - launch their products, create critical business relationships, and sell to thought-leading early adopter......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 06/01/04


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