Holland, Roberta
March 2001
eWeek;03/05/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p29
Features the wireless version of Macromedia Inc.'s Flash Player software for Microsoft Corp.'s Pocket PC platform. Compatibility of the software to Internet devices such as 3Com Corp.'s Audrey and Microsoft's WebTV; Limitations of the software.


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