Microsoft Still Believes In Telematics

Smith, Brad
June 2002
Wireless Week;6/24/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 25, p18
Trade Publication
Discusses the emergence of a broader form of telematics based on mobile computing in June 2002. Automotive device manufacturers which used the Windows CE software of Microsoft Corp.; Features of Joyride, a hardware and software system used in automobiles; Capabilities of bluetooth technology and 802.11 wireless local area network technologies.


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