July 2002
Wireless Week;7/22/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 29, p8
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs related to telecommunication as of July 2002. Irrelevance of the proposal of Michael Copps regarding the monitoring of financial condition of telecommunication companies; Launch of a mobile phone test suite by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute; Introduction of iSync, a downloadable software which can synchronize address books, from Apple.


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