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eFiles: February 26, 2001

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Just 7 percent of u.s. adults say they or someone in their households use Internet services accessed via a mobile phone

HP Tries to Connect With Wireless Devices

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Carving itself a more obvious niche in the wireless space, Hewlett-Packard Co. has launched a business organization focused on handheld devices

Marketers Targeting Mobile Buyers

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Plain-text promotional messages are transmitted to opt-in recipients

Microsoft Wireless OS On New Path

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Late to the smart-phone operating system game and eager to make up ground in the United States

New Age Librarian

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Images ... Sound ... Text ... Video. How can your customers manage all of that data? Welcome to the Dewey Decimal System of the future.

A Bestseller in My Book

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The institute of electrical and Electronics Engineers released the seventh edition of the "Authoritative Dictionary of IEEE Standards Terms"

Why Pen and Paper Is Still the Pervasive PDA

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Thinque, others realize rigid applications aren't timesavers, because mobile users need flexibility

Fast Facts Matrix: February 12, 2001

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Google last week announced that it acquired Deja.com's Usenet discussion service, an archive of 500 million messages that dates back to 1995.

The Buzz: February 19, 2001

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Those interested in the ongoing battle between Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Justice can get an earful later this month.

Geekspeak: February 19, 2001

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Half a Keyboard'S Better Than Nothing

Dialing Up Palm OS

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Kyocera, Handspring Handhelds Offer Different Strengths

Grip on Security Weakens

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Symantec addresses wireless security vulnerabilities with AntiVirus for Palm Os application

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