At the JavaOne conference in San Francisco, CNET's Brian Cooley observes how Java enables cell phones to offer improved productivity and entertainment applications.
By ZDNet Staff
| June 11, 2003 -- 20:37 GMT (13:37 PDT)
| Topic: Open Source
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