Kirschner, Suzanne Kantra
October 2000
Popular Science;Oct2000, Vol. 257 Issue 4, p26
Offers a look at the emergence of several handheld computers and cellular phones for reading e-mail and Internet access. PocketNet service of AT&T Corp.; Drawbacks of mobile phones; Providers of online information for wireless devices.


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