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Re: RE: (091)xml-dev(093) What happened to WAP

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  • Subject: Re: RE: (091)xml-dev(093) What happened to WAP
  • From: Pete Kirkham <pete.kirkham@b...>
  • Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2002 10:19:08 +0000

Re: RE: (091)xml-dev(093) What happened to WAP
In terms of killer apps, there are companies such as BT who claim success in using 
WAP as the medium for agent based systems to manage the deployment of their field 
engineers.

But for a personal user, nothing.

Pete



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