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News
Issue #2003 - 06 (February 2003)
(Updated Feb. 20, 2003)

INFRASTRUCTURE, PRODUCTS & SERVICES :
3G News This Week
World's first Bluetooth barcode reader enabled by CSR's BlueCore
Intel Moves into Cellular Phone Processor Space - TTPCom Helps Intel Out with GPS
Orange Makes Mobile Enterprise Push With Flat Prices, Secure Mobile Email
Proxim Introduces 1st. Affordable Enterprise-Class Wireless LAN Solution for Small to Medium Businesses
Verizon Wireless Plans Nextel-like Push-to-talk Service
WiFi News This Week

APPLICATION SOLUTIONS & APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT :
Memorial Health System Relies on ReefEdge to Advance Wireless Patient Care for WLAN Security & Management
Symbol Adds Nurse Call System to VoIP Phone; System Proves Itself At Chicago Hospital
Cab Company Picks Up Wireless POS Across Entire Fleet

TECHNOLOGY :
Here's Broadband in Your Pocket

DEVICES :
Nokia & Motorola Introduce New Phones
Trolltech's Qtopia Included in IBM's Embedded Linux Reference Platform

MARKET OUTLOOK & TRENDS :
Wireless in the Enterprise Looking Up
Europeans Willing To Pay Extra For 3G Services - Report

ACQUISITIONS, MERGERS & AGREEMENTS :
iAnywhere Solutions & NEC to Fuel Growth of Mobile & Remote Solutions in Japan
VC Investments in Wireless

OPINIONS :
Nokia Shows Off Mobile Game System, The N-Gage, in London & Sydney

 

 
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