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Going Native for PDA Apps

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Most corporate handheld applications run on the server, using a design in which server-side code generates client-side interfaces using HTML or Wireless Markup Language.

Biding Time

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Another year, another broadband fixed wireless conference.

Chinese Telecom Buys $1.3 Billion in U.S. Gear

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The $1.3 billion in equipment deals announced last week between China Unicom and four U.S.-based providers of wireless technology are watershed events in opening the world's largest market to foreign exports, the vice president of China's second-largest t

AT&T Wireless Spin-Off Near

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AT&T is moving forward with its controversial plan to break up the company, starting with spinning off its wireless arm on July 9.

Wireless Tools to Make Biz Apps Mobile

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Sonic and Xora recruit handhelds to facilitate e-commerce interactions

Appeals Court: NextWave Keeps Spectrum

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One thing is certain at this point in the five-year legal battle over wireless licenses once won by NextWave Telecom: The federal government isn't going to get the $17 billion that wireless operators recently bid during a reauction of those licenses.

Fixed Wireless Players Face Big Challenges

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Building a broadband wireless network from scratch takes more time and money than short-sighted investors have been willing to provide, and the long-term outlook remains cloudy.

Air Jordan on a Handheld

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PTN Media Inc., of Ann Arbor, Mich., this summer will launch the Michael Jordan signature editions of Palm Inc.'s Palm m100 and m500 handhelds, to be sold online and in retail stores.

eFiles: July 2, 2001

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Expect to see more and more folks working and gaming while on their feet.

Wireless Stars at PC Expo

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The changing face of corporate computing was evident at PC Expo last week, as traditional personal computer exhibitors were pushed into the backseat by makers of handheld and wireless devices.

Direction of Technology Proves Elusive

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As if we didn't have enough worries with cell phones, what with all our concerns over our brains being fried while yakking, driving into bridge abutments while copying the grocery list and being found to be where we shouldn't by internal GPS locators, now

Visual Studio .Net in Mobile Space

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eWeek Labs' first look at code reveals that the biggest feature change in Microsoft Corp.'s Visual Studio .Net Beta 2 release is its support for graphical mobile application development.

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