Bringing the Wireless Internet to Market
- It's The Applications, Stupid. Dziatkiewicz, Mark // Wireless Week;12/18/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 50, p31
Focuses on the marketing efforts for Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) phones. Information on the CMP-3 phone with built-in MP3 player unveiled by Audiovox; Phone models with WAP browsers distributed by Nokia in Europe; Details on the WAP phones offered by Ericsson.
- Agencies eye potential in wireless apps. Gilbert, Jennifer // Advertising Age;3/6/2000, Vol. 71 Issue 10, special section pS46
Focuses on United States advertising agencies which are developing applications to help marketers transition their interactive advertising from personal computers to wireless devices. Details of the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Forum, an industry organization which is developing global...
- Does Retail Still Rule? Swartz, Nikki // Wireless Review;07/01/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 13, p54
Deals with the changes in the retail aspect of wireless phone purchases. Options available for purchasing mobile or wireless phones; Forecast on the percentage of retail activation of wireless phones from online sources by 2003; Internet advertising activities of wireless service providers; How...
- The mobile revolution. Shainblum, Mark // Quill & Quire;Nov2000, Vol. 66 Issue 11, p24
Describes wireless application protocol as an extension of existing Internet in the realm of wireless phones, pagers and mobile devices. Efforts of Canadian wireless carriers in providing Web enabled cellular phones and pagers; Features of m-portals; Shift in the political and economic...
- Why accept pieces? Farber, Alex // New Media Age;6/21/2007, p25
The article talks about the popularity of mobile Internet. It is inferred that Nokia has launched a handset, which promises to deliver Web sites to mobile telephones just as they appear online, while Vodafone has begun its campaign that shows consumers how to view their favourite Web sites on...
- KPN, Nokia demonstrate WIM. // RCR;02/28/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p62
Reports the demonstration of the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) 1.2 and WAP Identity Module (WIM) application in mobile electronic commerce by Nokia Oy and KPN Telecom in Espoo, Finland. Use of Visa card and Secure Electronic Transaction in conducting mobile payments; Inclusion of WIM in...
- Nokia unveils corporate WAP server. // RCR;02/28/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p81
Introduces Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) 1.1 server for enterprise customers and mobile Internet service from Nokia Corp. in Helsinki, Finland. Provision of access to business-specific applications such as electronic mails, directories and contact lists; Added security function systems;...
- NetSanity platform manages delivery of Internet data. Bruno, Antony // RCR;04/24/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 17, p26
Reports on the integration of high technology firm NetSanity Inc.'s data management platform called SmartBar into telecommunication firm Nokia Corp.'s Wireless Application Protocol Technology. Features and functions of SmartBar; Trials conducted by NetSanity and Nokia to integrate the technologies.
- Selling Wireless Data: It Ain't Easy. Swartz, Nikki // Wireless Review;11/01/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 21, p66
Compares the difference between selling wireless-data services and wireless Internet services. Problems encountered with Wireless Application Protocol; How to sell wireless data to businesses; Issues that must be addressed by corporate salespeople.