News Roundup: GSM World 2001 in Cannes

Summary:ZDNet brings you the latest news from Cannes on the future of mobile technology. How will you be working and communicating next year?

Companies like Palm, Ericsson and HP all used GSM World 2001 to unveil their latest hot products while mobile bigwigs used the Congress as an opportunity to debate what the next generation of mobile phones and PDAs will mean to consumers and to the market. Read it all here: NEWS:
Symbian chief blasts Microsoft
Thu, 22 Feb Wireless era will force Microsoft to come around to an open standards world, Symbian predicts IBM and Webraska push location services
Thu, 22 Feb Wireless era will force Microsoft to come around to an open standards world, Symbian predicts Palm-based phone to hit Europe this summer
Thu, 22 Feb Palm licensee Handspring plays catch-up with Microsoft and Symbian PDA/phone developers HP to merge handheld with mobile phone
Wed, 21 Feb New Jornada handheld to double as a mobile Mobile giants battle for next generation
Wed, 21 Feb Platform developers hedge their bets with wide range of smartphone formats Ericsson recruits Lara Croft
Wed, 21 Feb Mobile phones in Lara Croft film to boost Ericsson handset popularity Germany tipped to trigger next telecoms shakeout
Wed, 21 Feb International rivals get ready to battle it out over German 3G market GSM World Forum: Wireless future discussed
Mon, 19 Feb With GPRS, 3G and Bluetooth all getting tongues wagging, will the future of wireless be sunny or glum? Take me to the Mobile Technology Special Have your say instantly, and see what others have said. Click on the TalkBack button and go to the ZDNet News forum. Let the editors know what you think in the Mailroom. And read what others have said.

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