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Mobile Computing
 The 3-Lib Psion and EPOC Software Directory
 AMUG's Newton Page
 Compinfo Directory: Identity Verification
 Craig Peacock's Windows CE Pages
  A collection of links by the author of "Windows CE Clear and Simple."
 Handheld Software Development
  RoadCoders has links for people interested in developing applications for the Palm III or Windows CE handheld computers
 Links to Hand-Held Computing and PDA Sources (Gary Thayer, PDA Inc)
 Links To Portable Computing Resources (Road Warrior International, Inc)
 Links to Psion Web sites (Mobile Pages)
 Mobile Computing (Intel)
  What you can do with Intel mobile processors
  This site is dedicated to bringing handheld developers together with those seeking custom development of mobile applications
 Mobility Introduction and Glossary (IBM)
  Don't let the rigors of business travel or the joys of telecommuting keep you from answering e-mail, checking price and inventory information on the Web or keeping tabs on the competition. But keep in mind that portability can bring with it compromises, the most important of which is speed: laptop computers and the modems they use typically are slower than their desktop counterparts.
 Motorola - Land Mobile Products Sector
 Newton Reference
 Pen&Mobile; Computing (NICI Handwriting Recognition Group.)
  A collection of links on pen computing, tablets and handwriting recognition (amongst others)
 Psion Links (Psion)
  "In the Mobile Information Society you should be able to access your personal files, data and e-mail from the device at hand - anywhere at anytime. Not only should you be able to read the data, but also change it, and have changes updated on all your appliances. From your mobile device to the networked device, everything should be collected, processed and send on the fly without complications. As an example, e-mail read on your handheld computer should automatically be shown as a read e-mail on your desktop. Therefore, several world leaders in communication and computing have joined forces to make a new synchronization protocol that makes it possible to get ubiquitous access to updated information with any application."
 The ULTIMATE Newton (Rob Bruce )
Wireless Computing
 Nokia WAP Developer Forum
  "Forum Nokia is mainly targeted at third-parties that are developing applications and services for Nokia platforms including Nokia WAP phones, Nokia communicators and the Nokia Card Phone. Currently, especially WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) offers interesting opportunities for developers, operators etc. The aim of the service is to provide developers with the information that is needed in their development work. In addition, information on partner programs and marketing support programs for the developers can be found in Forum Nokia." -- Nothing But Net Devices (
  "AllNetDevices (aND) is the complete source of news and information about handhelds, smart phones, set-top boxes and other devices that connect to the Internet." Coverage includes E-Mail Devices, Handhelds, Two-way Pagers, TV/Set-Top Boxes, Smart Phones, and Other Appliances
 Bluetooth Technology
  Bluetooth is the codename for a technology specification for small form factor, low-cost, short range radio links between mobile PCs, mobile phones and other portable devices. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group is an industry group consisting of leaders in the telecommunications and computing industries that are driving development of the technology and bringing it to market.
 GSM Data Knowledge (Intel Corporation)
  "GSM, which stands for Global System for Mobile Communications, is a digital cellular radio network operating in over 200 countries world-wide. It provides almost complete coverage in western Europe, and growing coverage in the Americas, Asia and elsewhere. Of special interest is the capability of the GSM network to be used for data computing. Most people think of voice calls when they think of cellular phones. But because GSM is digital, you can connect your GSM-enabled phone to your laptop computer and send or receive e-mail, faxes, browse the Internet, securely access your company's LAN/intranet, and use other digital data features including Short Messaging Service. Because it uses radio frequencies, GSM is a wireless platform, in contrast to technologies which require connecting one's laptop modem to a telephone outlet to use the land-based telephone network. This means users of GSM can be fully mobile, and do wireless data computing anywhere, without worrying about adapters, telephone jacks, cables, etc."
 GSM Links (Hannu Valtanen Oy)
  Includes links to GSM Specifications, Documentation, Frequencies, Codes and Terms, Security, Data, etc., as well as links to information on High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD), General Packet Radio Services (GPRS), Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution (EDGE), Universal Mobile Telephone Service (UMTS) and Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)
 GSM SMS - Links (Hannu Valtanen Oy)
 GSM World - The Home of GSM on the Web (GSM Association )
 Motorola - Wireless Resource Center
  This Resource Center is your site for gathering information about wireless data modems.
 OFDM Forum.
  "OFDM, which stands for Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing, is a cornerstone technology for the next generation of high-speed wireless data products and services for both corporate and consumer use."
 Terms and definitions - Wireless Computing (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: 3G, bluetooth, CDMA, CDPD, Fresnel Zone , GPRS, GSM, IMEI, LMDS, local-area wireless network (LAWN), PAN, PCS, Short Message Service, TDMA, UMTS, WAP, wireless modem, XHTML
 WAP - a quick study (Computerworld)
  "The Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) is a set of specifications, developed by the WAP Forum, that lets developers using Wireless Markup Language (WML) build networked applications designed for handheld wireless devices. WAP was designed to work within the constraints of these devices: a limited memory and CPU size; small, monochrome screens; low bandwidth; and erratic connections. WAP is a de facto standard, with support from more than 200 vendors."
 WAP - Links (Hannu Valtanen Oy)
  Includes links to WAP applications, WAP browsers, WAP servers/editors, WAP WBMP
 WAP on the Web (Nokia)
  "Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) provides a universal open standard for bringing Internet content and advanced Value Added Services to mobile phones and other wireless devices. As such, WAP is at the heart of Total Connectivity usage."
 Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Forum Ltd.
  "Digital wireless user agents such as mobile phones have become very popular in recent years. Technically speaking, mobile phones are no longer just phones; they are communication devices capable of running applications and communicating with other devices and applications over a wireless network. The Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) specifies two essential elements of wireless communication: an end-to-end application protocol and an application environment based on a browser. The application protocol is a layered communication protocol that is embedded in each WAP-enabled user agent. The network side includes a server component implementing the other end of the protocol that is capable of communicating with any WAP user agents." (Nokia)
 Wireless Data Resources (Palo Pacific Technology)
  This site provides extensive resources on Bluetooth, WAP (Wireless Application Protocol), GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) and Wireless Networking


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