Create user-friendly wireless data services

Patel, Amar
June 2004
Portable Design;Jun2004, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p30
Probes into recommendations for wireless-network operators in order to generate their return-on-investment. Problems of the wireless network operators regarding developments of technologies; Limitations of the browser model when deployed on limited-capability handsets; trends of the user-friendly wireless data devices; capabilities of the Operating System/device specific integration. INSET: JAVA: write once, test everywhere.


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