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MÖBIUS 2002: Discussion about Mobile Internet
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 11.03.02 - 15:32:00 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 4686x
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We had some interesting discussions this morning about the Mobile Internet and its way. So what is the Mobile Internet for you, is it full blown HTML on a Pocket PC or even Smartphone or is it also W@P or even SMS? Is it about the technology Internet with its standards like Web/HTTP or Instant Messaging or is it at least about information you need if you are mobile? Tell me your thoughts about it.

The second topic we talked about was the success of Wi-Fi vs. Bluetooth. What do you think which technology will survive or even will survive both because they are targeting different cases? Tel me your thoughts too that I can take your thoughts to discuss it here.l

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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Posted by mr on 11.03.02 - 00:00:00

arne,
ask MS if they plan to support WAP V2.0!
And I bet they won't, but I am interested how they argue ;-)
Maybe they gonna have WAP Gateways as well (haha).

mr;-)

Posted by Anonymous on 11.03.02 - 00:00:00

Tell them to fix the ppc 2002 as a #1 priority !
I have had Casio E-200 two and half months and now Compaq 3870 two weeks. The reliability and quality is on unaccepptable level and is a BIG disimprovement from ppc 2000 (which I had one and half years). I think these products can be only used by people like us who are willing to spend hours extra to keep the device operational. For ordinary (=mass audience)people this is a nightmare.

Posted by Jeff McKean on 12.03.02 - 00:00:00

Arne, I think BT and 802.11 are complementary (or at least non-competitive) technologies. The problem was that Bluetooth was positioned as both a cable replacement and as a local area networking technology but it is better as a cable replacement. 802.11b/a/(hopefully 'g' soon) has taken the WLAN market.

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