New Software Applications Brewing at Developers' Gathering

Graves, Brad
June 2006
San Diego Business Journal;6/12/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 24, p16
The article reports that the BREW applications and services have earned software publishers and developers more than $700 million sales. The Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless or BREW is a software develop by Qualcomm Inc., a San Diego-based company, allows mobile users wirelessly load applications to their handsets it might be games, sports update or aids in business.


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