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News
Issue #2001 - 14 (Apr. 2001)
(Updated April 4, 2001)

PRODUCTS, SERVICES &  APPLICATIONS :
> BlackBerry Enterprise Server Provides Always on Wireless E-mail and Calendar
> Motorola Partners with AGENCY.COM to deliver M-Solution to Insurance Professionals
> Office Depot Rolls Out Wireless Mobile Logistics System
> Pumatech Offers New ASP
> Qpass Unveils Hands-Free Purchasing
> Sabre Partners with BlueTags to Deliver eBaggage Tracking Solution
> Dictation Recording Functions for Physicians via Handheld Devices
> Virgin Atlantic Airways Launches In-Flight Internet Access

DEVICES :
> Ericsson Unveils Range of New Phones at CeBIT
> VeriFone Introduces New Omni 3600 Wireless Terminal

TECHNOLOGY :
> Broadcom Introduces Bluetooth Radio Chip Designed for Mobile Phones
> Motorola, Ericsson, and Siemens to Develop New Gaming Standard
> Symbian and IBM Deliver Wireless Enterprise Solution
> Symbian Moves Forward with Platform
> Microsoft’s New Wireless OS to Support Wireless Security

MARKET OUTLOOK :
> Slower Growth Predicted for Mobile Phone Sales, say analysts
> Mobile Carriers Could Do Better, says user survey

ACQUISITIONS, MERGERS & AGREEMENTS :
> NetMorf : A Causality of Economic Downturn
> Palm Acquires peanutpress.com to Expands into eBook Content
> SingTel Wins Optus for $8.3-Billion

 

 

 
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