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Adobe has announced the public beta availability of Acrobat Reader for Symbian OS, a software application that is designed to provide mobile professionals and others the flexibility to view Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files on data-enabled mobile phones.

Posted Dec 10, 2002

Voxline, Inc. and AP Digital have announced that a complete wireless content and delivery service, WebTap, is now furnishing customized, U.S. and world AP news alerts via Short Message Service (SMS) to mobile service providers worldwide as an enhanced data offering for their end-users.

Posted Nov 22, 2002

BusinessWeek Online and SmartServ Online, Inc. have signed an agreement for SmartServ to develop, host, and distribute a BusinessWeek Online Daily Briefing on a variety of wireless platforms.

Posted Nov 15, 2002

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has awarded AirClic Inc. a patent for the certain core systems and processes comprising AirClic's Mobile Information Platform (MIP).

Posted Nov 08, 2002

TELUS Mobility, a Canadian wireless telecommunications company, and SmartServ Online, Inc., have announced the launch of Forbes.com Wireless Powered by SmartServ.

Posted Nov 05, 2002

Freedom Scientific Inc. and Microsoft Corp. have announced the availability of the PAC Mate by Freedom Scientific, a personal data assistant for people who are blind.

Posted Nov 01, 2002

Stellent, Inc., a provider of content management solutions, has announced that Palm Inc. has embedded its Outside In Wireless Export technology in the new Tungsten Mobile Information Management (MIM) Solution.

Posted Oct 18, 2002

SmartServ Online, Inc., has announced that it has signed a service agreement with U.S. Cellular to offer customers participating in U.S. Cellular's BREW trial, access to Forbes.com Wireless.

Posted Oct 18, 2002

Intel Corporation has announced the creation of the Innovation Alliance.

Posted Oct 15, 2002

Posted Aug 01, 2002

Posted Jun 01, 2002

Audio content—specifically, downloadable audio and dial-up voice browser applications--offers the promise of Web-based services from any smartphone or voice-enabled PDA. The dream of accessing the Web anytime, anywhere may actually soon be a reality.

Posted Jul 01, 2001

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