Apple, RBOCs fine-tune PDA phone services

McGuire, Mike
June 1993
PC Week;6/14/93, Vol. 10 Issue 23, p37
Trade Publication
Reports on Apple Computer Inc.'s team up with three Regional Bell Operating Companies in an attempt to enter the market for residential and small-business telephone products. Incorporation of Newton-based hardware and software; BellSouth Corp; Ameritech Mobile Communications Inc.; US West Communications Inc; Screen-phone prototype developed with BellSouth; Select BellSouth customers' screen-phone trial.


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