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Microsoft Delves Into Mobile Data Distribution

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In a move to extend its reach over enterprise data to the mobile sphere, Microsoft Corp. last month released Mobile Information 2001 Server, which provides a promising framework for delivering networked resources and services to wireless devices.

Joining the PDA Fray

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Toshiba Corp. has entered the PDA market with the Genio e series, a family of handheld computers based on Microsoft Corp.'s Pocket PC platform.

Free SDK Offers APIs

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The main role of Microsoft Corp.'s Mobile Information Server is as a dedicated mail gateway for the company's Exchange mail server, but developers can also use it as infrastructure for their own custom mobile applications.

Geekspeak: July 30, 2001

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Gizmo Lets Your PDA Keep on Running ... and Running ...

Adapting Palm OS to ARM Processors

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Palm Inc. last week announced more steps in its plan to arm all its devices with processors based on the ARM core.

Sign of the Times: Digital Sigs

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Going paperless cuts commercial lender's costs

Fruit Loot: Why Blackberry Is Still Going Strong

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Research In Motion's BlackBerry wireless e-mail device isn't just a faddish executive status symbol - it's an indispensable, money-saving e-business tool, says Jim Balsillie, RIM's co-CEO.

Next Small Thing

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Talk about a bright idea that's long overdue.

Standards Slow Embedded PKI Growth

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As industry struggles to find its niche, Baltimore and Entrust battle over integration specifications

Carriers Decry FCC Decision on Spectrum

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The Federal Communications Commission is defending its decision to give away valuable spectrum to satellite service providers, saying the move was required to fill gaps in rural cell phone service.

Express Checkout

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Retailers hail wireless systems. But which ones should you sell?

Reorg Spawns New Divisions

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Lucent plan combines operations into wireless and wireline units, extends cuts to management

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