Best Of The Web - May 2009

— April 30, 2009

Gartner Reveals Eight Mobile Technologies To Watch
What will have the most impact: Bluetooth 3.0, mobile user interfaces, location sensing, 802.11n, display technologies, mobile web & widgets, cellular broadband, or near field communication? www.mobileenterprisemag.com/eight

The Next Big Thing
It's many things, actually, according to the Mobile Enterprise Editorial Advisory Board. Including: location aware services, unified communications, and mobile communities. www.mobileenterprisemag.com/big

Mobility Flop-Watch: Views On The Weakest Prospects
The Mobile Enterprise Board weighs in on their favorite punching bags, including Palm WebOS, mobile WiMAX, and mobile CRM. www.mobileenterprisemag.com/flop

CES Highlights: Palm Pre, Skype For Mobile, LG Watch Phone
Mobility: it's not just for consumers anymore. Enterprise implications are everywhere at annual gadget-fest. www.mobileenterprisemag.com/CES09

Know The Law: Texting While Driving Is Now Illegal In California
What are the rules in your state? Edmunds.com makes it easy
to search out cellphone laws by state. www.mobileenterprisemag.com/txtlaw

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