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Tablet PCs Stirring Minimal Interest

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High cost and notebook inertia stand in the way of widespread deployment of Microsoft devices.

Blimps With a Purpose

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Vendor floats wireless network

Earthlink, Sprint Still Well-Connected

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As EarthLink launches a new wireless partnership this week, the nation's second biggest Internet service provider is testing its newfound freedom.

An Add-On Strikes a Happy Medium

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AppForge's VB tool mobilizes apps minus C++

The Buzz: April 9, 2001

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E-mail is one of the reasons that has the U.S. Postal Service considering cutting back to a five-day delivery service, eliminating Saturdays from its appointed rounds.

Wireless Providers Seek Balance

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Wireless service providers are in a quandary: They need to continue lowering prices to draw new customers, but dropping prices too low could spiral their industry into operating like a commodity business.

Finally, Respect

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It wasn't so long ago that information technology managers were slamming the door on employees asking for mobile access to corporate-based information.

Wireless Nets Future Under a Cloud

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Despite uncertainties, companies continue to roll out products, services

Very Fine Powerbook Design

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Apple's titanium-clad laptop will turn heads; 500MHz machine also outruns 600MHz Pentium III

OmniSky Extends Net Service to HP, Compaq

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A year ago, Omnisky Corp. launched its wireless Internet and e-mail service for Palm Inc.?s Palm V handheld, and the service has become one of Palm?s strongest selling points

Fast Facts Infrastructure: April 2, 2001

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When AT&T Wireless becomes independent, four members of the parent company's board are expected to depart.

Lotus, Motorola Make Wireless Pushes

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Lotus Development Corp. and Motorola Inc. have unveiled separate initiatives to make gaining access to personal information management and business applications on wireless devices easier

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