Has Michael seen this article wbt2.comin "Wireless Business and Technology" and care to respond?
posted 13 years ago
well.. for users, i am sure java means games for them. because that is what the operator is pushing for and this is where the money is right now. mobile phones, in its nature, designed for fun and communication. but i don't entirely believe that java app is dead.. but people need to working around the definition of java app. some hard core enterprise people think app always means business app or accessing enterprise data. this is not always the case... you don't want to work the entire life to figure out how to access the inventory database using the little mobile phone, when there are other oppotunity available out there. take it easy ben
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