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Programming mobile handheld devices.

Programming mobile handheld devices
written by Jon Berg <jon.berg|a|turtlemeat.com>


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(last checked Nov 2004) All URLs last checked November 2004.


Programming mobile handheld devices
Sections in the article
Introduction to programming mobile handheld devices
Handling of temporally lack of network
Locating devices
Discovery of Services
Effective use of limited resources
Location-Based Services
User involvement in selection of service with concerns to price and quality



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