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Will mobile phones go back to school?

reconsider their objections to mobile technology and embrace it for learning.

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Vindigo Studios (DEMO alumnus) today launched Vindigo Traffic, a personalized traffic service for wireless subscribers. The service automatically sends text alerts and other continuously updated information to a mobile device, including features such as the estimated wait time for traffic jams,......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 08/24/04


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