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 First Bluetooth SDK Now Available (11 Apr 2000; Computer Currents)
 Majority of handhelds may be given away (10 Apr 2000;
 Bluetooth Gear Could Take Years, Say Experts (7 Apr 2000; Techweb)
 Old Net giants overshadowing wireless hopefuls (6 Apr 2000;
 Cellular Radiation Report Furthers Controversy (5 Apr 2000; Computer Currents)
 IBM software delivers content to Web devices (31 Mar 2000; Computerworld)
 Psion signs with Opera Software and offers complete on-line security (31 Mar 2000; Company Press Release)
 Oracle to add voice to mobile Web portal (29 Mar 2000;
 MasterCard, 724 Solutions to ensure secure wireless transactions (27 Mar 2000; Computerworld)
 ThinkPads to get 'Bluetooth' bite (23 Mar 2000; Computerworld)
 PenOp Announces Ceremony", a Unified Method for Signing, Authenticating and Auditing Any eBusiness Transaction (20 Mar 2000; Company Press Release)
 Microsoft backs high-speed frequency wireless standard (15 Mar 2000; Computerworld)
 Iridium satellites may go down in flames (15 Mar 2000;
 Wireless high-speed, last-mile technology unveiled (13 Mar 2000; InfoWorld)
 IBM taking wireless higher into the Websphere (10 Mar 2000; InfoWorld)
 Wireless Application Protocol draws criticism (10 Mar 2000; InfoWorld)
 Bluetooth For Heart Patients (9 Mar 2000; Computer Currents)
 Pocket PC versions of Word, Excel in the works (8 Mar 2000; Computerworld)
 IBM demos voice apps for Palms (8 Mar 2000; Computerworld)
 Lucent phone browser competing with start-ups  (6 Mar 2000;
 Telia quadruples speed of GSM mobile data transfer rates (6 Mar 2000; InfoWorld)
 Wireless World Spawns New Data Device Breed (6 Mar 2000; Techweb)
 Cell phones: Voice-access the Web (6 Mar 2000; ZDNet)
 New website launched for locating handheld application developers for custom projects (1 Mar 2000; Company Press Release)
 Vendors detail wireless alliances (1 Mar 2000; InfoWorld)
 Microsoft Launches MSN Mobile 2.0 (29 Feb 2000; Techweb)
 Wireless News Blankets the Wires (29 Feb 2000; The Industry Standard)
 Home Wireless Networks On Collision Course (29 Feb 2000; Techweb)
 Wireless 2000 kicks off (28 Feb 2000; Computerworld)
 Siebel's CRM Software To Support Wireless (25 Feb 2000; Techweb)
 WebPAD Devices Unveiled (25 Feb 2000; Computer Currents)
 Nokia Unveils New Products (25 Feb 2000; Computer Currents)
 Increase In Wireless Portals (25 Feb 2000; Computer Currents)
 Palm to unveil wireless handhelds in Europe (25 Feb 2000;
 Amazon offers U.K. services over cell phones (23 Feb 2000;
 How Your Cell Phone Will Rule Your Life (And How to Get Ahead of the Trend) (23 Feb 2000; ZDNet)
 3Com, Extended Systems Plan Bluetooth Device (23 Feb 2000; Techweb)
 Oracle launches wireless Web unit (23 Feb 2000; Computerworld)
 Bumpy Road Ahead for M-Commerce (21 Feb 2000; Inter@ctive Week )
 Group offers glimpse of upcoming wireless tech (15 Feb 2000;
 Cell Phone Side Effects Tested  (11 Feb 2000; Wired)
 Alcohol May Fuel Mobile Phones (9 Feb 2000; Techweb)
 Surf Your Phone (9 Feb 2000; The Industry Standard)
 Web-Compliant Mobile Phone from Benefon (8 Feb 2000; Computer Currents)
 Lernout adds Linux, voice software to handheld (8 Feb 2000;
 Mobile Professionals Stay Connected In Office, On Road With Unitech's Digital Speakerphone System (7 Feb 2000; Internet Wire)
 New Faces Will Appear At Upcoming 700-Mhz Spectrum Auctions; Wireless Landscape Will Change, Andrew Seybold Predicts (2 Feb 2000; Internet Wire)
 Motorola Offers Scaleable GSM/TDMA Platform To World's Wireless Manufacturers (2 Feb 2000; Internet Wire)
 Mobile world readies for IP-based future (2 Feb 2000; InfoWorld)
 Qualcomm, Ericsson agree on wireless standard  (2 Feb 2000; Announces Version 4.1 of Its WAP Microbrowser for Wireless Phones With Full 128 Bit Encryption (1 Feb 2000; Company Press Release)
 Sun-Netscape Alliance goes wireless (1 Feb 2000; Computerworld)
 Cell Phones Link Into Corporate Database Apps (1 Feb 2000; Techweb)
 Bell Atlantic, GTE, Alltel to swap wireless interests (1 Feb 2000; Computerworld)
 Lucent plans wireless Net apps (1 Feb 2000; Computerworld)
 Psion, Motorola plan mobile devices for Net (31 Jan 2000;
 TI's chief executive says PC era fading (31 Jan 2000;
 Aether To Develop Wireless Bill-Payment (28 Jan 2000; Techweb)
 Bluetooth Gets Java-Enabled (28 Jan 2000; Techweb)
 BEA, Nokia team up for wireless e-commerce (27 Jan 2000; InfoWorld)
 Intel, IBM Bring Computing Into The Car (25 Jan 2000; Techweb)
 Bluetooth must chew through pricing, tech constraints (21 Jan 2000;
 Wireless Web whirlwind (21 Jan 2000; InfoWorld)
 ComNet To Feature Heaps Of New Wireless Products (19 Jan 2000; Techweb)
 Wireless point of sale systems hailed (19 Jan 2000; InfoWorld)
 Lotus goes mobile at confab (18 Jan 2000;
 Motorola, VeriSign to work on secure wireless transactions (18 Jan 2000; Computerworld)
 Microsoft Looks Left Out of Mobile Frenzy (11 Jan 2000; Upside News)
 Finland: Where the Wireless Are (7 Jan 2000; The Industry Standard)
  The Wireless Monster  (3 Jan 2000; The Industry Standard)
 Simplifying Web surfing  (28 Dec 1999;
 Ericsson, Microsoft create company (8 Dec 1999;
 German Firm Offers Wireless Access to Corporate Info (6 Dec 1999; The Industry Standard)
 Motorola demos 64K wireless network (2 Dec 1999; Computerworld)
 Bluetooth has new friends (1 Dec 1999;
 TRG software eases rollout for Palm apps (30 Nov 1999; Computerworld)
 Open Group to certify devices using Web wireless standard (24 Nov 1999; Computerworld)
  InfoCreator AB In Sweden Release A New Free Tool To Publish Information To WAP Phones (23 Nov 1999; Internet Wire)
 Encrypted device secures wireless calls (15 Nov 1999; InfoWorld)
 Apps, hardware to make text entry on mobiles easier (15 Nov 1999; InfoWorld)
 OnStar And General Magic Sign Agreement To Provide Voice Enabled Services In Vehicles (11 Nov 1999; Internet Wire)
 Nokia: First To Market With Corporate WAP Server (10 Nov 1999; Internet Wire)
 Wireless users may hit a speed bump (1 Nov 1999; InfoWorld)
 IBM, Nokia join forces to advance speech-recognition apps (28 Oct 1999; InfoWorld)
 Siemens debuts combination pocket-sized Internet device (25 Oct 1999; Infoworld)
 Cisco looks to tap wireless Net market (25 Oct 1999;
 PenOp Ships Pocketsign Software (15 Oct 1999; Internet Wire)
 AOL, Motorola team for wireless instant messaging (14 Oct 1999;
 Nokia and Palm come together (13 Oct 1999;
 Siebel Unveils Mobile Apps For Handhelds (5 Oct 1999; Techweb)
 Battle of the handhelds heats up (4 Oct 1999;
 LapLink 2000 Ships, Company Renamed (28 Sep 1999; Techweb)
 Ericsson breaks out smallest Web-able cellphone (22 Sep 1999;
 Proxim's PenCentra pen tablet gets wireless access (21 Sep 1999; Computerworld)
 Qualcomm looks to shed handset business (16 Sep 1999;
 AT&T;, British Telecom team on mobile services (16 Sep 1999;
 Microsoft plans mobile messenger software (15 Sep 1999; Computerworld)
 Mobile to mainframe (7 Sep 1999; Computerworld)
 Nokia Redefines Digital TV As Mobile Device (2 Sep 1999; TechWeb)
 InfoCreator AB Presents New Software To Publish Information To WAP (Wireless Application Protoco) Phones (31 Aug 1999; Internet Wire)
 Group pushes for high-speed wireless standard (23 Aug 1999; Wired)
 IBM Will Distribute DB2 Everywhere For Free (20 Aug 1999; TechWeb)
 Microsoft teams up with Japanese companies to offer wireless Internet service (11 Aug 1999; Journal Sentinel Online)
 Deutsche Telekom Eyes Wireless Internet (9 Aug 1999; TechWeb)
 PenOp Software Turns Handheld Organizers into OnLine Signing Devices (9 Aug 1999; Company Press Release)
 3Com Readies Palm platform for smart phones (5 Aug 1999; Computerworld)
 Instant messages going wireless (5 Aug 1999; Computerworld)
 Microsoft buys mobile-access software firm (22 Jul 1999; Computerworld)
 CA, 3Com unveil wireless app infrastructure (21 Jul 1999; Computerworld)
 3Com eyes new wireless standard for Palm (19 Jul 1999; Computerworld)
 3Com and NTT to develop Palm wireless services (17 Jun 1999; Computerworld)
 Industry launches wireless IP group (11 Jun 1999; Computerworld)
 Motorola and Sun in 10-year wireless pact (10 Jun 1999; Computerworld)
 Cisco and Motorola to buy Bosch wireless unit (8 Jun 1999; Computerworld)
 Wireless To Take Great Leap Forward (4 Jun 1999; TechWeb)
 Fidelity Investments unveils technology plans (Computerworld)
 AMD to ship mobile K6-III (Computerworld)
 IBM unveils wireless networking for mobile devices (Computerworld)
 Three partners launch $3.6B wireless broadband venture (Computerworld)


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