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Editorial Index

From Publisher and Managing Editor's Desk... 

For 2003

> Sep 3rd, 2003 - Wireless Carriers Find the Enterprise Ready Ahead of Consumers? 

> July 3rd, 2003 - Forrester says Bluetooth Will Be Pervasive - In What Context, we Ask? 

> March 20, 2003 - Cisco's Acquisition of Linksys

For 2002

> November 18, 2002 - Dell Enters Handheld Device Market with AXIM

> October 18, 2002 - Palm Announces Tungsten - PDA for the Enterprise 

> October 14, 2002 - An opinion - Dichotomy in Wireless Voice and Wireless Data Pricing on GSM/GPRS and 1xRTT networks

> April 9, 2002 - An opinion - It appears to us that the carriers and operators have not come to grips with a realistic pricing formula for GPRS or 3G applications.

> March 18, 2001 - What Can we Learn From CeBIT in Europe and CTIA Wireless Show in Florida, USA? 

For 2001

> November 27, 2001  Fall Comdex as a Showcase for Mobile/Wireless Technology Trends and Technology

> September , 2001 Continuously Evolving Landscape in IT - Where is Wireless/Mobile Computing Going?

> September 28, 2001 Continuously Evolving Landscape in IT - Where is Wireless/Mobile Computing Going - including reflections on HP/Compaq merger?

> August 29, 2001 - Battery Power - Often Neglected But Serious Problem - Do You Agree ?

> August 15 & 23 , 2001 - Wireless LAN/WAN Integration - View from the Wireless Infrastructure Suppliers and Impact of Security Flaws in Wireless LANs. 

> Aug 4 and 5, 2001 Should the Telecom Industry Rethink Architecture of its Wireless Networks? Does a Hybrid Network Consisting of Wireless LANs and Wireless Wide Area Networks Make Sense? 

> July 25, 2001 Would 2.5G GPRS Wireless Networks suffice for Today? 

> July 18, 2001 Wireless Advertising Vendors and Industry Associations Need to Do Some Serious Thinking in Order to Avoid Being Derailed Before They Start 

> June 12, 2001 - JavaOne Conference (held in San Francisco June4-6) Establishes Java As Preferred Application Development Environment

> May 23, 200 - Mobile computing and wireless Internet continue to occupy the mindset of business journalists and IT professionals. After all, dot.com businesses have had their day and rest of IT is uninteresting. So what is new about wireless?

> May 9, 2001 - With ongoing debate on 3G spectrum allocation, lack of predominant network standards and lower subscriber base, will North America lose its technology leadership to Europe and Japan during the next decade? 

> April 26, 2001 - Nokia, Motorola and Ericsson Announced Wireless Village Initiative on April 26, 2001.  What does it mean and what still needs to be done in the standards area?

> April 17, 2001 - Should IT professionals postpone wireless projects under current economic climate?

> April 9, 2001 - Do initiatives like BREW, J2ME and MicroChaiVM Signal Something About Software Development Environment For Wireless Applications? 

> March 26, 2001 - What Did CTIA in Las Vegas, GSM Congress in Paris, France and CeBit in Hanover, Germany Tell Us?

> March 14, 2001 - Bad News from Nortel, Cisco, Motorola - What does it say?

> Feb 28, 2001 -  Commentary on PALM's CEO's Comments - We Do Not Need 3G?

> Feb 21, 2001 - Industry Forecasts 

Chander Dhawan - Your Site's Principal Consultant & Publisher

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