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Mobile Platforms A-Go-Go

How is it that a decade after cell phones have come into widespread use, mobile business apps still aren't ready for prime time, unless enterprise IT hands out the exact same handset to every employee? In our Oct. 1 issue, we look into mobile application development and the upcoming platforms that enable it.

RDN is looking for your input. We'd like to interview developers and dev managers who have migrated their applications to smartphones and PDAs, or who are evaluating platforms for doing so. If you're interested, please contact our senior writer, Thomas Caywood, at [email protected].

Posted by Michael Desmond on 09/05/2007 at 1:15 PM

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