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Is Palm in the Wrong Hands?

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Palm Inc. will step into the PC Expo spotlight this week in the worst shape in its history.

Wireless CRM Yet to Kick In

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A great idea-but so far, it's little else.

Fast Breaks Newsfront: June 25, 2001

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House Majority Leader Dick Armey, R-Texas, wants a short-term ban on electronic commerce sales taxes, but negotiations in the Senate over a compromise bill have faltered.

Keep Your Eyes on the Atoms

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IBM's Almaden Research Center (www.almaden.ibm.com) celebrated its 15th anniversary this month, holding briefings that included key topics in nanotechnology-which I'll define as any process that manipulates atoms as individual objects.

RIM Adds ERP Juice to BlackBerry Device

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Research in Motion Ltd., a leader in the handheld wireless e-mail arena, is looking to extend its lead through additional application developer partnerships and a new single-mailbox patent.

Geekspeak: June 18, 2001

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How sweet it could be

Wireless Giants Go for Sharing

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A group of powerful wireless companies plans to standardize the look of millions of mobile phones in an effort to spur the creation of Internet applications.

Voice and Data Go on the Air

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U.S. carriers are mulling fixed wireless networks for a variety of services

Is Bluetooth a Candidate for Adoption?

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Wireless technology's advancement is hampered by carriers' wariness

Winner Take All

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The battle is over and the global system for mobile communication has won the wireless standards war.

Making a PDA More Than a Paperweight

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I've given Palm a hard time for dragging its feet about folding new hardware advances into its devices-the latest handhelds from Palm closely resemble its very first devices, and I seldom buy its defense that "the market isn't ready for [in

Global Mobile Titans Rise

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Deutsche Telekom clinched a big win in the race toward building a powerful global mobile empire with the close of its acquisitions of VoiceStream Wireless and Powertel for a total of roughly $30 billion.

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