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    I have been analyzing wireless communications for 31 years. I am president of Wireless Internet & Mobile Computing, a pioneering consulting firm that helps create new and enhance existing wireless data businesses in the United States and abroad.

    I write a weekly column for www.InternetEvolution.com about the wireless and wired Internet as well as writing a mobile blog and producing videos.

    Previously, I created the world's first wireless data newsletter, wireless data conference, cellular conference and FM radio subcarrier newsletter. I was instrumental in creating and developing the world's first cellular magazine.

    I also helped create and run the first association in the U.S. for the paging and mobile telephone industries.

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    capacitive switch

    yay what nifty idea, its much simpler this way rather than manually typing the url. great software.

    shashank
    akb

    This looks really cool and I especially appreciate the sentiment about controlling the middleware, however I'm not sure its the best approach. UPC is on billions of products and will be around for decades no matter what tech developments take place, its worth supporting. I think it would be more valuable to make software that recognizes standard UPC barcodes along with standards to connect to an arbitrary webservice. That way one could do a price comparison on Froogle and Amazon and maybe a review on Consumer Reports, etc.

    Barcr (http://barcr-reader.sourceforge.net/) has an early release of a code that recognizes UPC barcodes for series 60 phones.

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