Java makes inroads into wireless space

Omatseye, Sam
March 2001
RCR Wireless News;3/19/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p76
Trade Publication
Reports on the use of Java technology in wireless communications systems in the United States. Vendors of the product; Carriers engaged with Java proprietor Sun Microsystems Inc; Main target of the telephones employing Java technology.


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